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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

John Deere 350

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05-03-2012 19:48:42

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I have a John Deere 350 crawler loader. I'm looking for a few counterweights for my machine. I currently haven't found any, but when I do, I'm not sure how much to spend on them. Does anyone know how much 1 counterweight would sell for and how much each weighs? Thanks

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05-07-2012 08:02:31

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 Re: John Deere 350 in reply to mccrash, 05-03-2012 19:48:42  
I have 350/350B weights and also 350C bottom and sprocket weights email is open

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05-06-2012 05:04:31

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 Re: John Deere 350 in reply to mccrash, 05-03-2012 19:48:42  
350 loader requires at least 800 lbs. in the back if there no rear attachments like a hoe or ripper.
OEM 350 weight set was- four weights and two brackets to hold them. Each weight is 200 lbs. A used parts yard is likely to charge $1 per pound plus another hundred for the two brackets. Original set had three # 8255CU weights and one U20033 weight at the bottom.

350C loader uses the big single T33431

350C loader used one big weight instead of a stack.

There are also sprocket weights.

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