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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: JD 350B Dozer/Crawler

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Roy Suomi

02-16-2013 20:52:10

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The weakest link on the dry steering clutch dozer/loaders are the steering clutches..You can test them for slippage if you pull a steering lever back and stand on the brake at the same time. The dozer should pull way down or stall if they're in working order.Try the other side too.. If the machine stops moving and engine rpm's remain high it's showing slippage in the oposite side that the lever is being pulled..Also check for cracks in the main engine frames.. These extend from the hard nose to the final drive housings..Look for broken / missing bolts associated with the frames and clutch housing side and underneath bolts..Check oil levels.. Reverser is the stubby dipstick directly underneath the air cleaner cover.. This only holds 9 qts. so make sure oil is up to snuff. Rear end oil is the dipstick on the floor by your left heel when sitting on the seat.. Most crawler sales are because of worn out undercarriages.. i.e. pins and bushings , broken worn track links, sprockets worn to a point, bottom rollers loose, track adjusters leaking/broken..front idlers loose/worn out...

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02-17-2013 06:32:11

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 Re: JD 350B Dozer/Crawler in reply to Roy Suomi, 02-16-2013 20:52:10  
This is great input. Thank you. Let me know if you think of anything else.

Would be great if you contacted me directly by e-mail as I'd show you the link to the pics/listing. I'll be checking it out next weekend.

Thanks again,


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