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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: JD 350 dozer

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08-14-2013 22:18:54

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I have the complete frame & other dozer parts for the 6-way manual inside blade in central West Virginia. Frame, blade, blade adjust arms, tilt adjuster and one of the hydraulic cylinders for $400. 20 minutes from the Interstate.

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08-15-2013 21:50:35

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 Re: JD 350 dozer in reply to 2x4, 08-14-2013 22:18:54  
I don't think an inside mount 6 way could be put on a loader. The main frame of the machine is entirely different as a loader has the uprights for the boom and lift cylinders. $400 is a good price but it only has 1 cylinder? If you could find a reasonable used cylinder would be a benefit. I just got a cylinder for a backhoe repaired and it was over $1000!

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08-16-2013 00:44:14

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 Re: JD 350 dozer in reply to Stick welding, 08-15-2013 21:50:35  
yes only one cylinder. Friend badly needed one for his 350 so I sold one to him. Was hoping JDE would jump in here & tell us what is what. Many years ago I saw a JD factory blade set-up for a loader. It was quite elaborate & replaced the bucket. Must be a few around somewhere.

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