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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

John Deere 350 Dozer

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Dennis

10-26-2003 15:21:40




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,## SN114F3D011755T,Is this a 1977 350 w/ 5-way John Deere Dozer,,Was told by pass owner to use reverser instead of shift in reverse ,Trying to find service and part manual for this dozer




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Lavoy

10-26-2003 21:04:14




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 Re: John Deere 350 Dozer in reply to Dennis, 10-26-2003 15:21:40  
If I am reading it right, it is 350 crawler dozer, diesel, sliding gear with reverser. I am not completely sure on the number, but am guessing it at a first year built 350, should be 1966. If it is a a straight 350 it will have a reverse, if it is a 1977 I believe that would be a B model, and B models with reverser did not have a reverse gate in the shifter. I can not really think of any reason to use reverse over reverser, unless you are using the PTO and do not want the shaft to reverse. On a B model it is irrelevant.

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Bob from clinch

10-27-2003 05:43:18




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 Re: Re: John Deere 350 Dozer in reply to Lavoy, 10-26-2003 21:04:14  
Have 350B with reverser and has reverse on trans shifter. Comes in handy using winch to pull out in reverse if stuck.



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Lavoy

10-27-2003 12:56:12




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 Re: Re: Re: John Deere 350 Dozer in reply to Bob from clinch, 10-27-2003 05:43:18  
Bob, Do you know if that was an option, or did it change on later B models? Our B model loader has a reverser, but there is no gate in the shifter for reverse, nor is the knob marked for reverse. Lavoy



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Bob on Clinch

10-28-2003 08:48:42




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: John Deere 350 Dozer in reply to Lavoy, 10-27-2003 12:56:12  
Will look in manual to see.



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Pete/ME

10-27-2003 03:43:08




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 Re: Re: John Deere 350 Dozer in reply to Lavoy, 10-26-2003 21:04:14  
For sure Dennis has an early one, my sn. is 137272, and the dealer looked it up as a '66. I've got a reverser and shifter gates for all the gears. When I got the machine the lever on the dash was frozen, so you had to use the shifter. However the reverser cable was just rusted solid. Replaced the cable and the reverser works O.K.



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