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580ck vs 530ck

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dan det

06-20-2009 18:21:48

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what is the diffrence between them besides the backhoe is one better than other? what was the first model with seperate eng and trans?

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Roger (Mi)

06-21-2009 04:41:01

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 580C in reply to dan det, 06-20-2009 18:21:48  
Generally, the later the model of backhoe, the better. I really like my 580B because of its physical size. Its smaller size makes it easier to get into tight places, though it could use a little more power.

The first Case backhoe to have a separate engine from the transmission was the 580C. That's why there is a Cummins repower engine from that model and newer.

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dan det

06-22-2009 17:56:49

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 Re: 580C in reply to Roger (Mi), 06-21-2009 04:41:01  
thank you for the info?

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