My good friend has this dozer. He really knows nothing of it's particulars, and is wanting to sell it for $3500. He bought it and did what he wanted with it and now has no use for it and wants to buy a skid loader of some sort.
The track tread plates are worn plum out. Some of them are loose- I see it is some sort of bolts that hold them to what I think is called the "rail"- isn't that what you call the part of the "Chain" that the sprockets engage? The track is loose and I don't really know how much more adjustment is left. Possibly you can take links out of it_ I have no clue. Had thoughts of making new treads.....
He says it starts easily in even the coldest weather, and I believe him. It's a 4 cylinder gas engine. International is stamped prominently in the radiator grille and on the cast iron weight hanging off the rear end. Looks like any other tractor engine I have ever seen. Looks like tractor underbelly, too, except for the final drive where the axles that power the sprockets are located. It has provision for a drawbar, which is missing. I think I have something off of a big tractor that would just fit, with a little riggin'....
Haven't heard it run, yet. Just went and looked at it tonite cause I sure would like to play with it. Mostly to shove brush when I am cutting wood and things like that. No dirt work in my future.
No hydraulic leaks. I know he had the clutches worked on by a local, reputable heavy equipment guy who he is friends with. I will talk to that guy and see what he thinks about the machine.
It has a 6 way blade. All hydraulic. Blade cutting edge leaves a little to be desired. As you can see by the photos, no roll cage.
Anyone have a guess as to what this particular model is called or how old it is. Looks old to me, but the "all hydraulic" makes me unsure of exactly how old. There are some hardware store stick-on mailbox sized letters stuck to the hood that say "T-350" that someone put on the thing.
I have searched Youtube and find nothing to do with that model designation. What do you think it is, and what should I be leery of if I was to think of buying it.... besides I have no trailer to haul it on~~~
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