Everywhere from Denver to Casper and basically Salt Lake to North Platte. But mostly around Cheyenne is where our shop is. We have 2 567s and a...
2020 Pete 567 X15 Productivity Series 605/2050 18spd
22k Steer, 20k Pusher, 46k Drives
Jerr-Dan 50/60 Ton Rotator
20 mph? I wish. Ended up turning around and grabbing one in Laramie back to Cheyenne and telling the guy in Rawlins he was gonna have to wait...
I'm with this guy. ^
Roll Stability Advisor
The difference between discs and drums when you are 150,000+ lbs is.... noticeable.
This? Would be the power steering cooler.
I no longer work for a DTNA dealer. So I can no longer access partspro. But your local dealer should be able to help you.
Had to replace a ton of cross members that became loose on Cascadias. Always used a torch and air hammer and replaced with flanged frame bolts....
As ^ he said. Those yokes are connected through a differential, it doesn't matter how it's installed. They can turn at different speeds.
It's graphite. Same material cummins uses for all of their exhaust connections.
Those are fuel lines. If it's leaking around the black seal it's just oil from the camshaft housing. Either way just replace the line and seal....
You can take one of the lights that works properly, and plug it into the other locations to make sure the wiring is intact.
It's a DT12. So hopefully it has a Concentric Pneumatic Clutch Actuator.
Yes, those are your heater hoses. They are pre-formed.
Check oil pressure with a mechanical gauge, figure out if it is a mechanical or electrical issue.
Depends how many driveshafts you have. Most tractors will have 1. But buses and box trucks could have 3 or more.
Wild guess that the "smell some wires getting hot" is a good spot to start.
There would be no valves to turn the AC on. Only optional valves to shut off coolant flow through the heater core.