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Local farmer did not grease the swivel pins that hold the undercarriage on his tracked skid steer.

60 tons on the front and 20 tons on the back to get the undercarriage off.

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8 minutes ago, Finney said:

Local farmer did not grease the swivel pins that hold the undercarriage on his tracked skid steer.

60 tons on the front and 20 tons on the back to get the undercarriage off.

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ASV or Cat?

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31 minutes ago, Dirt_Floor_Poor said:

Farmers that don’t know how to use a grease gun? Who ever heard of that?

Cow crap has excellent lubricity

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Really dig the jig!

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1 hour ago, Finney said:

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That is cheating. I had to replace the axle in the one we had. I thought I was keeping it greased, but they don’t like sand and water for sure. 
I totally rebuilt the suspension under the ASV at 2100 hours. It road nice but wasn’t cheap to operate. 

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I don’t understand why someone would be confused by this operation. This is how seized parts are separated without damage. Go heavy at the outset;  the less flex, the more force is put in the right place. Too many times someone tries a harbor freight puller, and heats and beats and prys until both parts are so bludgeoned it’ll never come apart.

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