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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by tthomass, Aug 27, 2007.
Some of what winter involved:
Gotta love when the tracks come off! Would'nt it have helped to put some blocks or logs under the track so that the slack is at the top?
About a month ago when we had all that rain we rented a Tacheuchi (sp) and I did something foolish that caused a track to jump off. The mechanic came out and it took him and 2 of my guys to get that thing back on. I have no idea how he would have done it if we weren't there to help him.
Luckily I was able to limp the machine to a solid, paved surface for the track to be put back on. But the mechanic said they had a customer the day before with a machine in 2' of mud with the track off! I bet that was fun!
A liquor bottle made it come off........it didn't break either!
I stuck a log under the back so it couldn't pivot and lifted the front with the buck. Let the grease out and it got nice and loose. After that pushed it over and pumped it up with grease again.......back to work.
If you guys would quit buying that bobcat junk you wouldn't have these problems as often as you do.
So tell me, what problems am I having?
Looks like a problem with your tracks if you couldn't see from the picture you posted And god only knows what else...........
please shut your mouth before another ******** comment comes out like vomit. dont cludder a good thread with useless bs.
You guys are some touchy b*tches on this sight.
Todd that truck is one of the cleanest work trucks I've ever seen! Classy too.