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Re: Mitsubishi BD2G

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06-10-2012 02:04:54

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Now that you have a crawler you need to locate your local track shop you will need it in future,maybe they can repair your idler,you will need to split the track to remove the idler,usually a press is required to remove the guides,the idler axle runs in oil immersed bushes,seals on each side keeps the oil in,when a seal get damaged and the oil is lost failure of the axle and bushes follow,if its not wallowed out too badly usually a new axle,bushes,collars and a set of seals repairs them,if the damage is too much and the guides are shot a replacement idler would be best.


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06-10-2012 06:27:21

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 Re: Mitsubishi BD2G in reply to AJ., 06-10-2012 02:04:54  
I worked on removing the track yesterday with the help of a neighbor that had previous experience removing tracks. We were not able to drive the king pin out so he advised to burn it out got the track split and removed the idler. It is in bad shape the shaft had some very deep gouge marks and the seal were totally gone. I am in the process of ordering a new idler and will be needing a new king pin which I hope can be found.
I paid $5000. for the BD2G and $650. for a new idler. I hope I am still ahead the rest of the tractor in in pretty good shape runs good. Thanks for the help.

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