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tysonmatc2 is not online. Last active: 1/25/2013 12:03:35 PM tysonmatc2
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New Holland L785 Tracks Needed.... What do I do?
Posted: 01/23/2013 07:36 AM
Long story short I built a new house this past summer, come spring I am going to need to do some major landscaping in my 1/2 acre yard. I own a 1994 L785, put new tires on it, but my yard is 100% sand and it's about impossible to get around without tracks. My "buddy" had a bobcat 863 with tracks that we used but that is not a possibility this spring since we are no longer "buddies" after he made some bad choices. My thought was to maybe buy a set of tracks, use them over the spring/summer then resell them when I am done. Can I get away with flipping the rims on this skidsteer or will I for sure need spacers? And will the same 12" tracks for a bobcat work on these skidsteers...?
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Re: New Holland L785 Tracks Needed.... What do I do?
Posted: 01/23/2013 09:27 AM
tracks from Tracks plus and spacers from e-bay will cost you around 2000 , I would think after one summers home use you could resell them for about 75 percent of cost.

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Re: New Holland L785 Tracks Needed.... What do I do?
Posted: 01/25/2013 07:42 PM
With standard Grouser or Loegering tracks, you can dish the wheels the other way and be fine without spacers. Brian
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Re: New Holland L785 Tracks Needed.... What do I do?
Posted: 01/26/2013 04:30 PM
I know you can put the wheel on the other way but when I tried it on mine it didnt feel right.when I torqued the nuts. Kind of springy, so I didnt do it . Did you reverse yours Brian? If so did it work out ok?

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