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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

what is digging depth of Case 580 ck model 33 hoe

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marlin54

02-05-2019 19:07:43




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I would like to know what a case 580 ck about 1971 with a model 33 hoe. its not an extend hoe. I looked at tractor data and the best I can understand it says there is 2 models .. a case 14.5 with 257 inches or 21.4 ft. and a case 16.5 extendahoe with 265 inches or 22 ft. ..so what is the case numbers 14.5 and 16.5 mean? and is the model 33 hoe the only hoe for the years of 1966 to 1977 ?




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Case Nutty 1660

02-07-2019 05:41:57




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 Re: what is digging depth of Case 580 ck model 33 hoe in reply to marlin54, 02-05-2019 19:07:43  
Std 580CK will dig a Max depth of 14'5" and extendahoe with dig 2' farther this chart should help you out, from 580CK lit, as for your question on the 33 being the only backhoe made those years the answer is No but it was used on a few different machines like the 480



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VicS

02-11-2019 19:58:22




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 Re: what is digging depth of Case 580 ck model 33 hoe in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 02-07-2019 05:41:57  
Thanks looks like the hoe (left column) thats on my 480E. It weighs right at 10000 lbs.



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Jim.ME

02-06-2019 03:31:01




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 Re: what is digging depth of Case 580 ck model 33 hoe in reply to marlin54, 02-05-2019 19:07:43  
Go to: https://www.casece.com/northamerica/en-us/resources/prior-models . That site has spec sheets for the older machines. The models from the first 580s on are there so it may help you with the info you are looking for.



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shinnery

02-05-2019 22:17:23




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 Re: what is digging depth of Case 580 ck model 33 hoe in reply to marlin54, 02-05-2019 19:07:43  
My '67 580CK has a 33 Hoe on it, only S/N tag I can find on the whole unit.

Here is a info sheet on a 580C, a little newer but may help some.

http://www.murphyused.com/images/specs/528.pdf



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