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ITR undercarriages

Discussion in 'Dozers' started by satkinson, Apr 19, 2022.

  1. satkinson

    satkinson Well-Known Member

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    Afternoon

    Does anybody have any feedback on ITR undercarriages my D6T LGP is getting close to needing a full swap.
    It has system 1 fitted currently and the ITR dealer has given me a very competitive quote to swap it back to Salt.
    It's only 1/3rd cost of system 1, we have always stuck with genuine parts in the past but this is obviously tempting at that price
     
  2. nowing75

    nowing75 Senior Member

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    Just be carful of the aftermarket hardware> im working on a 6t not that the washers a deformed and causing them to loosen up this the second dozer that has done this so now only cat hardware.
     
  3. satkinson

    satkinson Well-Known Member

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    OK thanks I have seen problems with aftermarket segment bolt working loose now you mention it.