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Re: Removal of 755 backhoe attachment from 4500

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11-16-2012 15:17:25
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Wow. I come here for some simple info about hydraulic hoses, and now find out that I've got a completely different tractor than I thought I had, based on an irrelevant part of a photo. Now that's a helpful forum!

Is the 535 really, REALLY similar to the 4500? I've got a Ford 3400, 3500, 3550, 4400, & 4500 Operator's Manual and everything I've looked up has matched my tractor, once I found the right section. Also, any parts I've looked up on New Holland's website, such as filters, have been accurate. This is crazy. Hopefully, I've picked up a couple of dollars in value, not the other way around.

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If you say so, I believe you. I've never measured it, mostly because I don't know what position it needs to be in and what the starting and ending points are. I understand about the traction. It may be a welcome change from popping wheelies and having no steering on even the slightest hills. :) I want to remove it mostly to gain access to change the hydraulic hoses and to find out if the 3-point hitch works or not.

Again, you guys have been very helpful.

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