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This will allow all of our members to see your question and give you the best chance to be answered. After you've made a number of posts you will graduate to Full Member status where you'll see a few more privileges. Following these guidelines will help make this the best resource for heavy equipment on the net. Thanks for joining us and I hope you enjoy your stay!! Welcome to HeavyEquipmentForums. Joined: Oct 30, Messages: 18 Location: Michigan. Hi Everyone! I'm looking for a 'budget' backhoe for some land improvement in preparation for building a house.
This will include moving some fill around, digging up stumps, etc - perhaps more fun than work. I'm handy with tools and work on my own vehicles but never worked on heavy equipment or hydraulics.
The hour meter is showing 46xx hours but I'm unsure if the mapbox raster tiles is working. I'll be meeting the owner this weekend to test.
The machine looks overal OK to me for the age but I really don't know what I'm looking at. What is the difference between the shuttle trans and the hydrostatic trans? How can I tell which it has? At first glance I noticed there are a few leaks on some fittings and the exhaust manifold has a hole from rusting though. Owner says he used it 10 times in the past 4 years, all the pins are tight except for the right and left swivel.
Says the front tires are newer. I noticed one of the rear tires has some cracking in it. It has a cab but not all the glass is there. I did notice a heater also. Any advice you can give me would be great. Maybe k, :beatsme Thats a pretty old machine Thats what I would offer him around here Joined: Aug 4, Messages: Location: Texas.
A 76 backhoe is a real old machine,that old it will be probally be a 4 speed, maybe a clutch I've never been on a machine that old personally.
The only reason why I asked about the transmission was that there are two models listed on the Case parts website. Just got one An old Case tractors never get never gets tired, it's the owner that gets exhausted!Fully synchronized 4-speed forward reverse shuttle. Front mounted, positive displacement, gear-type tandem. Case K Loader Backhoe. Imperial Metric. Dimensions Backhoe. J Load Height - Std.
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K Reach From Swivel - Std. L Dig Depth - Std. Bucket Dig Force - Std. Bucket Dig Force - Ext. Reach From Swivel - Ext. Dig Depth - Ext. Reach At Load Height - Ext. Load Height - Ext.
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A Transport Length. B Transport Width. D Wheelbase. E Ground Clearance. Rear Wheel Tread Width - Min. Front Wheel Tread Width. I Dig Depth. Lift Capacity At Full Height. Bucket Capacity. Bucket Width.Log in or Sign up. Heavy Equipment Forums. Thank you for visiting HeavyEquipmentForums. Our objective is to provide industry professionals a place to gather to exchange questions, answers and ideas.
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Following these guidelines will help make this the best resource for heavy equipment on the net. Thanks for joining us and I hope you enjoy your stay!! Welcome to HeavyEquipmentForums. Joined: Nov 24, Messages: 18 Location: Maine. I've got a Case CK that is pretty well used. I'm changing the oil in the drive line and need some basic answers.
I've got a service manual for it but can't find what I need. There are 3 oil fill holes on the drive line. One in the very back over the differential.Production Series can be determined by serial number. Attachments and components such as backhoes, loaders or engines have individual serial numbers specific to the attachment or component.
See bottom of chart for more information. The letter after the model number denotes the Series. The letters "CK" follow all model machines and stands for Construction King.
Machine serial numbers for tractors up to the "E" series start with the numbers 8 or 9.
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The "E" series through the early "K" series serial numbers start with In the "K" series machine serial numbers begin with the letters JJG.
Attachments such as loaders and backhoes and components such as engines and transmissions have individual serial numbers. The following information is generally true for machines through the D series tractors. Equipment Parts Source, Inc. AJ Cindy I need help for my father in laws Case c backhoe, he needs directions how to install a digital dash. Jose I wanted to knwo the year my E was manufactured. Thanks Terry Palmer I just purchased a b backhoe and I'm trying to find out what model year it is.
The only numbers I could find on tags are 35 b and Any way to narrow it down? Can you tell me what year model this is. Dana Dow Where is the serial number found on a K? Have a CK which reads Model 33 Serial This does not match anything above. Can anyone help me place model and year so I can order manual william where would the serial be for this tractor?
