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We had to replace one on a 8820 T2 after the inspection revealed it to be broken. The JD mech. caught it before it failed completely.
A few years later we noticed one walker had a crack in it so we removed all of them and had a small reinforcement plate welded onto each one. It's hard to describe what we did but it was recommended by a former JD mech. Be sure to mark the walkers so they stay in the same order as they came out.
It's best to park the combine on a incline so the front is higher than the rear if you can. We removed the top and bottom sieves and it makes it easier to lay in there to work if it is more level.
 
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