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    Default Mitsubishi Dozer BD2G tracks won't move

    The dozer hasn't moved in more than a year. Now when I put it in gear and let out the clutch it won't break free. The tracks won't move at all. Tried to break it loose by pulling it with another tractor and broke the chain.
    Advice please.

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    Default Re: Mitsubishi Dozer BD2G tracks won't move

    If I let mine sit too long, the tracks get real stiff...

    What about penetrating oil on all the links?

    I now will start and run it with the tracks in the air... blade and ripper down... and run it it through it's paces... seems to keep everything free and ready to use.

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    Default Re: Mitsubishi Dozer BD2G tracks won't move

    It's something internal. Rusted or stuck something. If I run the motor full trottle, 1st gear and let out the clutch I could probable kill the motor. It won't budge.

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    Default Re: Mitsubishi Dozer BD2G tracks won't move

    Quote Originally Posted by ddouglas56 View Post
    It's something internal. Rusted or stuck something. If I run the motor full trottle, 1st gear and let out the clutch I could probable kill the motor. It won't budge.
    Does your model have external contracting brake bands?

    I've seen one time where the bands had bonded to the wear surface...

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    Default Re: Mitsubishi Dozer BD2G tracks won't move

    Your brake bands are rusted to the steering clutch drums, among other things. Responsible ownership dictates you don't let machinery stand idle for too long without starting and moving it, even just a little. Time to start dissasembly.
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