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Progress on My 445 CK

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Adirondack case guy

03-29-2014 17:00:48
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Well,
I called the son yesterday and asked him to come up today, ang get the cab and loader mounted in my project tractor, dubed (445 Custom King).
All went well in my nice reclaimed shop, and I now have a lot more floor space. The 445 is far rom done. I have to route a completely new hyd system, based on a 30gpm front mtd. pump, fabed resivoir, priority valve for fabed hydrostatic steering, and a combination of a 3 spool, plus a two spool, with orbit motor capabilities, and the original hyd system for the 3pt. and a rear remote.
Still have some cosmetic fabing to do on the rear fender/fuel tank area, to make it look better.
Also have to fab up hyd lines and fittings on the loader boom, for loader functions, including the thumb on the bucket.
The loader boom and part of the frame was built by Swartz and built to fit Oliver 1650's etc. I cut it all apart, cut it down and welded it back together to fit the 445. The bucket is off of a Freeman loader, that was junk when I aquired it. I cut the bottom out of it and fitted new steel and a new cutting edge to it. Also constructed the Thumb to lift logs and such with.
All this was done about 15 years ago.
FINALLY, I'm getting time and a shop to complete the project. See final pics. about Oct. 2014. HeHe.

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Don Rudolph

03-31-2014 06:17:29
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 Re: Progress on My 445 CK in reply to Adirondack case guy, 03-29-2014 17:00:48  
Loren,

Thanks for the update. I'm anxious to see how it performs when completed. Don



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NickatKY

03-30-2014 07:22:03
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 Re: Progress on My 445 CK in reply to Adirondack case guy, 03-29-2014 17:00:48  
Looks nice !!!!
Nick



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Case Nutty 1660

03-29-2014 17:42:52
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 Re: Progress on My 445 CK in reply to Adirondack case guy, 03-29-2014 17:00:48  
She is coming along nicely Bro!! that will be a handy unit for sure, chat with you again soon' cnt



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Paul A Young

03-29-2014 17:10:42
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 Re: Progress on My 445 CK in reply to Adirondack case guy, 03-29-2014 17:00:48  
Sounds as if you have your work cut out for you ! Bet at will be great when you are done.



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Adirondack case guy

03-29-2014 17:29:25
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 Re: Progress on My 445 CK in reply to Paul A Young, 03-29-2014 17:10:42  
My son told me that I had to finish it while I still could, as knowone else could ever figure out what I was building, and how to make it work. HeHe.
Loren



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Paul A Young

03-29-2014 18:47:06
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 Re: Progress on My 445 CK in reply to Adirondack case guy, 03-29-2014 17:29:25  
Good point you better stay with it,most people may scratch their head a little when looking at your Johnny Cash Case !!!Lol



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