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Re: komatsu d41 vs cat 941b

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08-08-2014 10:25:13

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The Komatsu is a much more superior machine to the 941,its approx the same weight and has 10 hp more,its got 15.5 inch track pads against the 941 13 inch,it also has segment sprockets which is an important factor in the future,the cylinders leaking on the Komatsu after been resealed is because the gland bushings were not changed when the seals were,the resealing can be done without any special tools,just some heavy duty sockets and C spanner,the gear shift is probably worn linkage,the Cat has been cleaned and painted,the track pads are built up and the rails are worn,the sprockets look ok,the track frames have to come off should the rims need to be changed in future,the track is on backway,the Komatsu needs the few jobs doing and a good clean up and a coat of paint,the 941's was pron to overheating and knock the final drives out as every Cat does.


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steven in tn

08-08-2014 19:11:23

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 Re: komatsu d41 vs cat 941b in reply to AJ., 08-08-2014 10:25:13  
what about the hyd. cylinders? can a good hyd. shop rebuilt these with out buying parts from Komatsu? any one have this done? price?

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