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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

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02-18-2014 08:55:51

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A local heavy equipment dealer has a CASE 850C tracked dozer on his yard. It has a regular dozer blade on front and a backhoe attachment on the rear. I've never even seen a picture of one of these. Are they that rare? Looks to be an 80's model dozer.

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02-19-2014 13:45:02

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 Re: You ever seen? in reply to mb58, 02-18-2014 08:55:51  
we sold dozens of CASE crawlers with dozers and backhoes in the 60's and 70's

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02-18-2014 22:41:23

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 Re: You ever seen? in reply to mb58, 02-18-2014 08:55:51  
Natural Gas companies in West Virginia use them a lot. Sold'em at auctions whenever they depreciated so much of their value that it paid to sell for tax write-off. I bid $10k on a Deere that sold for $18k. Didn't think it would go that high (20 yrs ago).

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02-18-2014 14:06:57

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 Re: You ever seen? in reply to mb58, 02-18-2014 08:55:51  
Just an attachment. Winch, ripper, hoe, arch, not rare, just not as common as TLB. You could even put a hoe in place of bucket on some loaders. Not just a Case thing, others did it too. Utility Co"s even put hoe"s on a truck chassis.

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