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    Pin press

    Looking for a portable hydraulic pin press for undercarriage work.
    What brand(s) are you guys familiar with?
    I used to have an OTC one but it appears they no longer sell one.
    Also anyone with a used one that they would like to sell let me know.
    Thanks.

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    Kent-Moore.......sells a good tool
    Edward Kresa

    edkresa@gmail.com

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    the one i use is WTC Machinery MPP150 it works great no problems with it at all they can be reached at 1800 248 8405 another good one that i used a few times is made by Berco as far as used ones you might call around to track shops to see what they have laying around

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    Pin Push Kit.

    Cat Wrench, the Press Gear that I use, I bought from Bignozzi New Technologies in Italy, they have been making the stuff since the mid 50's, its great kit plus it works well, this sort of kit is a bit of a Cost $$$ but having the stuff " Gets me Good Work ".

    Best of Luck tctractors.

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    I have also bought a portable track press from Bignozzi located in Bondeno, Ferrara, Italy.
    I'm very satisfied of that.

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    OTC Master Pin Pusher and Sprocket Puller

    Cat Wrench

    I have a 100 ton pin pusher/installer and 50/100 ton sprocket puller/installer for sale if you are interested, these tools have never been used. I can send you more information if you are interested.

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    Ernest I sent you an E-mail.

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    master pin press

    I search an used master pin press

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    Just thought I would say, although I have a very extensive set of Rim and Pin Service kit, I usualy take my Big Hammer 28lb'er to sort track pins, as the set-up time to push a pin is often a drawn out process, the Hammer sorts things fast,I near always work alone so speed is King in getting things done, sometimes I am told I cannot use a Hammer, so I use the Press and make a good Meal out of it, if they ask for Fancy Toys, they Pay a Fancy $$$.

    tctractors

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    Norbert

    I have the 100 ton master pin pusher/installer and a 50/100 ton sprocket puller/installer, how would you be able to get this equipment if you are in France?

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    Otc still makes a pin press .You get form a OTC call them. We bought ours through our John Deere dealer at United Rentals .It is a 100 ton unit.

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    Ernest Olin,

    Thank you for your answear, i think is easyer to talk about this by E-mail.

    My mail adress is"norbert.mongreville@yahoo.fr"

    Could you send me some details and pictures of the tool set.

    I think the expedition is not a big problem.

    I waiting your answear,

    best regards, Norbert

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    Quote Originally Posted by tctractors View Post
    Just thought I would say, although I have a very extensive set of Rim and Pin Service kit, I usualy take my Big Hammer 28lb'er to sort track pins, as the set-up time to push a pin is often a drawn out process, the Hammer sorts things fast,I near always work alone so speed is King in getting things done, sometimes I am told I cannot use a Hammer, so I use the Press and make a good Meal out of it, if they ask for Fancy Toys, they Pay a Fancy $$$.

    tctractors
    Work smarter not harder. The extra two minutes it takes to set up the track press is worth it your body will thank you.

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    I might be interested. Contact me about these units if you still have them.

    Darin

    Quote Originally Posted by Ernest Olin View Post
    Norbert

    I have the 100 ton master pin pusher/installer and a 50/100 ton sprocket puller/installer, how would you be able to get this equipment if you are in France?

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    Pin Press/Sprocket Puller

    The equipment has sold thanks to everyone who inquired.

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