JD350 thru JD350D Serial Numbers

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Re: JD350 thru JD350D Serial Numbers

Post by Lavoy » Mon Feb 17, 2020 4:19 pm

Yeah, unless it is in mud or snow, that thing is going to burn steering clutches like no tomorrow. Good looking crawler, just would get rid of those pads immediately unless your conditions merit them.
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Re: JD350 thru JD350D Serial Numbers

Post by B Town » Mon Feb 17, 2020 4:24 pm

SMG wrote:
Mon Feb 17, 2020 2:18 pm
its getting picked up tomorrow its $7600 hope its a good deal LOL... I tried to find others to compare but in california I don't see anything. I did find a used cage for it which hopefully is still available.

Sounds like it was well bought. A ROPS would really finish that rig off!
Good luck to you, Bruce

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Re: JD350 thru JD350D Serial Numbers

Post by Jim B » Mon Feb 17, 2020 6:06 pm

Looks good, should do a lot of work for you.

I'm with Lavoy and B Town on the track pads. If you keep them use care or it will get expensive. A good sized highway/earthwork construction company I worked for years ago had a 983 (D8 size, 6 yd. bucket) Cat crawler loader, along with a lot of other Cat equipment. It was a good, dependable machine with a first class operator on it. The owner of the company decided it needed grousers like the D8s so it would be faster loading shot ledge and hard borrow; he thought the tracks spun too much. Against the advice of the master mechanic, guys the worked on the Cats, the operator, and the Cat dealer; he directed it be done. A major final drive repair and replacing steering clutches less then 500 hours later got the street pads back on it and problems went away.

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Re: JD350 thru JD350D Serial Numbers

Post by SMG » Mon Feb 17, 2020 7:01 pm

I hear ya on that, where is a good place to get them.

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Re: JD350 thru JD350D Serial Numbers

Post by Jim B » Tue Feb 18, 2020 7:03 am

Give Lavoy a phone call, he may have a source or a recommendation. Most of the undercarriage suppliers have warehouses and/or ship all around the country. Your local JD dealer (or Case, Cat, etc.) might have some options besides OEM JD pads and bolts.

And I should be correct; they are called OPEN CENTER 3 BAR SHOE in the JD catalog. I wasn't thinking of that when I posted, they are just often referred to as street pads around here. The street pads, in the catalog, are actually the rubber pads that bolt to the steel pads.

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Re: JD350 thru JD350D Serial Numbers

Post by Jason Z in MO » Fri Aug 14, 2020 12:18 pm

Been a long time since I was on this site, hope all are doing well. About a week ago I purchased a 350c and it add to the 700,000 serial number mystery, this also is one of the late models. TO350CB713628. Looks to be an earlier one then previously posted to the site. Once I remember how to post pictures I will send a few.

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