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Koehring 166 backhoe

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03-28-2002 18:01:10

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Loooking for hydraulic schematics, and electrical diagrams for this backhoe model #166-13 serial #10197-6...Any info on this machine would be appreciated.....


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03-29-2002 08:13:32

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 Re: koehring 166 backhoe in reply to Doug, 03-28-2002 18:01:10  
Holy cow! Ya mean somebody else actually has one of these things?
I was told mine was a prototype and there is no info for it anywhere.. Supposedly Koehring didn't actually produce them for long...Maybe, maybe not..?
Mine has a truck gearbox behind a reverser like a forklift would have, Perkins diesel, and all sorts of dig power.Full cab, heater, etc, mostly broken.
I'd love to see some diagrams or manuals myself.
GOod luck!

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04-02-2002 21:15:50

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 Re: Re: koehring 166 backhoe in reply to Truck, 03-29-2002 08:13:32  
Koehring 166 per my recollection was built by Bantam in Waverly Iowa. Vern Shield was the owner of Shield Bantam and sold out to Koehring I think in the mid/late '70's. Koehring was sold to a company which finally ended up as Terex. The Waverly factory is still in operation the last time I was through and builds the Lorain Crane now called Terex. They might have a web site.

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