Topic: Re: Cat D7-17A Track came off - how to put it back on?
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If the rail is completely off the idler on the inside, you will have to separate the master link. You are also going to need a large skid-steer or tractor to move the track around after it is separated. If the master link is under the roller frame, and the rail is off the top rollers, hook your tractor to the track and pull outward gently as the D-7 is backed up, to keep the rail on the sprocket and laid straight under the roller frame. If by chance the rail gets back under the front idler during this operation, it'll go back on with no problem. The most important thing is to keep your eyes open evaluate the safety of your next move. You are performing a mighty dangerous stunt and one wrong move by you or your helper will cost you a couple fingers.
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