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AC I60 hoe/loader


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08-02-2001 04:15:35

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I have a 1968 AC I60 industrial tractor with loader and hoe. I've been fixing it up a bit at a time and it's quite functional. I haven't seen any discussion regarding these models. I realize this really isn't a farm item. Is it uncommon, or is it just a model most tractor folk consider uninteresting? Is it the fact that it is an industrial model? I don't see anyone restoring JD or Case backhoes, either, so maybe I'm in that league....

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08-27-2004 21:52:38

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 Re: AC I60 hoe/loader - Boring? in reply to Graham, 08-02-2001 04:15:35  
I have a fully funtional I 600. I have almost completed its restoration including new shuttle clucth pressure plates, and fixing all leaks. I still need a new loader control valve however - have you run across anywhere that I might find one ? I have found two places that have just recently salvaged this machine - let me know if you need their location for used parts, etc (both had sold their loader control vavles).

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j. johnston

12-18-2005 10:08:35

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 Re: AC I60 hoe/loader - Boring? in reply to BernieG, 08-27-2004 21:52:38  
if you would i could use the locatons im tring to locate a engine for my i600 backhole mine has a gas that is blowed up i could use a deasel or gas

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timsrv Battle ground WA

04-08-2006 19:06:55

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 Re: AC I60 hoe/loader - Boring? in reply to j. johnston, 12-18-2005 10:08:35  
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I just purchased this I600 with a diesel engine, backhoe & front loader. It runs good and all hydraulics are good. The problem I'm having is the clutch slips when trying to scoop up dirt with the front loader. I noticed the shuttle clutch handle feels "funky" going into forward, like not much resistance, where-as the reverse feels fine. I have done a search for shuttle clutch parts and haven't had any luck. I'm going to mess with the shim pack 1st, but in case I have to replace discs, what kind of surprises / labor am I in for? Where did you find your parts? Also, I am interested in finding some engine cowlings and misc goodies. I realize this is an older posting, but who was / or is parting these out. Thanks. Tim

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Eric Carr

08-04-2001 19:07:37

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 Re: AC I60 hoe/loader - Boring? in reply to Graham, 08-02-2001 04:15:35  
Hello Graham I have a Backhoe loader I60 also and have seen very little info on it.
If you find any info please email me and I will do the same for you.

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08-06-2001 04:02:42

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 Re: Re: AC I60 hoe/loader - Boring? in reply to Eric Carr, 08-04-2001 19:07:37  
I do have a copy of the tractor service manual and the Backhoe/Loader service manual. Great for rebuilding, but not much for capacities, fluid types, though. Doesn't even tell you what the generator output should be!

I just spent a great deal of time going over this thing, including replacing the clutch. Keep my e-mail address - let me know if you have any questions I may be able to answer!

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