Motor Grader Parts

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Heavy Duty Tire, LLC

14.00R-24 New Bridgestone 3 Star Wheel & Tire Air Assembly 1400R24, 1400Rx24 x4

Part Number: 14.00-24

  • This Listing Is For A 4 New 14.00R-24 Bridgestone V Steel K Traction 3 Star Radial Air Tire And Wheel Assembly.
  • $9,000.00
  • Heavy Duty Tire, LLC

    14.00R-24 New Bridgestone 3 Star Wheel & Tire Air Assembly 1400R24, 1400Rx24 x1

    Part Number: 14.00-24

  • This Listing Is For A 1 New 14.00R-24 Bridgestone V Steel K Traction 3 Star Radial Air Tire And Wheel Assembly.
  • $1,650.00
  • Heavy Duty Tire, LLC

    14.00R-24 New Bridgestone 3 Star Wheel & Tire Air Assembly 1400R24, 1400Rx24 x2

    Part Number: 14.00-24

  • This Listing Is For A 2 New 14.00R-24 Bridgestone V Steel K Traction 3 Star Radial Air Tire And Wheel Assembly.
  • $3,200.00
  • Alltech Pro, LLC

    Cat 8T4778 Lock Nut

    Part Number: 8T4778

  • Genuine Cat OEM Part | Cat Motor Grader Hardware Wear Parts
  • $0.65
  • Alltech Pro, LLC

    Cat 4K0367 5/8" Plow Nut PN625

    Part Number: PN625

  • Genuine Cat OEM Part | Cat Motor Grader Hardware Wear Parts
  • $0.23
  • Alltech Pro, LLC

    Cat 6Y5230HD Scarifier Heavy Duty Tooth

    Part Number: 6Y5230HD

  • Genuine Cat OEM Part | Bucket Tooth Wear Part Cat Style
  • $10.50
  • Alltech Pro, LLC

    Cat 6Y0309 Ripper Tooth

    Part Number: 6Y0309

  • Genuine Cat OEM Part | Penetration Bucket Tooth
  • $24.23
  • Alltech Pro, LLC

    John Deere T114792 Scarifier Adapter

    Part Number: T114792

  • Genuine John Deere OEM Part | John Deere Style Bucket Tooth Scarifier Shank
  • $29.90
  • Heavy Duty Tire, LLC

    14.00-24 New Pneumatic G2 12 Ply Tires, 14.00X24, 1400-24, 14X24, 140024, Tyres x1

    Part Number: 14.00-24

  • This Listing Is For (1) New 14.00-24 Camso Tlh532 Telehandler 12 Ply Pneumatic Tire Only Wheel Not Included.
  • $895.00
  • Reliable Aftermarket Parts

    AH159535

    Part Number: 1009243

  • LEFT HAND DRAPER BELT

  • $709.99
  • Reliable Aftermarket Parts

    AT168543 A/C COMPRESSOR

    Part Number: AT168543

  • No description is provided for this product.
  • $278.00
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    BRL40-0041

    Part Number: 5D4382

  • Valve

  • $82.99
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    6G8425

    Part Number: 6G8425

  • Valve

  • $77.99
  • Reliable Aftermarket Parts

    CSL60-0117

    Part Number: 2G0401

  • Expansion Valve

  • $48.99
  • Reliable Aftermarket Parts

    ELL70-0091

    Part Number: 1861525

  • Valve Group

  • $103.99
  • Alltech Pro, LLC

    Cat 6Y5230 Scarifier Tooth

    Part Number: 6Y5230

  • Genuine Cat OEM Part | Bucket Tooth Wear Part Cat Style
  • $10.50
  • Heavy Duty Tire, LLC

    14.00R-24 New Bridgestone Qty. 1 - 3 Star Tire 1400R24, 1400Rx24 Tyre

    Part Number: 14.00-24

  • This Listing Is For A 1 New Take Offs 14.00R-24 Bridgestone Vkt E2 Traction 3 Star Radial Tire Only.
  • $1,450.00
  • Alltech Pro, LLC

    Cat 8E6208 Pin

    Part Number: 8E6208

  • Genuine Cat OEM Part | Cat J200 Series Bucket Pin
  • $0.71
  • Alltech Pro, LLC

    Cat 8E6209 Retainer

    Part Number: 8E6209

  • Genuine Cat OEM Part | Cat J200 Series Bucket Tooth Retainer
  • $0.71
  • Alltech Pro, LLC

    Cat 9F5124 Scarifier Shank

    Part Number: 9F5124

  • Genuine Cat OEM Part | Cat Ripper Parts
  • $21.00
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    Motor graders form an essential part of many construction teams. They’re used to maintain dirt and gravel roads, flatten, and grade different services.


    Considering all the wear that these machines get exposed to, one would expect that they’d need part replacements regularly. However, motor graders are resilient vehicles and only rarely need to be repaired or replaced.


    Logically, some parts take more abuse than others and need more regular maintenance and repairs. Let’s take a closer look at some of these parts.


    The Blade

    Also known as the moldboard, the blade is one of the most affected machine parts. The moldboard is a large curved metal sheet with a sharpened lower edge.


    As the grader drives over the piece of terrain, the sharp edge of the blade removes any substrate above the desired height. Since this one part is responsible for most of the hard work, it also takes a lot of abuse.


    The blade can easily get worn down; when it does, it puts a lot more strain on the motor and other machine parts. Fortunately, it’s rarely necessary to replace the entire moldboard, as one can replace the sharpened edge, or have a new one fitted on top of the old one.


    Moldboard Brackets

    As we work backwards from the blade, the brackets also take quite the beating. Since the shocks and pressure from the moldboard are transferred back into the holders, they share nearly all the wear.


    When your brackets are no longer functioning well, and you need to replace them, ensure that you buy the right size for your machine and moldboard.


    The Circle

    Another part that takes a significant amount of strain every time the machine grades is the circle. The circle is a vital part of the grader’s arm and allows the moldboard to turn to the needed angle and location.


    Since, mainly, the force behind the blade gets transferred to the circle, and often at an odd angle, it takes a fair bit of wear.


    The chances are that an incredibly rough terrain might wear down the teeth with time. Especially so when you spend a lot of time grading at odd angles.


    The circle is one of the most frequently replaced grader parts. Whenever you inspect your grader, you should check that all the circle’s teeth are intact and not worn down.


    When to Replace Motor Grader Parts

    For many of these parts, you’ll be able to do repairs rather than buying new ones. Where the circle, or the brackets, are concerned, you’ll probably have to replace the part entirely. If you do need to change something out, remember to check the size and type carefully.


    When you’re not sure which size part your grader requires, get in touch with a professional. Inserting the wrong tool into your machine can be just as harmful as using a damaged part. Also, remember that any inefficient part puts extra strain on your device.