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Service on my tracked minidumper Yanmar C8R video

Discussion in 'Other Compact Equipment' started by ITW, Mar 20, 2019.

  1. ITW

    ITW Well-Known Member

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    New video on my youtube channel :D

    I've done an service with oil change some small fixes and changed an track on my minidumper.
    Also started to service the rollers and disassembled one for finding bearing size.

    Check out the video


    I added some timelines in the description for quick jumping between digging out the minidumper, servicing and working on the rollers.
     
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  2. Glen Bell

    Glen Bell Member

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    Heavy Equipment Operator at a coal mine
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    Old thread, but just wanted to tell you I love your content on your YouTube channel and look forward to all new videos ( well, not so much snow plowing - I live in Canada and get enough snow plowing of my own :) )
    Good job, keep putting it out there!

    Glen