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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

AC track loader

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glen sw wi

07-28-2014 17:18:10

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Way back in the mid 50s I used to drive an AC track loader for a wrecking company which also had a commercial dump. Would like to know what the model was. It had arms on each side of the driver. You actually sat down between the arms that were attached to the bucket. Sitting down between the arms when a hyd cylender let go wasn't a pleasent experience. Had a full bucket load of broken concrete at full elevation when the leak occured. Nothing like getting covered with hot hyd fluid and no place to go. Help with the identity and pictures would be greatly appreciated.

Just an old guy reliving the past.


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07-30-2014 20:41:45

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 Re: AC track loader in reply to glen sw wi, 07-28-2014 17:18:10  

Here are some pictures of an HD9G

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08-02-2014 13:44:26

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 Re: AC track loader in reply to CTucker, 07-30-2014 20:41:45  
Thanks Ctucker but, that is not the machine. The one I drove had heavy arms that came almost straight up from the bucket and then back to the pivot point toward the rear of the seat. You actually sat down between the arms. Had to crawl over them to get into the seat.

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