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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

mitsubishi BD2G Dozer

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tracy brown

11-12-2017 13:29:01




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I just noticed the track rail chains are worn out and need replaced. Where have some of you guys found to buy yours? To rebuild looks like a TON of welding. Is that even do-able. Also, I see that rubber tracks are available. Any suggestions or experience with those on a small dozer? Thanks




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Tracy Brown

11-14-2017 14:15:37




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 Re: mitsubishi BD2G Dozer in reply to tracy brown, 11-12-2017 13:29:01  
Well, I bit the bullet today. Ordered new chains, weld on sprocket rings, and new hardware set to re-mount the pads.



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RBoots

11-14-2017 20:07:54




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 Re: mitsubishi BD2G Dozer in reply to Tracy Brown, 11-14-2017 14:15:37  
Take your new sprocket rims and line them up on the old sprockets. Then either clamp or tack weld the new sprocket to the old one and use it for a template to cut off the old one. Make sure you make a hash mark across both pieces to line it back up when you go to weld it back on. Then do it like a truck rim with clamps on it, tack one side, set a block of wood next to that spot, then turn it slowly and tack the opposite side, work your way around it. Pretty easy job, good luck!

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2x4

11-12-2017 22:50:16




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 Re: mitsubishi BD2G Dozer in reply to tracy brown, 11-12-2017 13:29:01  
only cure for worn out rails is new ones. Nortrak in Nashville Tn. is where I got mine -JD 550G.



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Frank Dodson

11-12-2017 19:37:21




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 Re: mitsubishi BD2G Dozer in reply to tracy brown, 11-12-2017 13:29:01  
I have a BG2F and I think the under carriage will be the same. I had the under carriage rebuilt about 9 years ago. I bought the parts from Rhine Equipment located in Tacoma WA. I purchased rails, track shoes etc. They were pricey but new. Their phone number is 253-536-0600 and email www.rhineequipment.com. If you have rocks I would stay away from rubber tracks.



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RBoots

11-12-2017 14:41:31




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 Re: mitsubishi BD2G Dozer in reply to tracy brown, 11-12-2017 13:29:01  
Call a GOOD undercarriage dealer and they'll usually be able to match something up that has the same pitch. Rails aren't really something you weld up. I did UC work for a number of years from small ditch witch machines to PC750 excavators and D375 dozers. Not fun work, hard work, but I am getting rusty on some of it since I've gotten out of that line of work on a daily basis. Double check the specs, but if I remember correctly, on those small Mitsubishi dozers, they are able to use a Komatsu D21 dozer rail. Like I said, been a long time, but it seems that's what fit on those.

Ross

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