Posted by rebible on July 28, 2013 at 12:55:27 from (220.127.116.11):
I have a 977H that I use around for moving and digging. Yesterday I ripped a couple of acres in the pasture and the tracks seemed excessively noisy.
When I went to put it up. I noticed fresh wear on the tracks where it is hitting the the link bushings on the bottom roller flanges.
see the picture.
I can't find anything newly broken. The manual indicates that the carrier may not be aligned with the drive sprocket. My experience is that the bolts almost always snap off vs breaking free, which makes servicing a real pain.
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