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No drive on left track HD-6B

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We aren't 100% sure but much of the stuff measures out about minimum thickness.  We have some odd uneven wear and some steels that were not flat, sort of dished.  So all that is getting replaced.  Somewhat suspicious the clutch may have been "stuck" in the released position and they may have tried to adjust to it.  At any rate cleaning everything up and replacing all the worn stuff.  Parts are ordered.  I went out and tried to turn both shafts, inner and outter with the clutch pack out and both sides feel like I presume they should.  Tight, unable to turn them.  I pulled and tugged and nothing felt out of sorts.  I did find a stacking error in the clutch.  There were more frictions then steels.  13 frictions, 12 steels.  Going to replace both throw out bearings.  Was a lot of grease in that compartment.  Grease, not oil.  Going to check that grease fitting hose.  Yes my tool isn't as pretty.  I bent it so it would fit in the compartment, clear the brake drum and then have enought length to break them loose. 
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