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310b rear wheel not turning
I have a JB 310B that has the left wheel foam filled and the right wheel is normal. About a year ago I was pushing some dirt and I needed more traction so I pressed the locking differential pedal. It made a weird noise and since then the left wheel is stuck. At that time the hydraulic fluid was low, probably below the minimum.
I moved it around the house with the boom bucket. If I raise the rear only the right side turns. It makes absolutely no grinding noise so I am hoping the hydraulic brake is messed up on the left side. If I move it by hand it sometimes moves 1-2 inches back and forth and sometimes about 2-4 inches. When I change is from forward to reverse or vise versa it moves about 1/2 inch. The right brake pedal is firm and the left is a bit soft. Also the locking differential pedal seem to be stuck. Its not going in all the way like it used to. I sprayed some WD40 and put some grease on it but no change.
I wanted to buy a service manual but those things costs around $360. Is there a CD version that costs less? I hope I don't have to remove the differential housing because it looks like a LOT of work.
I am in Remlap, AL so if anyone wants to come look at it they are move than welcome :-)
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