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Bought some torsion springs from a guy and he said there new. He bought them for his thunder cat but didn’t use them. He said they might be big boy springs? Have the part number but cat find info on them?? These are square ones . My old ones are round . Thanks ..



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Fits a lot and that’s a valid part number.
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Thanks . There not big boy springs then


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Nope, original Cat
 

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You can try them. They should be stiffer than what you have and you can always put in bigger spring adjusters. They are stiffer as you can see from what they fit. May not be ideal but should work.
 

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Thanks, I have to replace a bogey wheel anyways. Bought a few new cat wheels and one of them there’s a chuck out of it. Thanks for the info.


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Going to change out the torsion spring. Don’t want to pull the hole skid out. Going to attempt it.







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Got them off. Going to have to pull the skid out to change a new damage cat idler wheel. Extra work. Got it back together. The old spring had a offset in it don’t no why.







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