TRACK ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT (Sheet 4 of 10)
Using 1-5/16 inch socket with hinge handle and
extension, loosen nut (G) securing centerguide
Using sledge hammer, strike centerguide (J) to
Remove nut (G), centerguide (J), cap (K), and
Using tool handle, loosen both track fixtures (D).
Using crowbar to support track, remove fixtures
(D). Let track fall free to separate.
Start engine and put transmission in R
Move steering control handle away from track
being removed. Use brake to control slow speed
until track is off sprocket (L).
If track is to be replaced and roadwheels are
still on track, position new track (A) to mate
with old track (B) as shown.
If roadwheels are on ground (old track (B)
removed), use plank (C) as shown.
If plank (C) or similar object is not
available, dig a hole under first
few links of new track.
Make sure new track (A) is in line with
Go on to Sheet 5