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Case 450C Track Adjuster Rebuilds

Discussion in 'Dozers' started by Metalman 55, Apr 27, 2021.

  1. Metalman 55

    Metalman 55 Senior Member

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    Today was a nice day out there, so Tony & I tackled rebuilding the hyd track adjusters on the 450C dozer. The LH side came apart very hard, with all internal components being seized up, had to pull them apart with the grease gun & come along both.
    The 2nd side went much better & they work nicely now. Pistons are somewhat pitted, likewise the bore, but if need be I will just have to add some grease if they leak past some........at least they work freely now!:)
     

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  2. Metalman 55

    Metalman 55 Senior Member

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    All back together now!
     

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