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    I know the place well great steaks . I appreciate your response, I threw a track today but with 3 people we managed to get the machine up and the track back on I'm going to post a picture of it because even though it was 3 of us it was easier than my max 4 tracks. If you were in the service I want to thank you, my son is now out of the marines his mos was flying drones 5 lbs to 17,000 lbs. the wife and I are glad he's home he now helps run the business. I have 3 guys that come down from main, they book a hunt every year hunt, they do the mid air fueling of the fighter jets. I'll stick to flying my little drone and taking videos with that. I can't thank you enough for your service and your reply. If there is ever anything I can do for you please call, and if you like fishing let me know I have some clients that come from the keys every year and lake oakachobee. Thanks again Bob Carter. (302) 218-1086
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    Larry sorry to bother you with something off the aatv topic. But I see the dozer and the job with the corps so maybe you can help. I own a mk125 n Morooka tracked special purpose tractor that is a grey machine shipped threw Canada. I'm having a real hard time finding info on the machine since its made in Japan. I've searched all over and made the calls to their headquarters with no replies. It has floating bogies but I can't find out which kind, cat made a floating bogie system but it doesn't look the same. There's a picture on the site of my machine with my max4 and max2. If you know anything about them give me advise please. I know it's off the aatv topic but I can see the dozer in your pic so it's a start.
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    Larry, It's taken a while and a lot of busted knuckles but I've got the max on the road. Although initially I thought I had some gearbox issues what I found was that when shifting I wasn't getting box sides of the gearbox engaged. Newbie error right?
    Anyway, I'm curious about how much effort is required when pulling back on the steering levers? It seems to me that it takes a lot of effort. So much effort that I'm sure a young kid probably wouldn't have the strength to use the controls. Or are my bands worn out and causing my extra effort. It seems like it doesn't matter which direction I'm going as the effort seems to be about the same.
    How much effort does it take to turn your machine?
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About Dozerlarry
Retired commercial airplane and helicopter pilot and hold an A&P certificate. Born in Mississippi but have converted to the Florida lifestyle!
Crestview Florida
aviation, off-roading, working on my Porsche 944, working on my D2 Cat,
Heavy Equipment operator for the Corps of Engineers
1996 Max 4, 1970 Gamagoat, Honda Fourtrax, 1953 Caterpillar D2


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