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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

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Brian

11-09-2003 18:02:15




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I may have found the machine for me- a little IH with a 4 in 1 bucket, just questioning whether the triple grousers will do a good job for me. When do you want single vs triple? I will be messing around in timber & maintaining a creek crossing. Thanks for opinions.




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ED

11-10-2003 09:36:52




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 Re: grouser choices in reply to Brian, 11-09-2003 18:02:15  
Brian , A loader should always have double or triple grouser a loader is made to dig and carry a single will bite in and if you are digging or turning carrying a load you need the tracks to spin or skid other wise you will find th next weakest part on the machine not to say all the extra wear on parts working against each other A good healthy set of triples will give you all the bit you will need if you need parts or new grousers e mail me i can help

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Brian

11-11-2003 18:55:43




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 Re: Re: grouser choices in reply to ED, 11-10-2003 09:36:52  
Not having experience with a track machine, I was worried about running this through the timber & creek and getting stuck without the most aggressive track I could get. Timber floor can get a little greasy at times.



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Alvin n Ms.

11-12-2003 12:04:59




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 Re: Re: Re: grouser choices in reply to Brian, 11-11-2003 18:55:43  
Brain, in the Machinery Trader.com mag. they advertize grouser bars and you cut the length you want and weld to your existing grousers. I would not use more than one to the shoe.



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