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PostPosted: Wed Feb 27, 2013 7:56 pm    Post subject: Mitsubishi DB2G Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Hi I'm looking at a little DB2G with the pyramid cleats. It seems to run well. The engine had some work done on it - top end all redone. The rollers, and idlers, pins and bushings seem good, but the drive sprokets are probably original - they are worn but have about 3/16s flat on top.

I am confused about a couple things. There is a hydrolic filler and dipstick by the break / clutch peddles. This is for the transmition - all looks well here - clean and to the right level - 10w oil??? He said there was a 5 disk clutch here also - is it wet or dry?
There is a hydraulic reservoir onder the right armrest area with the blade controls. This is for theblade controls - 46W hydrolic oil?
Under the seat is another short dipstick and a breather cap in a Y tube. This goes to the rear end - is it a differential that runs the final drives? Is this area connected to the front reservoir?The dip stick here was dry but was a bit rusty.

Opperationally is seems pretty tight - and I've run some loose machines. It pushes well for the light weight - and I was in mucky slopp.

Its a 1993 he said. He rewired the lights and gages, but no hr meter. Hoses have been replaced, both steering breaks(or whtever they are) worked well- no sticking or jerking. When moving forward or backward the main brake will stop the machine evenly. Transmition seem to shift smooth. No obvious leaks.

My only real concearn is the dry rusty rear dipstick. I would really like to run it for an hour befor I buy it - to see how it is when hot...

He is asking $10000 - which may be a bit high?

Any thoughts or things I should look out for?
Thanks, Grant
 
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 27, 2013 10:47 pm    Post subject: Re: Mitsubishi DB2G Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Are the sprockets worn down and/or broken off or they still have 3/16" on the tips? If the latter, they still have a little life left. When they get pointed and start breaking the tips off, they are done. I use universal tractor fluid in my Cat for the hydraulics. It says on the pail it can be used for hyd. systems. I use Esso Cat spec. oil in the trans. In my MF tractor I use the MF Perma-tran and find it works the best. The pyramid pads are for working in the muck or rice fields I think. They're self cleaning but aren't the best for working on drier ground. The wider the pads, the harder it is on the undercarriage.
 
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 28, 2013 11:00 am    Post subject: Re: Mitsubishi DB2G Reply to specific post Reply with quote

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