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Ford 755 Backhoe

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09-07-2013 14:21:16

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I am looking at a Ford 755 backhoe,owned by the county.The tranny is slipping,so it moves real slow.
A friend who works there said it had NEVER been serviced,and a complete servicing would probably fix it.
What do you guys think about it?

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Shaun Wallace

09-07-2013 18:48:25

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 Re: Ford 755 Backhoe in reply to tsimm, 09-07-2013 14:21:16  
There was a 755TLB. Built same time as 555, early mid 1980s. These were 4cyl turboed? weighted in excess of 15000#.

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09-07-2013 18:26:56

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 Re: Ford 755 Backhoe in reply to tsimm, 09-07-2013 14:21:16  
FYI: the hoe (only) is a 755.

Fortunately for sorting out what you really have, the only thing a 755 came attached to (AFAIK) is a 4500 (the tractor). There are multiple possible transmissions, though 4 speed power reversing seems a likely guess - but that's guessing. Better insight might be available if you could nail that down.

The loader (only) is a 740.

These numbers may help you search for more relevant information. For what it's worth (not much at all) my 753 hoe on a 4500 has a 6/4 manual, and my non-hoe 4500 has the 4 speed power reverse.

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