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Dave

02-10-1999 19:37:53




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I am trying to rebuild rails on hd5. Where can a person find pins and bushings? Will they interchange with any other makes or models of dozers or loaders?




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Lee Bradley

02-15-1999 10:50:12




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 Re: parts for ac crawlers in reply to Dave, 02-10-1999 19:37:53  
HD-5 and HD-6 use the same undercarriage so there were a lot of them built (about 60,000 total). Your local crawler dealer should be able to direct you to an after-market dealer that does undercarriage work and supplies parts. I know of two here in Seattle.

Good Luck and Keep Them Running,
Lee Bradley



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Fred Wilke

02-11-1999 17:02:55




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 Re: parts for ac crawlers in reply to Dave, 02-10-1999 19:37:53  
I don't know exactly what pins and bushings you are looking for, but I have a modern well equiped machine shop that we could manufacture what you need in any qty. Thanks Fred Wilke



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mm

02-10-1999 19:57:36




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 Re: parts for ac crawlers in reply to Dave, 02-10-1999 19:37:53  
I think there the same as a HD-7.
It not cheap to work on. The last truck roller came from FLORIDA. Don't be scared to pay freight. The price can offset the difference. The loaders have one more roller than the dozers.



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