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Napco crab tractor?

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10-14-2002 19:04:21

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I recently bought a Napco crab tractor front-end loader/backhoe, so I could give my little ford 8N a well deserved rest from those duties. I am in need of manuals, or service info for this machine. To the best of my knowledge it was built by: Napco Industries, Federal Motor Truck Div. in the early 60's.

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d.c. gregory

12-28-2006 05:01:48

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 Re: Napco crab tractor? in reply to chet, 10-14-2002 19:04:21  
a friend has a 1964 44sg 4wd crab tractor with ottawa loader for sale, with 4cyl continental,all manuals for tractor, loader,backhoe,and engine will sell these separately.we are located in upstate ny near plattsburgh. anyone interested please e-mail me for phone number or more info. thanks.

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03-26-2004 05:13:01

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 Re: Napco crab tractor? in reply to chet, 10-14-2002 19:04:21  
I have purchased a NAPCO CRAB 4-wheel drive tractor/Backhoe and I know nothing about it except it runs great. The person I purchased it from gave me a Manual titled "TECO CRAB" Industrial tractor model 44pmd 1000.
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Todd Telin

12-03-2006 19:29:21

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 Re: Re: Napco crab tractor? in reply to Mark, 03-26-2004 05:13:01  
My dad was the chief designer/engineer for Teco Crab. It was a small company in Wisconsin. Tractor Equipment Co. (TECO)of Chicago, IL bought the company and renamed from Napco Crab to Teco Crab. Dad started working for them around 1970-71 until 1978 when they moved the company to the Chicago area when I belive they shut it down. I would guess if you have a Napco Crab it was built in the 60's sometime. I think it changed to Teco Crab in the very early 70's. If I dig around I might have orginal sales brochures?

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03-30-2003 10:45:26

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 Re: Napco crab tractor? in reply to chet, 10-14-2002 19:04:21  
My uncle and father both own Napco Crabs, In fact my uncle bought his new from a dealer many years ago, it was the demo model that they never sold. My father is looking for a axle for his, do you know anyone selling major parts or a whole tractor

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12-22-2002 04:44:05

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 Re: Napco crab tractor? in reply to chet, 10-14-2002 19:04:21  
Hi ,i have the repair manauls for your tractor.

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06-25-2004 05:38:00

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 Re: Re: Napco crab tractor? in reply to john, 12-22-2002 04:44:05  

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05-26-2005 08:05:32

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 Re: Re: Re: Napco crab tractor? in reply to KYLE, 06-25-2004 05:38:00  
What manuals do you need?

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