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Case 450 dozer questions (early 70s model?)

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LR

07-13-2007 16:08:57




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Hello! I am looking at an earlier model 450 case dozer. It has the torque converter with gauges on the dash for pressure and temperature. What is that exactly and what are the pros and cons of a Case dozer like this one? The pins on the tracks look good and the drive gears for the tracks aren"t sharp. The dozer has right at 1500 hours, which I thought was low. I would like to find out the exact year and what engine it has to get filters and all but the serial number is hard to read Here is what I think it is: D450 6045809 Any information on this machine would be greatly appreciated.

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george md

07-13-2007 22:48:16




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 Re: Case 450 dozer questions (early 70s model?) in reply to LR, 07-13-2007 16:08:57  

LR,

My guess is the you miss read the first number in the ser # ,it should be 3045809 and that would make it a 71 if my ser # sheet is correct. Engine will be a 188 diesel . The torque converter is one of the best things ever put in a crawler , the transmission is easy to operate and makes the machine quite agile and with reasonable service is nearly industructable .

I've had case crawlers since 67 and have several yet ,one is the one I bought in 67.

george

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07-14-2007 05:32:23




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 Re: Case 450 dozer questions (early 70s model?) in reply to george md, 07-13-2007 22:48:16  
Thanks George for the information!

Luke



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