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But where is that winch today? How do I find spare parts? And what does it have to do with Allied Systems?
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Their main product at that time, and for some 20 years, was the Hyster winch, originally designed for mounting on the Caterpillar Model Sixty crawler tractor. The original use for the winch was for logging—skidding logs out of the forest to a landing for loading onto a truck. The Hyster winch was mounted exclusively on Caterpillar tractors up until the s. Allied Systems Company, also based in the Portland area, has been a manufacturer of material handling equipment since Product lines also include the Wagner log stacker and chip dozer, Long Reach lift truck attachments, Freeman hay baler and Allied Marine Crane.
In Allied acquired the winch product line from Hyster to expand its participation in the wood industry. Allied acquired the winch manufacturing machinery and engineering designs, and hired the key personnel.
Winch production started immediately under the Allied banner. Allied has been keeping pace with the technological changes in the crawler dozer.
Over the past 10 years, hydraulic winches have become much more prominent. Although the name has changed, the design, the winch models and the relentless pursuit of quality have not. And you can count on us to get you the parts you need, whether for a year-old Hyster winch or the current Allied winch.
Download at no charge all the parts manuals, no matter how old that Hyster or Allied winch is, from direct-drive models with dry brake to the latest electronic-controlled version. Our website is www. Hyster winch and fairlead cruiser at work in the vast fir forests of the Pacific Northwest in the s. Next Article. Hyster winches on Cat models D7N and D4, prior to Close This Window.Discussion in ' Dozers ' started by bvwasteJul 23, Log in or Sign up.
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Problem I am having is when you fill the Transmission to the proper level and the machine warms up to the high side of green on the coolant gauge. The winch starts puking oil out from around bolts and plates that are bolted on. We have pulled the bolts found a few holes are oblong. We replaced with new bolts and washers and as long as the trans is cool the leaks are small, as it heats up she leaks more. What I want to know is there away I can Isolate the Hydraulic lines to the winch?
New Zealand. Do NOT isolate the hyd control pipes to the winch. The clutch packs need that oil for cooling and lubrication. Everytime engine is running pinion and bevelgear shaft in the winch is turning, even though winch drum may not be turning. Is the winch overfull with oil? Is a level plug on either right or left side of winch, remove it and let any excess oil run out to the plug level. Also sometimes covers on the winchs get damaged from abuse. You may have to remove the cover and reseal it; or panelbeat it flat and true first and then reseal it.
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Completed listings. Sold listings. More refinementsThe winch business has seen massive consolidation in recent years. There are now 2 survivors. Paccar, better known for Kenworth trucks, owns Carco, Braden and Gearmatic. Of these names, Carco and Hyster are the best known for dozer winches, although now the Hyster winch name is no more as it appears that Allied bought the winch product line but not the name, but I am featuring a Hyster winch here just the same.Hyster Winch Accumulator updates
Fifty years ago, just about every dozer had a winch on it. People were used to working with cable, and if they didn't have a 'towing' winch, then they had a smaller double drum that was used for control cables. Pull behind scrapers, and rippers used these cables.
Now days dragging logs with a dozer is the exception and not the rule, and dozers often aren't even present on logging operations. Hydraulics have replaced control cables for lifting rippers and managing scrapers. All of this had made the market for winches on the backs of dozers shrink radically.
It is a rare day when you see one. All of this does not mean that the classic towing winch on the back of a dozer is the same as it was 50 years ago, though in truth it is not a lot different. The Changes are evolutionary. Our first Hyster winch was purchased new about It was a D4N model for as you might guess a D4 Cat. Though different in size, the basics are still very much the same.
They both bolt on the back of the dozer and are powered off the dozer PTO. Within the winch there are monstrously heavy gears and a massive gear reduction which finally turns the drum that holds the cable. The winch of 50 years ago featured an internal expanding drum brake with brake shoes expanded by a cam.
You set the brake by pulling a long manual lever with ratchet teeth to hold the lever. Shifting was accomplished with another long lever which slid some gears around inside the winch to achieve forward, neutral and reverse. The W8K winch is known as a power shift winch. It features a single lever control which really activates a hydraulic spool valve inside the winch. The lever has 4 positions, Centered is the normal position. The brake is set and the drum doesn't move. Pulling the lever back feathers in the clutch to activate the wind up direction and releases the brake.
Pushing the lever forward sets the unwind clutch and releases the brake.