There are two kinds of mini excavator rollers on your John Deere 35D; bottom and top. While the bottom rollers bear the weight of the rig the job of the top, or carrier roller is to keep the track from contacting the excavator frame and becoming damaged as a result. It might not seem like a big deal but if the top roller seizes or becomes lose it can impact mini excavator performance, cause the track to be damaged by frame components, endanger the safety of the operator and lead to track failure. So it’s necessary to make sure someone inspects all the mini excavator rollers, including the top roller before your John Deere 35D is allowed to leave the yard.
If an inspection of the undercarriage of your 35D reveals a loose or otherwise malfunctioning top roller it’s imperative that you replace it immediately with this John Deere 35D top roller. Doing so will prevent a rash of more serious issues that could lead to your mini excavator being sidelined. With competition in the construction industry so intense you don’t want something as preventable as problems with your mini excavator rollers to be the cause of profit-devouring downtime. Always make sure you replace any malfunctioning carrier rollers with this John Deere 35D top roller and rest easy.