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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

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LWilda

02-03-2018 05:52:07




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Found this sitting on a farm in Cuba. Supposed to be 1964 Soviet manufacture. Couldn't find any clue to make.
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leona

02-10-2018 18:42:44




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 Re: Any help identifying??? in reply to LWilda, 02-03-2018 05:52:07  
over the years,[there has been plenty]have been told two reasons why pads should be run as had been
stated-one as previous stated,to keep dirt from forcing its way into the links,secondly,when working
in clay,sod and sticky materials,the action of the links tends to unhinge material from the pad,and
of course,reducing slippage. leon



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Bret4207

02-05-2018 07:00:29




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 Re: Any help identifying??? in reply to LWilda, 02-03-2018 05:52:07  
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Because that how they came from the factory on every crawler of every make I've ever seen.



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g ostby

02-04-2018 19:51:14




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 Re: Any help identifying??? in reply to LWilda, 02-03-2018 05:52:07  
1956 Chevrolet. Hard to get replacement parts in Cuba.



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Dune Country

02-04-2018 13:38:45




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 Re: Any help identifying??? in reply to LWilda, 02-03-2018 05:52:07  
The way I was taught to install tracks is "grouser leads".



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LWilda

02-04-2018 07:15:20




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 Re: Any help identifying??? in reply to LWilda, 02-03-2018 05:52:07  
Tried googling that name, all I found was tanks. Thanks though.



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LWilda

02-04-2018 07:10:18




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 Re: Any help identifying??? in reply to LWilda, 02-03-2018 05:52:07  
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Could be. I guess it still worked like that.



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2x4

02-03-2018 22:15:57




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 Re: Any help identifying??? in reply to LWilda, 02-03-2018 05:52:07  
Komsomolets? looks like one.



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shinnery

02-03-2018 21:24:57




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 Re: Any help identifying??? in reply to LWilda, 02-03-2018 05:52:07  
Why does that track look like it is on backwards? Or is it just me?



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sms

02-04-2018 03:01:55




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 Re: Any help identifying??? in reply to shinnery, 02-03-2018 21:24:57  
I think it is backwards also.



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Chris Schollenbarger

02-04-2018 10:10:24




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 Re: Any help identifying??? in reply to sms, 02-04-2018 03:01:55  
I don't think it's backwards, my reasoning is that if it digs in the dirt is against the plate. If it were turned around the loosened dirt would be pushed into the joint between the grouser and next plate.



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dpendzic

02-04-2018 16:51:53




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 Re: Any help identifying??? in reply to Chris Schollenbarger, 02-04-2018 10:10:24  
never really understood why but all the guys on the Caterpillar forums say the grousers should be in the front of the pads



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