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This is part 8, and the Final part of My Traction motor Series, showing A Hulcher Crew replacing Traction Motors in A Locomotive.. Next up I will produce A short Series with these same men replacing idler wheels in A locomotive.
Prelude to series
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
part 4
part 5
part 6
part 7

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Lee Williams • 3 месяца назад
Thanks for a good video of putting an SD truck back under the LHE of a unit. Working the drop table taught me a cute trick...chock the truck with the pen still in the centercasting and then spray-paint the chocks on the track, then..lay a yardstick across just above the inside edge of the fibers, inside the centercasting, and eyeball across it and take a cotterkey and scratch in the dirt on the side of the centercasting, that mark. Then remove the yardstick. Then set the truck on the table without moving the wheel-chocks. By eyeballing the mark, sighting across it and watching the vacinity of the edge of the pin, using a pinch-bar at the wheel at the rail and by loosening the appropriate wheel chock, you can inch the truck into position, to eyeball the pin into the fibers in the centercasting. Again, thank you for your video.
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pwalpar • 3 месяца назад
Sounds like a good tip I will remember it next time I do this job, OOPS forgot I am retired now lol
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Chuck G • 4 месяца назад
So they were using remote power to move the traction motors?
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pwalpar • 4 месяца назад
A winch and A snatch block
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Mário Ramos • 5 месяцев назад
Como eu não sei inglês, achei os comentários interessantes !!!...😎...
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Douglas Kirk • 6 месяцев назад
I've Always wondered how that was done. Thank you. Very
INTERESTING.
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pwalpar • 6 месяцев назад
Thanks
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BossSpringsteen69 • 6 месяцев назад
I saw this last week where i work. It took three days to swap the traction motor out for and "idler"axle. 1. day 1.first crew putslocomotive in pocket track. 2. day 2. power moving crew moves locomotive to south end of yard and takes to locomotive repair facility. 3. day 3. I go to work and see side booms at the north end of yard not knowing what is going on and watch a crew put the locomotive back to pocket track and finally change the wheelset. I think it also was the locomotive that derailed in our yard about a year prior.
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pwalpar • 6 месяцев назад
Thanks for sharing
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Tug_Slug • 6 месяцев назад
How can you not love outsourcing? It relieves the railroad of any responsibility and you can watch some jack off standing there watching the locomotive being lowered down amd all he does is stand there and watch.
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A horse with No Name • 3 месяца назад
Tug_Slug you must be too fucking stupid to think this is a job for one or two guys. Either that or jealous that you can’t get any other job but a cart wrangler for Walmart.
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오정원 • 7 месяцев назад
crane. 등장으로 기관차 바퀴 맞추는 작업 거뜬히 할수 있습니다 !
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IVAN REIS • 8 месяцев назад
Good video.
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pwalpar • 8 месяцев назад
Thanks
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Maximo Gallegos • 8 месяцев назад
Exelente video
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pwalpar • 8 месяцев назад
Thank you
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scott b • 8 месяцев назад
On road truck repair? No indoor round house?
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Lem Briggs • 3 месяца назад
Whenever they are changing a traction motor out “on the road” it’s often on account that the traction motor armature blew up and locked the axle/wheel assembly from turning. Can’t drag it all the way to the shop as it would ruin the wheels by sliding. It must be fixed on the road or like in the past, they used to take the gear-case apart, remove all of the grease and burn the pinion gear off the armature shaft with a big torch. That is the only way or maybe the easiest way to free it up so it can be towed to the shop.
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pwalpar • 8 месяцев назад
Not one close lol
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JungleYT • 10 месяцев назад
Well, at least two people had the intellectual / mechanical curiosity to ask HOW the damned wheel truck was able to move into position... I thought maybe FM ( F*cking Magic ) or something.
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pwalpar • 10 месяцев назад
LOL
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jack jones • 11 месяцев назад
I have worked around heavy equipment in steel mills and railroads. Still like watching
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robert shaw • 1 год назад
You guess - Well if you kepts the GD camera on tlele you would be able to see the imnportant action - at the truck - Focus on what your doing
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robert shaw • 1 год назад
You had some very nice shot, nice subjects and followed the action. Zoom lenses are the curse of cameras. Just stay on the action - Wide angle to set the scene - Nice job. CU to show the details. Follow the action - IF you want to change subject, stop. frome, shoot again. Panning can be very bad. Set the shot up. You might lose a little action but that is better than the in,out bit. You are sincere in your efforts. No question. You are experienced and chock full of knowledge.  You can't get close so use the zoom to get into the project and give your expert narration to enhance the visual. Experience - about 50 years. nothing wrong but the zoom PW, be much more sparing and you are in.
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pwalpar • 1 год назад
Like im sure you know all about whats involved in creating a video un rehearsed
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Christopher T Munro • 1 год назад
Exactly how long does this entire process take again from start to finish???
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pwalpar • 1 год назад
about 3 hours
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Carmen Ortiz • 1 год назад
Derrick Moran moya
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pwalpar • 1 год назад
Thanks for the comment although I dont understand it
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bestamerica • 1 год назад
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how how 3 axles = 6 wheels moves slow forward without a motor
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bestamerica • 1 год назад
yeaa i see that video cable under the train as pulley...
thank
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pwalpar • 1 год назад
easy it had a winch cable hooked to it from the crane
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Chuck Yahrling • 1 год назад
I'm glad you are taking the time to document the mechanical bits and pieces of trains. I recently got the bug to build an n gauge layout and the iexplanations your vids provide is invaluable to understanding trains, as well as for creating an authentic layout. Without guys like you that stuff would fade into oblivion unless I had worked on trains for a rail line myself.
Are you anywhere near Bear Creek? I went to an aerobatic contest there many years ago so I got a chuckle from your comments about the flyer doing the aerobatics. He was probably practicing for a contest, or taking a lesson from a pro. I think if you saw an unlimited acro plane up close you would appreciate the highly specialized mechanical design required for competitive flying, not to mention the iron stomach!
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pwalpar • 1 год назад
Thanks Chuck I am happy to be a bit of an inspiration Those stunt pilots I dont envy what they do cant say I have heard of bear creek
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mayhem Mike • 1 год назад
🤔That a D.D. 8v71 I hear???
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pwalpar • 1 год назад
Dogged if I know lol
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JJRicks Studios • 1 год назад
This is awesome! Excellent catch!
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pwalpar • 1 год назад
Thanks I appreciate it
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shubham choudhary • 1 год назад
Er boyes
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pwalpar • 1 год назад
Thanks
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