There's a 800 Great Bend, which is the same as a Case 70 for $800. My nephew has a IH 2000 which is the same as a 70 Case for $750. Neither one has a weld on them. I had the IH on a 800 for a while last summer. Good loaders!! I've had one since I bought a new one in 71. First on a 800, Since 80 on my 1030. Loaded thousands of square bales with it plus hundreds of loads of poo!!
Re: 930 front loader advice in reply to Brokengun, 11-15-2012 13:26:13
East central South Dakota, 80 miles north of Sioux Falls. The brackets are easy to make but most will adapt to fit Case tractors. Great Bend and Case made extensions so they would fit 6 cylinder tractors. Easy to make also.
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