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    FLU419 Front loader

    My advice... screw the pressure relief in until you can lift the front off the ground. I've been using mine like that for three years. Also get rid of those check valves mentioned, totally counterproductive. Sometimes I have to back off the controls when I get belt squeal on the pump, but...
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    FLU419 SEE HMMH HME Owners group

    Also on searching; If you type the search term then "" (which is this thread url, results from the relevant pages will show up. Works pretty well just from your normal address bar. I use DuckDuckgo but the syntax is...
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    Where to find a dozer blade?

    One word of caution. The geometry of the schmidt loader is such that pushing things with it collapses the lift rams and lifts the front of the SEE. Doesn't work super great unless the stuff you're pushing is snow.
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    Broken Belt Replacement

    I have replaced all those belts without doing anything but taking off the skid plate. Just go over the fan and loosen the alt tension.
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    Location of certain FLU 419 electrical components

    warning light sending unit is located on the side of the heater / blower in my SEE. Switch is the big red button, relay... no idea.
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    419 front hyd pump fitting needed

    If memory servs it's a smallish code 61. Any hydro shop should have or be able to get it. Get the hose off (or cut both end fittings off), get some calipers and start measuring. Gates has an ok web interface, there's probably a good shop within a phone call distance that could walk you...
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    FLU419 Miles and Hours question

    Yes, this!
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    FLU419 SEE HMMH HME Owners group

    Also AW32. Haven't bothered to change the "power steering" from engine oil.
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    BFR's Floozy

    Shouldn't it be FLUsee?
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    Using my SEE for real work

    Have fun getting it installed. I wanna see a play by play of that for sure. Nice score.
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    FLU419 SEE HMMH HME Owners group

    That's a fresh colour for me. KInda like it, despite the similarity to the UN colours.
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    FLU419 SEE HMMH HME Owners group

    remove injector to determine compression stroke. remove valve cover and watch valves.
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    Using my SEE for real work

    ok, this is timely. I was going to start going through "the" thread and look for photos of your conversion (or others) to help me answer a few questions for mine, but since we're on the topic.... Did you post any photos? And if so, about when? I have a vague memory of seeing some, somewhere.
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    FLU SEE / HMMH hybridization?

    or visa versa. If you give me your forklift attachment I'll give you my loader.... maybe.
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    FLU419 SEE HMMH HME Owners group

    I’ve been looking at quick attach mounts for my SEE and I find various load ratings but none that I’m stoked on. I don’t remember if that topic has come up before ( search skills not up to it ). Anyone using a mount they are happy actually using?
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    Using my SEE for real work

    nice. I guess I could use 3/8 for the pressure and 1/2 for the return given that it's not a dual acting circuit, and that might gain some spool space..... BUT, doesn't seem worth it. Extensions a la FLU Farm = more easier.
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    Using my SEE for real work

    I can make my own hydraulic hoses, so i just cut off the bad sections and crimped on new fittings. I did briefly contemplate replacing all the 1/2” hose with 3/8”. New hose and about 50% more of it. I doubt the reduction in flow would hurt much though I didn’t do the math.
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    Using my SEE for real work

    Sorry for no pictures, but recently used the HD 45 rock drill for 60 1“ x 18“ holes in pre-existing concrete. Worked awesome right up until the end when the old hoses sprang a leak near the quick disconnect fittings. All fixed now, no big deal but a little messy right at the end.
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    FLU419 SEE HMMH HME Owners group

    should update to woodbagger I know they contemplated a sandbag filling bucket... maybe a wood splitting bucket should be your next project. Throw a round in and it comes out split. Totally safe.
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    Unimog Won't Go

    Direct / underdrive selector stuck between the two? Doesn’t sound too much like the common shift bushing failure. You have pto so the clutch is fine, 4x4 selector won’t create a neutral.... the direct/under is the only thing that comes to mind.
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