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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: terratrac,dozer,parts or info

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06-19-2013 03:43:03

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thanks a lot fellas,that gives me enough to get started.just for giggles,the sprocket I,m working on is missing five teeth,the teeth that are still there are badly throws the trac constantly.ive been welding my brains out trying to build them back up.i figured I might be better off finding a sprocket in better shape to start with,or get a loan for that much welding rod.see you on yahoo.

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06-19-2013 09:14:33

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 Re: terratrac,dozer,parts or info in reply to madrad, 06-19-2013 03:43:03  
madrad, If all else fails, you could try Zimmerman @ 717-738-2573, a good guy to do business with,very helpful. He handles all Oliver dozer parts and could tell you the size and sprocket if they would cross over to your machine. Other wise the fellow who suggested cutting pipe in half would work, we seen that also. If not pipe how about the top link bushings cut in half and welded in if the size is right.Really good information in all of these replies.Hope you find one that works for you.

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06-19-2013 09:00:25

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 Re: terratrac,dozer,parts or info in reply to madrad, 06-19-2013 03:43:03  
I remember seeing a fella in south jersey many years ago repairing the teeth with triple x pipe.
he would cut pieces to width of the teeth and then cut those pieces in half lay them back to back and build up with weld of course you have to take into account the wear on the tracks them selves al

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