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Larkin

07-22-2014 11:38:45




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I run a case 801B

Found a case 65 loader for 1,000.00

Is it compatible?




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Adirondack case guy

07-22-2014 14:36:08




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 Re: case 65 loader question in reply to Larkin, 07-22-2014 11:38:45  
The 65 loaders were built for 1210s-1410s It was a slide in quick attach system, They were designed to bolt directly to the central frame of the DBs from front to the bellhousing. No rear axle strutts which an 800 would need. You will be in for a HECK of a lot of work to mount it on an 800. a Case model 60 or 70, or equivilent GB model loaders would be much better suited to your tractor, as they both have the real axle strutts, designed into the boom towers.
Loren

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Larkin

07-22-2014 17:59:29




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 Re: case 65 loader question in reply to Adirondack case guy, 07-22-2014 14:36:08  
Thanks Loren, great info



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Case Nutty 1660

07-22-2014 16:02:03




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 Re: case 65 loader question in reply to Adirondack case guy, 07-22-2014 14:36:08  
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Bro, is again correct as to mount one on a 800 you will have to build side rails to bolt the mounts to like I did on my 530 with the 55 loader, I thought I had a 65 book but I cannot find it, I do have three 60 ops books though LOL I also have a 55 ops cnt



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Case Nutty 1660

07-22-2014 12:21:05




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 Re: case 65 loader question in reply to Larkin, 07-22-2014 11:38:45  
only real issue you will have is if you use the 800's remotes you will be short on psi compared to what the 990 DB had that it was made for, I have a "55" loader on my 530, its a great fit but does not have the rollback power it would have had with the 885 DB
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1031D

07-22-2014 14:22:48




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 Re: case 65 loader question in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 07-22-2014 12:21:05  
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Tom, are the rams smaller?



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Adirondack case guy

07-22-2014 14:42:18




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 Re: case 65 loader question in reply to 1031D, 07-22-2014 14:22:48  
The boom cylinders are 3-3.5" bore. These loaders were very solid in the DBs and worked fast with the tandem pump hyd. systems.
Loren



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1031D

07-22-2014 11:44:56




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 Re: case 65 loader question in reply to Larkin, 07-22-2014 11:38:45  
I thought the 65 loader was made for the David Brown tractors. Anything is possible if the right person has a welder. I have a 393 for my 530 and I think the 390 fit the 400/700/800.



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Larkin

07-22-2014 11:50:43




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 Re: case 65 loader question in reply to 1031D, 07-22-2014 11:44:56  
Thanks!



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