Huh. I've never once heard anyone call them "sky-track", "lull lift" or "lulls." And around here a "sky-hook" is a crane. Interesting.
[QUOTE=Tooler2;209095]Anybody know how I can find brake parts for a Dyna hoe telehandler with spicer steering/drive axles? late 70s vintage[/QUOTE
For me I find the best way to locate parts for vintage built machinery is to first try and determine what those parts may have been used on other types of equipment. IE the spicer axles, will be Dana- Spicer, and could have been used on many things. Not the least of which were the M series Military tactical vehicles.
Pulling 1 od the wheel assemblies off snapping some pictures of the brake shoes and wheel cylinders if hydraulic brakes then and I don't believe I'm saying this do a google picture comparison search.
In 1971 Bucyrus-Erie Company acquired the Hy-Dynamic Corporation, the Dyna hoe name was retained the Bucyrus -Erie company was getting into more aspects of the construction industry along about that time building backhoes rough terrain cranes and so forth sometime then later sold off to Northwest Engineering/BHP I think later Terex came into play and still later Caterpillar. I think Gehl became the Dyna telehandlers in the late 1980s
Never try to tell me it can't be done
When I have to paint I use KBS products
There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)