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Cracked flexplates
  • roadtek
  • Massachusetts, United States
Has anyone seen cracking flexplates in the Doosan G20SC-2 LP with a Mitsubishi 2.4 engine. Second one cracked. We checked the flywheel, mount, and converter for being true. Lasts about 1,200 hours. Cracks @ the flywheel mounting bolt area.
  • Posted 20 Aug 2010 01:52 AM
  • • Modified 3 Sep 2010 12:11 PM by poster
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  • jim_v
  • Michigan, United States
Was wondering if you had any diff. problems with this truck? I have one that broke the teeth on the ring and pinion. Have any idea why that would happen? Thanks, Jim
  • Posted 17 Nov 2011 12:21 AM
  • roadtek
  • Massachusetts, United States
No diff problems, but we did find the problem. After researching the history of the truck we found it had been in an accident. Soneone ran into a steel collumn with the left fork - broke the trunion. So after we pulled the trans, we pulled the mounting plate ( like a spacer between the trans & block). It was tweaked. When we bolted the trans up it would load it to one side - causing stress on the flexplate.
  • Posted 17 Nov 2011 12:30 AM
  • jim_v
  • Michigan, United States
How did you get those 2 bolts in the middle of the trans., on both sides. There is no room to get at them. The 2 that face the opposite of the rest.
  • Posted 17 Nov 2011 12:38 AM
  • roadtek
  • Massachusetts, United States
Patience and a 12pt stubby wrench.
  • Posted 17 Nov 2011 01:32 AM
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