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Case 850 Crawler Loader

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07-16-2010 18:17:24

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I'm in the market for a crawler loader backhoe, however they seem to be few and far between here in MN. I did happen to stumble across a Case 850 crawler loader without a backhoe for an asking price of $3000. I could probably get it for less. It runs and works very well and was owned by an old farmer who recently passed away. His imediate family is selling the farm and equipment.

Good buy?

What would be involved with adding a backhoe? (I have excellent fabrication abilties)

Thanks for the help!


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07-19-2010 19:08:41

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 Re: Case 850 Crawler Loader in reply to lms, 07-16-2010 18:17:24  
I"d buy it if it runs for that price. Hell, it"d be worth that in scrap at least.

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07-19-2010 10:00:11

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 Re: Case 850 Crawler Loader in reply to lms, 07-16-2010 18:17:24  
You need a power beyond valve for the hydraulics to run the backhoe but first you need to find a correct backhoe. Then you'll need the mounts to attach the backhoe. You want the hoe to be easily removed because leaving it on when doing lots of loader work changes the balance of the machine and also slows it down. $3000 seems like a really low price for a decent running 850. I'd still get someone experienced with crawlers to check it over regardless. What may seem like a good deal in the beginning could end up costing thousands and thousands in repairs. What's the undercarriage like? That's usually the single biggest repair cost but not always. Dave

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