JS130

The old JS is getting ready for new boots, does anyone know the cheapest place for the full works... chains, sprockets, top rollers please.
Someone said they are the same as Hitachi? but don't know about that?
 

Bob1234

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Replaced the chains & sprockets on my JS130 in November. I think it was £2000 including new bolts. From local supplier
 

Thomas5060

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Livestock Farmer
Have you tried your local JCB dealer? Probably a rip off but they could surprise you. When we put tracks on our EX30 in 2016 the Hitachi dealer came in around £150 per track cheaper than anyone else. Maybe worth a try
 
Tried JCB, promised to email quote through but nothing yet surprise.. I will try itstrac tomorrow, they sound promising.

Got a price for full set of s/h £2250???? Admittedly with pads but really??
 

Zetor

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Location
Northumberland
How many hours has it done? If it’s on it’s original berco chains then I assume you’ve done roughly around 6000 hrs, if so then I would recommend replacing the idlers.
 
How many hours has it done? If it’s on it’s original berco chains then I assume you’ve done roughly around 6000 hrs, if so then I would recommend replacing the idlers.
Its one Ive just picked up to replace a Robex 130-3, It must be on original chains only 4000 on her, but looks like she's been in sand or road grit as the cabs all pocked and the slides are well out although the chains aren't through at all? A lot of of our ground is pretty wet with big stones in the and rocks in the subsoil which pops a worn chain off for fun, but not so fun getting her wound back on in all the gutters!
 

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