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Case 580B three point hitch

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11-19-2012 21:02:53

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This message is a reply to an archived post by Zems on August 17, 2012 at 18:38:10.
The original subject was "Re: Case 580B three point hitch".

I am looking at buying a case back hoe next week, One of the main reasons for wanting a case is that they have the ability to have a three point hitch, so as I can use it on my farm many other things. Now I know almost nothing about this idea and am having trouble finding info on this. Like which loaders are capable of this function. And then finding as soon as possible as the snow has not hit here yet. I am about one hour north of Nelson BC. Could any one HELP and steer me in a good direction here. Dave

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11-20-2012 22:44:31

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 Re: Case 580B three point hitch in reply to Dyfed, 11-19-2012 21:02:53  
I have looked at my 580CK and understand how you can remove the hoe and can probably mount a three point adapter to the hoe mounts but you will NOT have a PTO if you are wanting to use driven implements on the back of the tractor.


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Case Nutty 1660

11-21-2012 04:00:34

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 Re: Case 580B three point hitch in reply to shinnery, 11-20-2012 22:44:31  
you are correct as pto was a factory optinion, and a MOD hitch does not allow pto use cnt

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Case Nutty 1660

11-20-2012 06:08:40

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 Re: Case 580B three point hitch in reply to Dyfed, 11-19-2012 21:02:53  
Dave, 580CK,580B,580C,580D, 580E unit's will accept whats called a MOD hitch made by Case, these will mount in place of the backhoe unit (these require the backhoe mounts) and allow any std three point Cat 1 implememnts to be used, 530CK/580CK units could also be ordered with Draft-O-Matic 3pt hitch from the factory, hope this answers some of your questions cnt

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