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    Case 450B Weight

    Hey guys I was wandering if anyone could tell me the weight of a case 450B? I tried looking all over and I can't find any specs. Even machinerytrader had no weights listed. I am contemplating moving it with 14k trailer and a duramax, instead of my 20k trailer and dump. I don't want to cross state lines in a big truck. I know the machine probably weighs between 10 and 14. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks, in advance.

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    Try ritchiespecs.com they have the info your looking for, for about every machine out there.

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    I only have 450C info...With ROPS/Fuel/Operator it weighs 11,800.
    LGP version is 13,300.
    Hope that helps

    Jim

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    12k or 13.3 with LPG..........open station crawler ROPS.

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    Thanks farmer. I am going to check if it has sweeps figure that might an additional 250lbs. I am still debating what I am going to pull it with.

    I also checked ritchispecs, love that site and ritchiwiki. They don't have older machines. I hope they would add them, it is already a great resource and I like reading ritchiwiki just to learn about how the companies grew.

    FYI, I hate dealing with the DOT especially crossing state lines. IFTA bullchit, interstate/intrastate commerce bullchit. Thanks again everyone for the quick responses.

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    450B Weights

    Hope this helps you determine the weight
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