Case 9013 Final Drive

Part Number
KNA0767
164541A1
164693A1
164691A1
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New Case 9013 Final Drive

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If you’re not sure which final drive motor you need for your machine, contact us.

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and Dyco brands provide you with quality new replacement components options for most major makes and models of excavators and forestry swing machinery.

Their products are manufactured at world class OEM facilities in Europe, South Korea, and Japan, and distributed throughout the world market.

Excavator Final Drive Removal Replacement

Here are some tips to help with excavator final drive removal and correct connection of the hydraulic hoses.

The original machine manufacturers procedures should be followed when known.

How to remove final drive from excavator

  • Remove the track and loosen the sprocket bolts
  • Tip: It is much easier to loosen the sprocket bolts before removing the final drive
  • Remove the track motor cover plate from inside the undercarriage frame
  • Sling the final drive and take the weight: Caution: final drives can be very heavy
  • Mark the hydraulic hoses so you can later identify them
  • Remove the hoses and cap them, plug the ports on the track motor. It is very important to seal all hydraulic hoses and ports to prevent contamination of the hydraulic system.
  • From inside the track frame remove the bolts securing the final drive to the frame.
  • Swing out the final drive.

If the final drive is tight in the track frame do not hit the travel motor in an attempt to free it. It will damage the motor. Lever the final drive out from outside of the track frame.

Fitting a new final drive

Fitting a new final drive is the reverse of removal but pay special attention when connecting the pipes as incorrect fitting can cause an immediate failure of the travel motor.

Refer to the Bolt Torque Settings page when tightening bolts

Hydraulic pipe connections

Refer to Travel Port Motor Identification to safely identify the appropriate connections for your machine.

ATTENTION Case drain — Leak-off. All piston type hydraulic motors leak oil from the barrel and piston assembly (sometimes called the rotating group assembly) into the motor casing. Th