It has a 4 in bucket on loader and a hydraulic thumb on hoe. I was wondering if standard manual or if I need a different manual is needed to repair or reference purposes. Thanks bill Where is the serial number found on a b? ZTrying to determine if my trailer can handle it or not.
Cindy where would I locate the serial number on a c machine? Serial Can you tell me date of manufacture? Where can I find the year in which this item was produced?
Is there a web site with lists for this? Jay Sergio Alberto Lopez Hernandez Hola que tal, actualmente estoy por adquirir dos equipos case L y M, cuyos numeros de serie son: JJG y JJG respectivamente Me gustaria saber si ustedes me pueden asesorar acerca de los numeros de serie de las maquinas y los numeros de motor, las caracteristicas de estos productos desde su fabricacion y por supuesto si no son equipos robados o buscados en algun pais.Siler I just purchased a ck model and was needing to know hat they weigh???
Also what problems should I watch for on these old dogs. I'm new to the backhoe game. This was bought to use on the farm only. It only has hours on it and is a d diesel. Looks to be in good shape.
Starts readily, does not smoke, etc. The brakes seem to leave something to be desired?? The shuttle is "gear drive". I understand the power shuttle gives trouble? With the machine jumping around during backhoe work the thrust bearings get broken then the shaft bearings fall out. Result worn shafts and housing -big bucks repair. Lift the front end with the bucket and look for vertical and lateral movement at the spindles.
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James E. Siler Thanks: I'll check it out!!!! Greasy Fingers G. Wilkins Hey James. In answer to your weight question, we just got one too. Coincidentally, also to use on the farm.
Will come in handy when we're doing up paddocks and the like. However, our Case is a C Construction King and I don't know how similar these models, never mind the difference in manufacture dates.
It comes in at 6 tons and ours is the extendahoe. Full loader bucket on front and it's 2WD if that makes a difference or helps. We're new at the Backhoe thing too. Going to get some manuals for it and play around to get the feel before we take out some houses or other fun targets.
Good luck, it's going to be an awesome tool for us. G Don I'm lead to believe, from others and my own experience, that the brake design is not very good. I'm in the process of replacing the brakes on my machine. What a mess, tranny fluid leaks out the shaft seal and right onto the brakes. Replacement costs for new brakes is excessively high- about Dale James, an old CK should weigh just a shade over 5 tons.
The C uses the same brake too, but has hydraulic instead of manual application, so they do a decent job there, even though the C is even heavier. Get an operators manual, it has good maintenance info Hope this helps Dale tom marshall : I'm lead to believe, from others and my own experience, : that the brake : design is not very good.Forum Rules.
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Case c specs mid seventies Hi. Does anybody have the specs like wieght, hp, extend-a-hoe reach, lift capacity, etc. I know the TC40D is not the same thing, and it is not apples to apples at all, but I still want to know. I used to have a c, and am wondering what my tradeoffs are going to be. Reply With Quote. Re: Case c specs mid seventies I'm not sure of the exact specs, but I know the capacities of a Case c will exceed the TC40A specs by a huge margin. Rough specs of a c, weight 14, lbs. Again, these are rough numbers, maybe someone else has exact specs, but these machines are clearly in different leagues.
Re: Case c specs mid seventies Engine hp is more like Hydraulic speed is gonna be faster on the C. The C was a very popular machine for Case. It was reincarnated in the D,E,F machines and made until the early 90's. Re: Case c specs mid seventies I have a C that I use to do projects on the farm and We also have and sell backhoes on new and used tractors at our dealership. Re: Case c specs mid seventies A is aa is a The C wasn't reincarnated into the smaller size tractor.
The C was revamped to a D. It was the same exact dipper, but with just a longer boom portion. All of the 's had a single right side mount boom cylinder.
All of the 's from B-E had twin cylinder over center boom design, they were all 14' class standard hoes. With optional 14'' hydraulic telescoping extendahoe as a second choice. The C had a 55hp cui Engine.Construction Equipment Guide covers the nation with its four regional newspapers, offering construction and industry news and information along with new and used construction equipment for sale from dealers in your area.
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