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Articulated dump truck CATD22 yoke & spider parts ref

Discussion in 'Other Earthmoving Equipment' started by HELU BENOIT, Nov 24, 2021.

  1. HELU BENOIT

    HELU BENOIT New Member

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    Hi,

    I take liberty to contact you hoping you could support us to solve a problem

    Would you mind check if able support with following request.



    We´re looking for the spider and the yoke of front axle. Hope you´ll be able to identify and offer.

    Psider

    Make: DJB

    Model: D22

    Serial no.: 22DB4353

    Year: 1980



    If you don't find, can you inform us where we could buy the spare parts catalogue for that machine, do you know if references of Joke and spiders are the sale for 22D and 25 D



    We are also looking spare parts book for D30 modelplease let me know.



    Regards
     
  2. Nige

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  3. HELU BENOIT

    HELU BENOIT New Member

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    Hi,

    We are looking for the spare parts book, in order to find the correct references of parts we are looking for.

    Do you know if there is machine esuivalence as D22 / D25 /D30 or others.

    For time being thos is for axle.

    Rerards,
     
  4. Nige

    Nige Senior Member

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    I am sorry I don't know. There will be some common parts between the models but I have no idea what they are.

    Regarding the front axle. These were Cat axles that I heard were the same as one of the wheel loader models but I can't confirm that information 100% or even what model it was.
    Please can you take a look at the housing for the front axle and see if you can find a Part Number cast into it somewhere. This might be something like 3V-2742. Please take a photo of whatever you find and post it.
     
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  5. Nige

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    Do you have a Serial Number for the D30.?
     
  6. Nige

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    Found a D22 Parts Manual for you that covers Serial Numbers from 22DB3442 up to 22DB4810.
    You can download it in pdf format from the Cat Publications web site - https://catpublications.com/
    When the popup appears, click on "Continue as Guest".
    Type SEBP8407 into the box and click "Search". The illustration below should appear.
    If paid online by credit card the pdf download should be available within 5 minutes or less.

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  7. Cmark

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    Can't help you on the specifics but the spiders will be an off the shelf part which your local truck parts shop should be able to help with. They are known as a Mechanics Joint.