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Cat d4 6u dozer

Discussion in 'Dozers' started by Dakeeno48, Jul 31, 2020.

  1. Dakeeno48

    Dakeeno48 New Member

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    I have a 1959 cat d4 6u dozer and on the back drive gear housing there is a grease fitting but also next to it is 1 or 2 plugs does it get grease or oil in it if anyone has any info or pics to go to would help greatly
     
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    Old Magnet Senior Member

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    Seems your referring to the #44 hydraulic control drive....
    There are one or two grease zerks and one retaining plug.
     

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  3. Dakeeno48

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    So it is for grease and not oil just want to put the right stuff in
     
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    Sorry idk why it out that it's a 1950 cat d4 6u dozer not 1959