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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Case 455C

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04-14-2019 19:45:45

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New to using this loader with backhoe, any hints? Familiar with operators manual and have much experience with tlb and dozer but not Case.

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jean claude marleau

04-14-2019 20:53:50

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 Re: Case 455C in reply to vapet, 04-14-2019 19:45:45  
I do have a ORIGINAL service manual for this 455 c crawler for sale my e mail address is jcmarleau@aol.com

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Case Nutty 1660

04-15-2019 06:06:49

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 Re: Case 455C in reply to jean claude marleau, 04-14-2019 20:53:50  
jc, the post below about a hose is a guy looking for a hose for a 580CK oil bath air cleaner I did not know if you happened to have any of those yet

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04-14-2019 20:17:51

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 Re: Case 455C in reply to vapet, 04-14-2019 19:45:45  
This may be totally incorrect operation and probably something many have an opinion on but I was always taught to steer with the hi/lo levers instead of the brakes

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Phil H

04-15-2019 11:03:30

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 Re: Case 455C in reply to newhollandnut, 04-14-2019 20:17:51  
Yes, the HI LO Levers are fine on flat ground, but NOT on a slop or hilly terrain. If the engine quits for any reason, on a slope LOOK OUT you are going for a ride!!! Now the only way to stop is the brakes. The hydraulics are shut down and the only way to stop is the brakes, believe me I found out the hard way. A tree was all that kept me from going over a steep ravine and who knows what then. In a tight situation the brakes are good also, to keep from banging into something while maneuvering around. I think this is a great piece of equipment, but very dangerous as well.

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