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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Mit. BD2F steering problem

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Frank Dodson

06-20-2012 16:18:03

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I was pushing a sycamore stump last week and had dug quite a hole to get it out. The right track seem to lock up and I thought I had a rock stuck in the undercarriage but that wasn't the case. It is a direct drive and I started inching it back and forth and the track freed. This happened 2 or 3 times. When I carried it to the shed there was no problem except for an occasional popping noise from the track. The dozer has a new undercarriage (sprockets, rails, rollers and pads. I would appreciate any suggestion as to the problem.

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ollie gm

07-02-2012 19:18:27

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 Re: Mit. BD2F steering problem in reply to Frank Dodson, 06-20-2012 16:18:03  
Get someone to move the dozer real slow while you walk close to the track. Keep an eye out for frequency of pops and/or location of track when noise occurs. My Mitsu gets small rocks jammed between the rail and pins and this is the noise I get.

The if the tracks are clear the nightmare begins, you may have knocked a tooth off either the bull pinion or the bull gear itself. I haven't heard of anyone having this problem.

Good luck.

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