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Old Case backhoe

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tractorsam

12-20-2019 07:41:29




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Hello, Iím beginning the hunt for an old backhoe. I was hoping someone might be able to help me identify the backhoe in the link. Also anything in particular to be wary of? I know itís old, will be slow, need love etc. Itís a gas engine which suits me better than a diesel. Also curious if anyone can tell what kind of transmission it might have? Any input would be appreciated, thanks. Sam

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Case Nutty 1660

12-20-2019 07:56:17




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 Re: Old Case backhoe in reply to tractorsam, 12-20-2019 07:41:29  
Looks like W-3 also I can see it has the Torque Convertor Drive,, ( 8 speed transmission with convertor lock up) that machine was top of the line of any brand in the day,, a precursor to a 580CK,, it will impress you what it can do,, it was the Industrial version of a 530CK but was only sold through Case CE dealers where the 530CK could be sold in any dealership with a utility contract, cnt

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fred goodrich

12-21-2019 05:56:43




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 Re: Old Case backhoe in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 12-20-2019 07:56:17  
Main difference was the self leveling loader on the W3 right Case Nutty? We sold the 530's and the CE dealer across the river sold W3's.



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Case Nutty 1660

12-21-2019 06:25:55




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 Re: Old Case backhoe in reply to fred goodrich, 12-21-2019 05:56:43  
Yes that and the hoe would dig a bit deeper, different model hoe on them if I remember right, the second generation 530CK replaced the W-3 in 1964,, and was sold by all dealers,



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tractorsam

12-20-2019 10:22:40




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 Re: Old Case backhoe in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 12-20-2019 07:56:17  
Appreciate the info. Any important parts that are made of unobtanium or weak areas to check? Also (besides the manual which Iíd purchase if I bought the machine) and where I can go for operation info to find out if the transmission is working properly? Thanks, Sam



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