You can use the mini excavator itself to lift up the sides. They come with or without blades attached to the back end, so here are two methods to do it.
This step-by-step guide will walk you through adjusting the track tension on mini excavators, like a John Deere 35G, when you replace the rubber tracks.
Mini excavators are versatile and built to take a pounding. Like any equipment, maintenance is key to prolonging its lifespan and usefulness.
Changing the tracks on your own mini excavator or heavy duty machine is easier than you think. With just these 3 tools you can learn how to do it yourself.
Get all the information you need to repair a John Deere 35G excavator in this guide on common maintenance and repair procedures.
Rubber and steel tracks will need to be swapped out from time to time. Replacing them yourself can be accomplished if you know what you are doing.