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Capacities for Case 530 hoe

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06-12-2007 13:05:38

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Hi all,

I have a Case model 32 backhoe attachment on my AC crawler. This is the same hoe fitted to the Case 530 Construction King. Anyone have an idea of how much weight I can lift with the hoe? I am thinking of doing a retaining wall with concrete blocks and they weigh 2000lbs each.


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Old Magnet

06-13-2007 09:18:30

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 Re: Capacities for Case 530 hoe in reply to rudy2, 06-12-2007 13:05:38  
I could not find any specs on lifting capacity for the #32 hoe. The loader on the 530CK is rated for 2900 lbs (fully extended) and the digging force rating of the hoe is 8760 lbs. I suspect it would lift the 2000 lbs but how far extended before stability became a problem is the main question. Depends on the weight of your crawler and whether or nut you are using the stabilizers. A trial run would seem reasonable.

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06-14-2007 11:51:31

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 Re: Capacities for Case 530 hoe in reply to Old Magnet, 06-13-2007 09:18:30  
Thanks for the info Old Magnet. I appreciate that.


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Jim B.

06-12-2007 20:14:18

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 Re: Capacities for Case 530 hoe in reply to rudy2, 06-12-2007 13:05:38  
Won't do it. Our 580CK (which runs quite good) has a 33 Hoe, it can't lift a filled 20.8x34 wheel & tire assembly unless the weight is really close to the stabilizer arms. The hoe lifts it OK but a dirt filled loader bucket is not enough counter-weight. Instead of the wheel lifting the front of the tractor & loader lift instead.

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