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most tracks are put back on by laying out the track and attaching one end to the drive sprocket and slowly driving along the track until you only have to lift one or two tread plates to get the pin back in. Make sure the adjuster is let well off before hand
Speak to JCB and ask them to fax over the parts breakdown for this block. It's aluminium, and we had a split in the block which a specialist welder repaired for us. It has to be a specialist otherwise the block will twist or distort and the many little rubber seals will not work properly afterwards. Worth getting a new seal kit from jcb, about £80 i think.