Crown RR 5000:
idler adjustment

I have a customer that has 'slightly' uneven floors and they keep getting stuck with a load on the forks so I adjusted the tension off the idler a few turns and now are chewing up rf load arm wheels. I can't win. Is there a bushing in the articulation that might be worn out? -Troy
  • Posted 27 Apr 2010 10:37
  • Discussion started by troy_m
  • Ontario, Canada
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Have you tried sorting out the root problem and that being the floor surface.
see www.concrete-grinding.com
  • Posted 29 Apr 2010 16:11
  • Reply by CoGri
  • United Kingdom

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