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Grouser Cross Bar Track Rebuild Kits.

Discussion in 'Skid Steers' started by KyDirt, Mar 22, 2015.

  1. KyDirt

    KyDirt Member

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    Anybody have a source for rebuild kits (bolt & bushing) from somewhere other than Grouser. Seems like Grouser wants you to call for pricing. Wondering if anyone found it cost effective to get bushings made at machine shop and purchase bolts separately.
     
  2. ironjunkie

    ironjunkie Well-Known Member

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    I've got parrts from Bobcat, they'll need to turn it into a BC p/n. 2 different dealerships had what I needed in stock on different occasions. JD, NH etc. should also.
     
  3. stovein

    stovein Well-Known Member

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    I got parts from bobcat also and grouser at that time listed parts and prices on their website.