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Parting out a 77 580CK in NH

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Jason Weir

09-20-2011 11:24:49




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I bought it for the motor - everything else is available - let me know what you need..

Jason - jason.weir at comcast.net 603-736-7762

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Jason Weir

09-20-2011 16:55:51




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 Re: Parting out a 77 580CK in NH in reply to D-C-741, 09-20-2011 11:24:49  
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"old building" now that's the best compliment you could give me.. Actually it's new construction... But I wanted it to look old - not all plastic like most of the new stuff..

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Could have not done the post and beam work without the 530...

-J

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oldironman

09-20-2011 16:01:19




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 Re: Parting out a 77 580CK in NH in reply to Jason Weir, 09-20-2011 11:24:49  
I like tractors but I really like the old building in the background. We get up your way sometimes and love the area.



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Jason Weir

09-20-2011 13:26:38




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 Re: Parting out a 77 580CK in NH in reply to Derrol Wells, 09-20-2011 11:24:49  
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We've been talking about just that over here

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I believe it does cycle with the bucket - and does have a flow control valve plumbed inline - I'm probably going to add a manual valve - seem to make it much more usable..

-J



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gusbratz

09-20-2011 13:21:37




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 Re: Parting out a 77 580CK in NH in reply to Jason Weir, 09-20-2011 11:24:49  
how's that thumb work? looks like they have it plumbed in with the bucket so they both stroke together. seems like that could become problamatic since the flow is going to go where the least resistance is.(which is usually not where you need the power)i have been thinking about building one.



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Jason Weir

09-20-2011 13:17:07




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 Re: Parting out a 77 580CK in NH in reply to Lamont, 09-20-2011 11:24:49  
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Is this the model 33? I believe my 530 has the 32 and it's totally different as well - this one looks far smaller in all respects. This model definitely has more cast pieces.. I'm going to move the thumb over to my other machine..

-J



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gusbratz

09-20-2011 12:46:19




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 Re: Parting out a 77 580CK in NH in reply to Jason Weir, 09-20-2011 11:24:49  
Case nutty, that backhoe is so radically different than my model 31 hoe on my 530. Is it better with all the cyl's exposed like that? Seems like the main boom is so much smaller than mine. I have had issues with 51 years of metal fatigue on mine with a lot of cracks that I have to weld. Is it worse on that style or was the steel better? Looks easier to work on. I may think about getting one. Too bad this is so far away

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Case Nutty 1660

09-20-2011 14:39:55




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 Re: Parting out a 77 580CK in NH in reply to gusbratz, 09-20-2011 12:46:19  
this is the next generation hoe Case produced and was a better and tougher unit, we had fewwer cracking and breaking than on the enclosed boom type and like you said the closed boom is harder to work on things like the boom cylinder, also the later style has more lift capacity and productivity both were leaders in the field for sure hop this helps cnt



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Case Nutty 1660

09-20-2011 12:37:10




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 Re: Parting out a 77 580CK in NH in reply to Jason Weir, 09-20-2011 11:24:49  
glad you are parting out instead of the iron cruncher, sure some will go there,, but just a note its not a 77 model, looks like a lot of useable parts for sure cnt



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Jason Weir

09-20-2011 12:26:02




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 Re: Parting out a 77 580CK in NH in reply to Flewster, 09-20-2011 11:24:49  
that's what the little monkey thinks..
-J



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gusbratz

09-20-2011 12:22:49




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 Re: Parting out a 77 580CK in NH in reply to Jason Weir, 09-20-2011 11:24:49  
looks like it makes a good jungle gym :lol:



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