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John Saeli

11-07-2014 06:07:02




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Can anyone identify this loader model. Looks like a 70 in some ways, except the cylinders. Customer needs seal kits for the cylinders on this loader.




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jean claude marleau

11-07-2014 08:44:15




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 Re: need help w/ loader. in reply to John Saeli, 11-07-2014 06:07:02  
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My Opinion John according to my manual on the 291 A or 291 B or the 290 from what I can see on your picture it looks more like the model 295. I have attach picture of the 295 model from the parts book cover. Hope this can help with the confusion. jc

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Case Nutty 1660

11-07-2014 09:52:27




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 Re: need help w/ loader. in reply to jean claude marleau, 11-07-2014 08:44:15  
YES that is IT!! great job JC!! same design just bigger
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John Saeli

11-07-2014 09:18:37




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 Re: need help w/ loader. in reply to jean claude marleau, 11-07-2014 08:44:15  
Thank you JC!!



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Adirondack case guy

11-07-2014 06:23:20




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 Re: need help w/ loader. in reply to John Saeli, 11-07-2014 06:07:02  
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John,
Looks like a 291B loader. Pic is out of my op. manual.
Loren



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Case Nutty 1660

11-07-2014 06:17:45




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 Re: need help w/ loader. in reply to John Saeli, 11-07-2014 06:07:02  
might be a 290 John, I would go to a hyd repair shop they should be able to match up parts from the old ones



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John Saeli

11-07-2014 07:00:38




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 Re: need help w/ loader. in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-07-2014 06:17:45  
Just my luck, I have parts books for the 190 & 390, but not the 290. There are subtle differences between the loader on the 730 & Loren's pictures. Also subtle similarities to the Great Bend Loaders.



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Case Nutty 1660

11-07-2014 07:11:06




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 Re: need help w/ loader. in reply to John Saeli, 11-07-2014 07:00:38  
sorry I do not have a parts book for a 290,, well at least I have not found it yet if I do, I can ask another guy I know that should have one though if no one else posts the break down



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casenut1

11-07-2014 06:14:28




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 Re: need help w/ loader. in reply to John Saeli, 11-07-2014 06:07:02  
Don't know what it is but not a 70. My 70 doesn't have hydraulic lines on the frame like that.



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Case Nutty 1660

11-07-2014 06:18:43




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 Re: need help w/ loader. in reply to casenut1, 11-07-2014 06:14:28  
yes it is Not a "70" they were made by "GB", that is a CASE built loader



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