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Ended up using a puller and it of course came right off. Just wanted to be sure before I used force, parts are hard to find on this thing. Resealed the two leaky idlers.

Finally got everything finished up today and took her out for a test drive in the snow and ice. Looks like everything works as it should, can spin the tracks for sure. Will get the floor back in and side covers tomorrow when I'm sure there's no leaks.

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I had one just like that back in the 70's. Direct drive with a turbo, was a good dozer.

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