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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Board

Case backhoe attachment

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Posted by Rudy2 on June 19, 2013 at 23:07:49 from (

I am now in the process of buying a small excavator and will no longer have a need for the full-sized Case backhoe attachment as fitting to the Allis Chalmers HD-4 loader that I now use. The backhoe is a Case 530CK "Extend a Hoe" model, but it is manual in that regard. You extend the hoe by pulling a big pin and then extend the boom by pulling it out using the bucket dragged on the ground. Not as nice as the later versions which have an additional hydraulic cylinder to do this, but it works. It does have fitments so you can add a hydraulic cylinder to do this more easily if you want.

I have rebuilt the swing cylinders, the boom cylinder, and have upgraded most of the hoses with high quality Parker units. I also had the 24Ē bucket professionally rebuilt and it now has readily available and easily replaced bucket teeth mounted on new and modern tooth shanks. Hydraulic snap couple's attach it quickly to main hydraulics on your machine. Donít try fitting this on your Kubota :-) This is one massive hunk of iron and it is impressive to operate.

This is a nice old-school unit ready to dig. It is heavy, it is powerful, and it really can dig.

What do you think it is worth? I am in Everett, WA.



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