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Volvo/Scat Trak

Volvo/Scat Trak

Volvo Construction Equipment. The oldest industrial company in the world still involved in construction machines. Surprised? It’s not well known that they have roots so deep. In 1832, when Johan Theofron Munktell founded a company at the age of 27, the industrial revolution was hardly a spark. From his invention of Sweden’s first printing press to the machinery utilized for making coins, Mr. Munktell embraced mechanical technology. A life-long pursuit that had his company, Munktell, soon building steam locomotives which led to steam powered construction equipment even before tractors became the norm.

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  1. Axle Bearing and Seal Kit for replacement on Volvo Skid Steers

    Axle Bearing and Seal Kit for replacement on Volvo Skid Steers

    Item #: LPSTRAKBRG-KITV

    LPS Price: $92.57
    • This Kit fits the Volvo MC60, MC70, MC80, & MC90 Skid Steer Loaders.
    • Kit includes: 2 Bearings, 2 Seals, and 2 Races for 1 Axle.  You would need 4 Kits to do all 4 Axles on a machine.
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  2. Axle & Bearing Seal Kit for replacement on Scat Trak Skid Steers

    Axle & Bearing Seal Kit for replacement on Scat Trak Skid Steers

    Item #: LPSTRAKBRG-KITST

    LPS Price: $92.57

    This Kit fits the Scat Trak 1000HD, 1300HD, 1700HD, 1300C, 1500C, 1700C, 1800C, 1300D, 1350, 1500D, 1750D, and 2000D Skid Steer Loaders.

    Kit includes: 2 Bearings, 2 Seals, and 2 Races for 1 Axle.  You would need 4 Kits to do all 4 Axles on a machine.

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  3. Hex Lock Nut for Volvo and Scat Trak Axles

    Hex Lock Nut for Volvo and Scat Trak Axles

    Item #: LPS11841615

    LPS Price: $14.48

    Hex Lock Nut for Volvo and Scat Trak Axles. 

    Replaces Volvo part 1841615 and Scat Trak part 8310223.

    Lock Nut, Jam Nylon, 1 1/2-12

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About Volvo/Scat Trak

Volvo Construction Equipment. The oldest industrial company in the world still involved in construction machines. Surprised? It’s not well known that they have roots so deep. In 1832, when Johan Theofron Munktell founded a company at the age of 27, the industrial revolution was hardly a spark. From his invention of Sweden’s first printing press to the machinery utilized for making coins, Mr. Munktell embraced mechanical technology. A life-long pursuit that had his company, Munktell, soon building steam locomotives which led to steam powered construction equipment even before tractors became the norm.