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Re: 644 case

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Tom Arnold

11-07-2012 21:18:56

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Condition and location are both major factors. A good running 644 that is 100 percent complete and in decent condition could bring $2500.00 or as little as $1500.00.

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11-10-2012 06:07:01

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 Re: 644 case in reply to Tom Arnold, 11-07-2012 21:18:56  
Tom what is the rated lifting capibility of these with out breaking front axle I have unlimited weight to put on the back to hold it down is why I ask and do not want to do more than it was made for thanks. Also it does not seem to move in rev like forward pedal has to be all the way before it will move also seems like it struggles to move sometimes? What to do to fix? thanks

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Tom Arnold

11-10-2012 07:50:22

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 Re: 644 case in reply to Earlj, 11-10-2012 06:07:01  
The loader is rated at 600 LBS to full height. However, it will lift more than that providing the tractor is properly weighted.

First off, the tires can be loaded with RimGuard and triple wheel weights can also be added to increase overall stability whee it counts. Then a very large counterweight can be added to the rear. Some owners have put 500 LBS back there and claim they can lift 1000 LBS with the loader.

Do not worry about the front axle because it is designed to handle 3000 LBS of static weight.

As for your other problem, that is probably in the foot pedal linkage. Drop me an e-mail and I can hook you up with a document that explains what needs to be done.

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11-11-2012 06:33:22

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 Re: 644 case in reply to Tom Arnold, 11-10-2012 07:50:22  
Email wont work or I dont know whay iam doing, Thanks for the help though

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Tom Arnold

11-11-2012 10:39:08

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 Re: 644 case in reply to Earlj, 11-11-2012 06:33:22  
e-mail me at

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