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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: Case 1010 agriculture crawler

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Jim Grimm

02-01-2014 09:13:04

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George what were the last AG crawlers built by CASE. kind of looking for on on my farm,for plowing.

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Jim Grimm

02-01-2014 18:05:26

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 Re: Case 1010 agriculture crawler in reply to Jim Grimm, 02-01-2014 09:13:04  
Case nutty did the 1450 also have a AG crawler. If so what years did they make them. Are there some around and what price range.Or would an older cat crawler be better.

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Case Nutty 1660

02-01-2014 18:30:41

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 Re: Case 1010 agriculture crawler in reply to Jim Grimm, 02-01-2014 18:05:26  
as far as I know the 1010 units were the last big crawlers sold as a farm unit, but the 1450's were used to pull scrapers packers ect and drawbar applications, if you are planning on really loading it for a lot for hours of heavy drawbar work I would suggest going to a older CAT with a std trans so that you get away from the convertor heating issues, I have seen 1450's in the 20,000-40,00 range depending on years condition ect

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Case Nutty 1660

02-01-2014 16:00:46

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 Re: Case 1010 agriculture crawler in reply to Jim Grimm, 02-01-2014 09:13:04  
Jim, the 1010 units were very good crawlers but the powershift is a bit ruff shifting in a farm type setting, not saying they wont work just wanted you to know, this was well know to us a CASE dealers, if you want to go more HP you could buy a 1450 they are 150HP with the CASE 504 engine and have the same trans type as the 100/1010 units have, they also have a unique feature as you can turn them like a skid steer loader by putting one track in FWD and one in REV and they turn within their own length

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