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Manitou manireach 2600 please help
Good morning all, new to this site but looks helpful thank you, yesterday I jumped into my trusty old manireach 2600 manitou and fed all animals etc worked great. Came in this morning to do the same, drove out rhe barn and the back wheels didn't reset back with the front wheels? I'm in half crab stear ??? They all turn but when driving in a straight line the fronts are straight but both back wheel are at 11 o clock so I managed to feed up but on half crab steer. Any suggestions would be very help full. This machine is the old type with no crab steer options that I know of. Kindest regards ray.
  • Posted 4 Jan 2017 03:35 PM
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its may be problem with the wheels or wheel
stucked bcz its old vehicle. so you have to check it out and find what the problem.
approach a mechanic rich in knowledge about your vehicle i think it is the better idea
  • Posted 4 Jan 2017 11:28 PM
  • • Modified 4 Jan 2017 11:32 PM by poster
Hi thanks for the info but it's not the wheels it's something hydraulic I think a valve jammed or something. Just wanted to see if anyone else had it. Regards
  • Posted 5 Jan 2017 02:25 AM
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