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252B - VTS Loegering Question

Discussion in 'Skid Steers' started by skidOperator99, Feb 6, 2019.

  1. skidOperator99

    skidOperator99 New Member

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    I have a 252B with VTS Loegering. I'm in need of a left front hub assembly. I've looked around and found that there's 2 different types. There's a 50+ and a 65+. What do these numbers mean? How do I know which one is the correct one that I need?

    I'm pretty new to this and would appreciate any help. Thanks
     
  2. franklinute

    franklinute Well-Known Member

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    I am not sure what the numbers mean but I have rebuilt the hub assembly. I pressed the spindle out of the
    hub and replace the bearings and seal. Do you have the owners manual and do you see a serial number on the tracks?
     
  3. skidOperator99

    skidOperator99 New Member

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    I took a look at the Loegering plate on the machine and I see a blurred out Serial Number. Is it by any chance a 5 digit number? Is there anything else I can look for to make sure I am looking at the right model?
     
  4. KSSS

    KSSS Senior Member

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    I believe they are referring to links. So one hub for smaller tracks and another hub for the larger frame machines.