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Caterpillar VC60D
  • dCav
  • New York, United States
I just replaced those "Holy ***" brake lines to the wheels. When i started the engine to go for a ride it sounds like the engine is knocking but it isn't. It seems to be coming from the transmission unit in neutral but goes away in drive. What kind of drive shaft, rod, or shaft does it have and how accessible is it.
I am willing to share information regarding the best way to replace the brake lines to the wheel cylinders, which are a huge pain in the ***.
Thank you in advance, dCav

  • Posted 14 Apr 2015 12:37 AM
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