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Old 08-12-2018, 03:09 PM
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Default Bogert Tank Track Puller

Saw this on another forum.

The Bogert Tank Track Puller is a hydraulic track repair tool developed by Bogert International designed to make it easier, faster, and safer for crews to pull the tracks together when doing track repair.

Using a hydraulic pump, the operator can operate the track puller at a safe distance and away from danger while the tracks are being pulled together in a matter of seconds, compared to when using the standard mechanical jack which takes up to 30 minutes with high risk of injury.

http://armarin.nl/pull.mp4
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Default Re: Bogert Tank Track Puller

thanks for sharing. I am always looking for better mouse traps....
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Default Re: Bogert Tank Track Puller

Looks to me like a guy could build one (for a snowcat at least) from some steel and a porta-power. Make a frame to grab the track ends, then use a ram to push on the opposite ends and draw the tracks together... ???
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Default Re: Bogert Tank Track Puller

Sounds like a great snow cal summer clowder topic for a clowder that will never be closer to your house than the one you host next year.,.......

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Default Re: Bogert Tank Track Puller

Run a hose to the front or rear hydros!
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Default Re: Bogert Tank Track Puller

That looks like something I could use!
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Default Re: Bogert Tank Track Puller

I bought a set of the manual jacks from military surplus for 75 dollars They work great on my 1200 c spryte
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Default Re: Bogert Tank Track Puller

some work better than others on different machines. the pistenbully I use the screw clamp type that pb gave me and a very small 300lb chain puller is ideal for my snow trac.
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