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Deere 755C belly pan clean out

Discussion in 'Track Loaders' started by Oliver182, Dec 30, 2016.

  1. bam1968

    bam1968 Senior Member

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    This is surely a fabricated piece. There are a couple are a couple pretty good pics on Machinery Trader and it looks to me that it's only held up there by 6-8 bolts. As OIH said it doesn't make sense for the counter weight to be there anyway. Just my $.02
     
  2. Oliver182

    Oliver182 Well-Known Member

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    Got it back up there with a forklift and a floor jack. Not to bad actually. Originally had 4 bolts that held it on but one was twisted off. I think it's original it has the cutout for the engine oil drain plug and splitter box. No welds on it just had a ice storm before I took the pictures.