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HD10 crawler dozer

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Duane Watrin

02-07-1999 15:39:01

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Any tips on websites, manuals,etc. to analyse the condition of an undercarriage, when should I spend serious money on it? Are there used manuals around or do I order from a supply company, or are they just photocopies of originals? I see this website tends to focus on AG/wheel tractors and I understand they have greater number, popularity and versatility. Are there or new parts around or will I have to end up getting them machined? If I push the undercarriage until it falls apart am I going to do more damage than fixing it before it ruins something else? All tips gratefully accepted. I haven't found a wed site for guys rebuilding old crawlers. This baby runs but it is 50 years old.

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01-07-2002 20:15:59

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 Re: HD10 crawler dozer in reply to Duane Watrin, 02-07-1999 15:39:01  
undercarrige do not wear out! rebuild with weldiing rod B-U 90 this is a Linclon# may
have it crossed to another brand# I own H-D 11-B
recently had to replae hesds .The folks at Erickson Truck were very helpful.Call
1-800-825-7997 orwww.ericksontrucks.com
Keep on crawlin J.S

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Deck Hyde

02-12-1999 18:15:12

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 Re: HD10 crawler dozer in reply to Duane Watrin, 02-07-1999 15:39:01  
I have 3 HD10's. There are no new parts for an HD10. Let me know what parts you might need. You can call me at 800-628-6766.

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02-11-1999 10:00:54

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 Re: HD10 crawler dozer in reply to Duane Watrin, 02-07-1999 15:39:01  
I am not all that knowledgable on crawlers, but hope this helps. We had several at the last place I worked, big ones. They never ran them out of their bushings in the track chains,if they did it would start to undercut the sprocket teeth. Very expensive to have repaired. It is always easier to spend a little here and there than a whole bunch at once. Hope it helps.

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