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Old 03-15-2018, 05:37 PM
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manchu9inf
 
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Well, i finally got the MATO plastic track to stay on better than it was. Before the last November battle, I took my hammer and hit the track pins from both sides against my vise and that really seemed to set the track pins in very nicely. I didn't hit the tracks like i was Paul Bunyan, but just used the weight of the hammer to fall on the track pins from about a height of 6-8 inches. that and using the incorrect MATO idler wheel has really increased the reliability of the tracks now.
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