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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: International 3200 Series A Skid Steer

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08-02-2012 10:01:30

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When you do get one, write the battery type, near where the battery mounts. I think interstate batteries has a chart, that might give you the type, from the dimensions. I get most of the oddballs, from a company named Pasco, but that's here, in the mid atlantic. You might have a similar battery company, where you are located.

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08-02-2012 10:51:24

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 Re: International 3200 Series A Skid Steer in reply to Diydave, 08-02-2012 10:01:30  
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I found out that the original battery was made by Prestolite and there

battery division was sold to exide. Exide no longer makes that particular

battery but the closet battery type is a 3EE, which everyone seems

to make. Now I just need to remove the backhoe and see if the 3ee battery

would fit after some modifications to the battery box. It seems like height will be my problem.

Thanks for the info

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08-18-2012 11:41:48

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 Re: International 3200 Series A Skid Steer in reply to rlamoureux1960, 08-02-2012 10:51:24  
If the 3EE is a little too tall, you could try the 2EE. The 06 and 56 IHC tractors ran the 2E(6V)/2EE(12V) size batteries, the 66 series ran the 3E/3EE size batteries. So it would make sense that the loader would also use on of those size battery.

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08-18-2012 12:13:12

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 Re: International 3200 Series A Skid Steer in reply to scotc, 08-18-2012 11:41:48  
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Thanks I will look into the 2ee batteries

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