NOTE: Wear on pins and bushings does not extend
4. Apply grease to the counterbore in track links, the
over the entire surface. Turning pins and
seals, and the ends of bushings.
bushing is determined by the amount of wear.
5. For each joint, fill the clearance between the pin
OD and bushing ID with grease.
2. Turn pins (C and K) and bushings (E and I). (See
the manufacturer's operator manual for your track
6. Install seal (H) so tapered side (L) is toward
3. Clean any dust or rust from the surfaces of track
link pin bores and counterbores and the ends of
DISASSEMBLE AND ASSEMBLE TRACK
CHAIN TO REPLACE BROKEN PART
NOTE: It is not necessary to completely disassemble a
chain to replace a broken part. If a track press is
available, refer to the operator's manual. If a track
press is not available, do the following procedure.
1. Remove track shoe from broken link assembly.
Remove the track. (See procedure in this group.)
IMPORTANT: When making cuts using cutting torch,
be careful not to cut or gouge good
2. Cut links, bushing, and pin at points (A) to remove
broken link (B).
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