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Good shots of D355A remains

Discussion in 'Dozers' started by LEGEND, Jun 30, 2007.

  1. EUCLIDES

    EUCLIDES Member

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    I agree
     
  2. Dozer575

    Dozer575 Banned

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    Speaking of 455's, anyone here have experience with them?
    Just wondering what kinda problems they have. I would think parts are hard to come by.
     
  3. olesouth

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    jd 555

    looking to get a idea of cost to fix final drive or drives
     
  4. Taylortractornu

    Taylortractornu Charter Member

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    I saw a pair of 455's go at an auction for 5000 each. Te man bought them to save them from the iron mongers. He did a job with one up in TN and sold them both to a mine in Belize. Got 70 000 plus handling fees.
     
  5. KMM4x4

    KMM4x4 Active Member

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    I well understand Russian. D355A import bulldozer, most widespread in Russia. He can be met everywhere. I was too a little it I operated. It was pleasant to me. The powerful equipment also copes better than T-170.