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Followed me home - Help ID it

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Royse

08-10-2019 15:06:00




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I couldn't pass up this ugly thing today.

Seller had it listed as a 4500 but I think maybe a 445?

Engine runs very nicely and the power reverser works well in all gears.






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Royse

08-11-2019 14:03:02




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 Re: Followed me home - Help ID it in reply to Royse, 08-10-2019 15:06:00  
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If you like that hood mod, you'll love the "swivel" seat! LOL

It had a boat cushion on it.



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Check Break

08-11-2019 09:16:25




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 Re: Followed me home - Help ID it in reply to Royse, 08-10-2019 15:06:00  
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It's a 201. 333. No Headlands.

That hood looks like a chicken house mod.



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Destroked 450

08-11-2019 08:37:01




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 Re: Followed me home - Help ID it in reply to Royse, 08-10-2019 15:06:00  
The older models used one latter and two numbers.

-600 and newer use two letters and one number for the model ID.



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Royse

08-11-2019 08:32:35




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 Re: Followed me home - Help ID it in reply to Royse, 08-10-2019 15:06:00  
Thanks Destroked, much appreciated! I have a reference for the
model numbers, but the one I have doesn't cover the industrials

apparently. It shows 30 and 40 for example, but not 41.
The rest matches. Diesel, transmission, no PTO, etc.



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Destroked 450

08-11-2019 08:26:49




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 Re: Followed me home - Help ID it in reply to Royse, 08-10-2019 15:06:00  
Serial number C722119 is for a tractor built in 1984

KD411F is for a 445A with diesel engine, no pto and 4x4 torque convertor trans.

4D4B is a build date of April 4, 1984 on day shift.

Looks like you have a 84 model 445A



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Royse

08-10-2019 21:24:50




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 Re: Followed me home - Help ID it in reply to Royse, 08-10-2019 15:06:00  
I'll get you some pictures Jerry. Definitely different steering than
my non-cable 1841. This has a hydraulic cylinder to each wheel.
At least it looks that way at first glance.
It has the same issue as the x000's with power steering fluid
leaking out under the steering wheel. Cheap fix with a lot of time.



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Ultradog MN

08-10-2019 21:11:31




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 Re: Followed me home - Help ID it in reply to Royse, 08-10-2019 15:06:00  
Got your email. Nice score.
If you can, take some photos of the front axle for me and how it steers. Hydrostatic? I know a 545 pretty well - Kenny gas one - but not a 445. I'm thinking the front axle on yours must be like a 4400/3500/3550. I can see it has 6 on 6" front wheels whereas a 445 has 8 on 8" - much heavier.
Also for the others here: was a 445 a 201 or something smaller?



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GB in MT.

08-10-2019 18:05:01




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 Re: Followed me home - Help ID it in reply to Royse, 08-10-2019 15:06:00  


The hole in the hood is one of many farmerizations on this one

LOL.....reminds me of a couple of farmerizations that were done to my 3000!!!! Like cutting the tin back on the nose, so the Front drive Hydrol. pump would fit, and those really long retaining pins on the 772 loader.

Sometimes I wonder what goes through some peoples minds, when they do things like that!!!! :roll:

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Royse

08-10-2019 17:08:41




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 Re: Followed me home - Help ID it in reply to Royse, 08-10-2019 15:06:00  
The hole in the hood is one of many farmerizations on this one.

Not sure what I ll do with it.
Probably tinker with it and fix it until it s broke! LOL



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GB in MT.

08-10-2019 16:23:54




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 Re: Followed me home - Help ID it in reply to Royse, 08-10-2019 15:06:00  


LR;

What are ya gonna do with this one????

Hey you could sell the loader Jube, and put this one, in it's place!!!????

Nice hole in the side of that hood,.....or is that how it was ???

Exhaust........ 'Turn Down!!!' ?

Beauty is only skin deep....ya know!!??

Gary :lol:



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Shaun Wallace

08-10-2019 15:41:40




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 Re: Followed me home - Help ID it in reply to Royse, 08-10-2019 15:06:00  
Yep Id go with 445. Loader frame wrong for 4500. Quite a deal on loader arms and bucket



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