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3 years 2 months ago #186925 by gvoerm


I have a good set of 30 bottom rollers along with idlers for sale. Rollers are still on the frames. I also have a metal basket full of skeleton pads and snow and ice cleats. I believe these were off of an RD7, but not exactly sure. I am not sure how many are there and if it is a complete set. I would like $600 for the pads and cleat set. I would like $300 for the 30 undercarriage parts.
Grant 715-9sixsix-three1seven1
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3 years 3 weeks ago #189188 by gvoerm
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Refreshing post, I would definitely consider offers is the price seems unreasonable.

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3 months 1 day ago #229155 by gvoerm
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Refreshing this, I still have them and if no one wants them I just may scrap the 30 parts. Make me an offer.
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3 months 1 day ago #229156 by gvoerm
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There is also a decent left fender for a 30 that I would like to sell.
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Grant

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3 months 1 day ago #229158 by Mike Meyer
Grant, do you know a way to get the 30 parts over to Molalla in Oregon in the next 12 months for a reasonable price?

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3 months 1 day ago #229176 by gvoerm
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Mike,
I am not aware of a way to get the parts to Oregon.
Grant

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3 months 18 hours ago #229184 by neil
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Use Fastenal

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Neil

Pittsford, NY
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3 months 17 hours ago #229185 by Mike Meyer
Roughly how much do you think it would cost Neil, for those 2 track frames, with Fastenal? I had wondered if someone was running over to Brooks later this year, from that area, or through that area, if they could be thrown onto a trailer or pickup, obviously I'd be happy with helping with gas money.
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Mike

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2 months 4 weeks ago #229201 by neil
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Everything I've ever sent seems to be around 500 clams. I'm getting a hydraulic control sent from Scott and that's about what it's going to be, because it's basically 500# and fits on a 4x4 pallet. Two track frames would equate to two pallets-worth length-wise so it might be more like 750 to 1k. If they could be picked up in one forklift movement, then it might be a bit cheaper. It's when it's harder to handle it goes up, weight and dimensions not-withstanding.

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Neil

Pittsford, NY

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2 months 4 weeks ago #229202 by Mike Meyer
OK, thanks for that info Neil, looking on Google Maps it's 30 hours drive over to Oregon, it's a long way, and there will be some weight in those track frames as you know, and awkward shape to try and pack and ship. Truckers like pallets and bins, not long odd shaped items that can't be secured easily, those frames would sit nicely in the back of a pick up though, I just hate seeing and hearing of good parts going to China as scrap in the USA, when I need them here in Oz to save my old boat anchors.
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Mike

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