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Case International 485

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01-17-2011 12:33:38

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Hi, I am looking at a used loader for my Case International 485. The loader is a International 2000 Model, will it fit?

Thanks, Gerald

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01-18-2011 14:40:42

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 Re: Case International 485 in reply to SDLars, 01-17-2011 12:33:38  
How is the shift pattern "not ideal for repeated jockeying back-and-forth" it is the same inline F-R pattern every shuttle shift tractor uses.
ie L4-R4

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01-18-2011 14:39:00

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 Re: Case International 485 in reply to zach in neb, 01-17-2011 12:33:38  
Get a 2200...will bolt right on.

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01-17-2011 20:03:41

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 Re: Case International 485 in reply to gerald9400, 01-17-2011 12:33:38  
I put an International 2050 loader on my 484: fit fine, except for the fabrication needed to get past the 18.4X16.1 rear tires on my "orchard" version.

Good hydraulic pump, strong loader: a good combination

But shift pattern not ideal for repeated jockeying back-and-forth.


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01-17-2011 18:44:31

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 Re: Case International 485 in reply to gerald9400, 01-17-2011 12:33:38  
The 2000 loader built by Great Bend is a very adaptable loader. I'm sure that there are no mounts available to "bolt" it on your tractor. However as I said, it is redially adaptible if you or a friend have fabrication skills. The front mount for the sub frame is simple, a 8" channel iron bolted across the front of the tractor to support the frame. If there are rear axle mounts with it they can easily be modified to clamp to your rear axle, and then all you have to do is hook up the hyds.Good luck; The Acg.

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