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Galion Grader 104 03 Oct 2021 09:52 #226327

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With grader hubs,they are either stuck hard ,or fall off with the keyway flogged out......i think it was Tilleys had an exchange program for rebuilt wheels ......but thats for Cats ......nothing for odd Galions....Driving them on bitumen is really hard on them ,all the wheels are tied together ,no differential ,and a sharp turn on bitumen will leave black rubber dust all over the road.

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Galion Grader 104 07 Dec 2021 11:50 #229109

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Well she’s alive, and ready for the truck

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