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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Trak King Dozer

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Keith Neamon

03-22-2006 06:24:56
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I just bought a used Trak King Dozer with only 50 hours on it. I found that the right clutch wasn't working properly and went into it and found many loose bolts and the clutch was oil soaked. I have been trying to get parts for it and have messed around now for a week just sending in for the parts, and not getting any reply back. Is anyone having the same problem getting parts for their dozers or any Farm Pro Tractor?

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chuckinnc

03-28-2006 10:27:22
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 Re: Trak King Dozer in reply to Keith Neamon, 03-22-2006 06:24:56  
I got a 3 year extended warranty with mine when i bought it new in 2003, last fall the gear shift
broke (ball on the end that moves the rails). It
took only a few minutes to remove so i took it off and went to see my dealer, he called Farmpro
in Indiana & i had a replacement gear shifter within 3 days. Sound like you need to find a good local dealer, also after 3+ years the shifter has been my only problem.

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steve from mo - dangit!

03-22-2006 13:30:17
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 How about Northern Tool? in reply to Keith Neamon, 03-22-2006 06:24:56  
They sell a really similar Chinese-built dozer. It may or may not be the same unit, but ought to be worth a try.



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Keith H. Neamon

03-22-2006 13:39:14
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 Re: How about Northern Tool? in reply to steve from mo - dangit!, 03-22-2006 13:30:17  
Thanks I will check into it.



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steve from mo - dangit!

03-22-2006 14:30:17
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 Looks to be the same dozer. in reply to Keith H. Neamon, 03-22-2006 13:39:14  
There are at least ten websites claiming to sell and stock parts for Farm Pro and Track King. One even claims to offer technical support. Maybe one of them will actually have parts.



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Keith Neamon

03-22-2006 14:40:40
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 Re: Looks to be the same dozer. in reply to steve from mo - dangit!, 03-22-2006 14:30:17  
Yep I checked all those sites out and e-mailed each of them and haven't heard a word back from them. They probably get all their parts from the same company in Indiana. From what I hear they are the only supplier of parts in the United States.



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Case450

03-22-2006 10:12:31
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 Re: Trak King Dozer in reply to Keith Neamon, 03-22-2006 06:24:56  
I've done business with a company that is a dealer for those things on the side. The company is an importer for any and everything made in china. There cheap but I dont think there is much support in the way of parts like that. Just my .02.



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Keith Neamon

03-22-2006 10:18:24
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 Re: Trak King Dozer in reply to Case450, 03-22-2006 10:12:31  
Thanks for replying. What business is it that you dealt with? I'm having a heck of a time even getting a hold of this one place in Indiana.



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Case450

03-22-2006 10:21:49
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 Re: Trak King Dozer in reply to Keith Neamon, 03-22-2006 10:18:24  
lol! sounds like the same place. It's called Homier Distributing in Huntington Indiana. If you can't get through ask for a sales rep than they can patch through their system. Worth a shot. Good luck



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Keith Neamon

03-22-2006 11:00:51
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 Re: Trak King Dozer in reply to Case450, 03-22-2006 10:21:49  
Oh Great it's one in the same place!!! I will give it ashot and call a sales rep. I think I made a big mistake in buying this equipment.



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Case450

03-22-2006 12:58:39
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 Re: Trak King Dozer in reply to Keith Neamon, 03-22-2006 11:00:51  
I've learned the hard way about the saying "You get what you pay for". I bought an old Massey Ferguson 470 Loader for $6000.00 cdn. It ran and everything at first but that fall I had to rebuild the whole front end of the machine and have a lot of parts custom machined on account the loader is so old. I figure it's cost me about $10,000.00 to rebuild it to it's current state. And at the end of the day it's still too small for my needs. Ah well, you live and you learn. Best of luck bud!

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Keith Neamon

03-22-2006 13:49:26
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 Re: Trak King Dozer in reply to Case450, 03-22-2006 12:58:39  
Yeah I know what you mean when it comes to rebuilding an older tractor. I got the dozer that belonged to my brother in law that recently passed away. He never ran it but only a few times and I really do believe who ever put this dozer together didn't tighten down all the bolts causing it to get the oil soaked clutches. May just have to make my own gaskets and find the seals around here.



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