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Case 1537 skid loader

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Dan-IA

04-20-2006 19:40:04




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I hope I've picked the right forum. I've got one of these, and I'd like to modify an old Paulsen loader by adding the attachment plate and bucket cylinders. I've got about a half-dozen buckets and forks for the skid loader, and I think the added reach of the loader would be even better.

Anyone in the west-central Iowa area that's got one of these for parts? I'd rather not part out my skid loader for this. I wouldn't hesitate to drive a couple hours to buy a set.

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bighead

04-21-2006 19:33:27




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 Re: Case 1537 skid loader in reply to Dan-IA, 04-20-2006 19:40:04  
It might be easier to turn the loader around...



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Dan-IA

04-21-2006 21:44:23




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 Re: Case 1537 skid loader in reply to bighead, 04-21-2006 19:33:27  
No. A couple short weeks ago, I saw a backwards tractor loader. And I had to have it! But it was an AC-WC, and I don't know nuttin' about that breed of cat. So...better to build it myself!



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Dan-IA

04-20-2006 20:06:56




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 Re: Case 1537 skid loader in reply to Dan-IA, 04-20-2006 19:40:04  
Checking online, I see different Case skid loaders have different means of attaching a bucket. My loader has a solid bar that is about 40 inches long, with two large pins that go down through the two large plates on the bucket.



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Nedd

04-21-2006 07:15:13




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 Re: Case 1537 skid loader in reply to Dan-IA, 04-20-2006 20:06:56  
The 1737 and 1530 have the same mounts for buckets. Have a couple of these but aren't going to part with them yet. You can expand you search to anything pre 1978-1845,1835,1830. Balance and weight will be the key to longer reach. Good luck.



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Ian oliphant

07-24-2006 04:50:59




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 Re: Case 1537 skid loader in reply to Nedd, 04-21-2006 07:15:13  
How does the sterring system work? By brakes of hydrolic? Thank you for your time> Ian



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Dan-IA

04-21-2006 15:30:38




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 Re: Case 1537 skid loader in reply to Nedd, 04-21-2006 07:15:13  
third party image

This is a shot of the tractor I'm working on, that I want to put the parts on.

Ain't it purty?

As I mentioned in the gallery, next step is figuring out how to turn the steering wheel and pedals around. Oh, I got it figured out on paper, doing it in metal is, of course, quite another matter...

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