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grouser

[′grau̇s·ər]
(engineering)
A temporary pile or a heavy, iron-shod pole driven into the bottom of a stream to hold a drilling or dredging boat or other floating object in position. Also known as spud.
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We Couch Grousers number 50 million, an indisputable majority.
Less than half of the Grousers have, while only a quarter of Basic Browns say they have seen such labels.
grouser height for extended wear in all conditions.
The LTR 1220 comes with double grouser crawler pads, which are useful in off-road operation.
With standard boom, arm, bucket and triple grouser shoes, the DX350LC weighs 77,603 pounds and offers 54,012 pounds of breakout force.
Options include a wood-filled beavertail and ramps, or we can steel-plate them and attach grouser bars.
Proper flotation occurs when the grouser fully penetrates the ground without letting the track shoes go below the surface.
70m, a NLC travel mechanism with track gauge of 2000mm, B60 chains with triple grouser track pads of 500mm, and a heavy counterweight (2.
The machine is a tractor type crawler with triple grouser heavy-duty pads.
Stay on Track Grouser Center Pad Height Guide Thickness Thickness M1-Series 1/8 to 1/2 to Less than Tanks 1/4 5/8 15/16 (T158/T158LL (measured Track) 1 inch from top) M88-Series Less than 1/2 to N/A Recovery 1/2 to 5/8 Vehicle metal (measured exposure 1 inch from top) M 113-Series 1/8 to 1/8 to 1/8 to FOV 5/16 1/4 5/16 Srocket End Roadwheel Window Connector Path Thickness Thickness Rubber M1-Series N/A Less than More than Tanks 3/16 * 50% (T158/T158LL missing Track) from both inserts combined, or more than 50% from one insert M88-Series N/A 1/8 to N/A Recovery 3/16 Vehicle M 113-Series 1 5/8 to N/A N/A FOV 1 11/16 ** * M1-series tank end connectors aren't repairable, so there is no Condition Code F rating.
The crawlers incorporate Rexroth hydraulic motors to produce 200 hp at each crawler and 900 mm double bar grouser shoes are standard.
1/8-in to 1/4-in measured from the top of the bushing boss to the top of the grouser, Anything more than 1/4 inch is still OK to use.