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Case 450B or Case 450C

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Bob

12-21-2002 04:37:22
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I am looking at and made opening offers on a CASE 450B and CASE 450C dozers with short tracks and 6 way blades.
Would appreciate some input on what the DIFFERENCE is between the two dozer models and what I should LOOK OUT for on each dozer model.
Year 1980 - 450B claims 2700 hours, 95% undercarriage, says its tight.
Year 1985 - 450C claims 3910 hours, 90% undercarriage. Engine work done on it, Cummins engine with new rod and main bearings, new engine oil pump. claims excellent dozer.
Any input will help save what ever little hair I have left on top of my head.
Happy Holidays and thank you for your input.

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Max

12-21-2002 15:44:47
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 Re: Case 450B or Case 450C in reply to Bob, 12-21-2002 04:37:22  
I would be leary of the 450C since its had engine work at less than 4000 hours. It must have been ran hard. When I was a Service Rep for Case, a lot of the dealers complained about the 3.9 CDC engine for the only parts and labor they were selling on them were filters and oil.



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