Do all 350 dozers have a reverser filter?

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Do all 350 dozers have a reverser filter?

Post by skeetertom » Thu Mar 17, 2011 4:53 pm

I don't see a filter on my 350D but have heard others mention to change them. If mine does have one where is it located?
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Post by KenP » Thu Mar 17, 2011 6:23 pm

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reverser filter

Post by dozingdozer » Fri Mar 18, 2011 7:31 am

Totally agree with KenP, a manual will save you a boatload of time. Not sure about the 350d, but the filter should be at the lowest point in the reverser. cover is removed by 4 bolts. look under your reverser on right side of machine. NAPA carries these by me. they are paper and get gummed up in a hurry.
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Post by KenP » Fri Mar 18, 2011 8:21 am

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Post by Rick Kr » Fri Mar 18, 2011 10:53 am

KenP wrote:Yep, just looked up the 350D reverser on the Deere Parts site. Reverser filter looks like the same arrangement as earlier 350's.
Right on the bottom, mounted horizontally and accessible via a cover on the right side.
Ken have to laugh a little at your post, ...accessible via a cover on the right side...

Am I the only one with arms an inch too short to easily get to the reverser? At 6'5" I thought my arms were plenty long enough.
Ended up resting my chin on the track, then reaching through the track with the socket wrench. Those four bolts sure took a long time!!! Then wiping out the reverser. That job took a lot longer than I thought.

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Post by bonker81 » Fri Mar 18, 2011 11:41 am

Rick Kr wrote:
KenP wrote:Yep, just looked up the 350D reverser on the Deere Parts site. Reverser filter looks like the same arrangement as earlier 350's.
Right on the bottom, mounted horizontally and accessible via a cover on the right side.
Ken have to laugh a little at your post, ...accessible via a cover on the right side...

Am I the only one with arms an inch too short to easily get to the reverser? At 6'5" I thought my arms were plenty long enough.
Ended up resting my chin on the track, then reaching through the track with the socket wrench. Those four bolts sure took a long time!!! Then wiping out the reverser. That job took a lot longer than I thought.

Rick
Agreed. At 6'3" i had to close my eyes and press my face into the side of the track. left a goofy mark, but yes the filter is "accessible" through side.
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Post by skeetertom » Fri Mar 18, 2011 8:37 pm

Thanks guys, I have a manual but still could not see it, did not look hard enough I guess. Radiator is fixed, hoses and belt replaced and I am hoping to move some dirt this weekend!!! :lol:

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