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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: What to buy Case 450c or Deere 450G

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jdtractor

02-01-2014 15:38:30
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I don't have a hard on for deere. I do know that Ive done heavy dirt work all my life with heavy equipment, such as pipeline, and heavy highway dirt jobs. U seldom see case out there doing heavy dirt work, the others I run equipment with don't like them either, there weak and gutless compared to the other brands. When I do see case they are doing light work lite clean up and easy work. where there is dirt to be moved u had better start early and figure on a long day. BEEN there and as I said earlier seen it.

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Case Nutty 1660

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 Re: What to buy Case 450c or Deere 450G in reply to jdtractor, 02-01-2014 15:38:30  
they are far from gutless, for their size they have plenty of power, I too have run and used them for 45 years, the JD units are good as well but lets be real gutless I really doubt you ever ran one much if any



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jdtractor

02-01-2014 18:32:26
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 Re: What to buy Case 450c or Deere 450G in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 02-01-2014 17:25:16  
I think you are the 1 that's windy. Ive got more hours then your years running dozers and I stand by what I said they are OVERRATED.I m not going to argue with someone.U can have your opinion and I have mine I will stick with JOHN DEERE.



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 Re: What to buy Case 450c or Deere 450G in reply to jdtractor, 02-01-2014 15:38:30  
I've heard operators say the Case is a far better machine too. 450's of any make aren't used for heavy work regardless, so I don't know what you're comparing them too. When there's a lot of dirt to move, you see Cat and Komatsu. Would be nice to know what year each machine is. I think a Case 450C is older than JD 450G. The JD's also had a choice of direct drive or torque converter transmission. Also don't put a lot of faith in what an hour meter says.

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