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Danny Ryder 01-11-2012 04:31 PM

side loader help needed
 
Working on the 91 MM caddy side loader we just got. The back side door on passenger side would drop down when opened. Took door off and found pin on hinge broke so working on welding that back. Next the cable is gone that makes table work. ELectric table and that seems to be ok but cable gone so does anyone have drawing from later MM that might show this? Looks like it would spool around a gear of sorts and wind half of cable in and half out depending on direction table is going.

Daniel Scully 01-11-2012 09:42 PM

Info
 
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This the best I can do with a camera. I have the service / parts manual from a 69 M-M and what I have seen it is the same cable set up to 76 after that I do not know what was used. The fold out is a 3 page . I could try scanning each folded page if this does not help.

Danny Ryder 01-11-2012 11:18 PM

Thanks Daniel, will get with my mechanic and see if we can figure it out.

Danny Ryder 01-13-2012 10:20 AM

Daniel's picture did help but can anyone tell me length of cable#51 in diagram and maybe size diameter. Think we can figure out how to route.

Danny Ryder 01-20-2012 03:37 PM

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Originally Posted by Danny Ryder (Post 62848)
Daniel's picture did help but can anyone tell me length of cable#51 in diagram and maybe size diameter. Think we can figure out how to route.

Still need cable diameter and length


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