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case 530 ck .move the backhoe to a Ford 6700

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03-14-2007 03:50:29

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a have a Old Lady by the name Case 530 CK.(1963)
(but i m older then the Tractor)
The engine stil running but she have problem to the gear and converter.i have tray to gett the spare part 2end-gear +++.(Transmissjone hause G1096)
No i have bay my a Ford 6700 (1977)i while tray to move the Construction king,Backhoe to the Ford
i need to make some iron from engine-cluth rear-aksel(weel)
are the some aut there know/advice my
i not fread to work this is hobby
Soory my english.....
Best regard From Norway ..Thor-Oskar.

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Ken in AZ

03-14-2007 22:37:12

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 Re: case 530 ck .move the backhoe to a Ford 6700 in reply to T.Thyrum, 03-14-2007 03:50:29  
The way I understand it, you"re trying to move the backhoe from the Case tractor to the Ford tractor. Is this correct?

I"m not sure what kind of brackets you"re going to need to adapt the Case backhoe to the Ford, but it rather sounds like this is what you are trying to accomplish. Is this what you intend?

Ken in AZ

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03-27-2007 00:30:51

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 Re: case 530 ck .move the backhoe to a Ford 6700 in reply to Ken in AZ, 03-14-2007 22:37:12  
yes. i tray to meser the front loader from case
and i can make it longer and higer to and som more iron.or may be the best way to mace new iron
from engine to back weel aksel.if you are intrest i can send some pictures off case and ford..

:-) totfix

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