The Allis Chalmers HD5 crawler dozer and HD5G crawler loaders used the same steering clutches.  They originally used qty 10 each of the fiber and qty 10 each of the steel discs. You can repair your clutches with either the original fiber discs or upgrade your clutches with bimetallic discs, which give longer life and are less prone to bonding to the steel discs and seizing up your clutch pack.  You certainly will not break any teeth off of the bimetallic discs!  We also can provide the new springs for your steering clutches.

To make the upgrade and conversion to the bimetallic friction discs, you need qty 12 bimetallic discs and 12 steel plates. If your steel plates are good, you only need to purchase two steel plates to go with the 12 bimetallic discs per clutch. Upgrading to the bimetallic disc pack does cost more and you are the only one that can make the decision between the two different styles of clutch packs.  For some people the labor and inconvenience involved in future steering clutch repair is not a consideration, while for others it is very important. 

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Contact John Parks at 1-208-342-8911
General Gear and Machine, 733 Desert Wind Rd.,
Boise, Idaho, 83716  US

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