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sheepfoot
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sheepfoot

Senior Member, from wilmington nc

sheepfoot was last seen:
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    1. Huffa
      Huffa
      Hey, it's an outside blade model with rippers long track double carrier rollers, wide track frame. I do general earthworks with it, tracks and roads, house sites and everything between . Its the 3rd 1150 we have had, the others have given terrific service, they are an amazing dozer so long as not abused and driven correctly
    2. Huffa
      Huffa
      Hi sheepfoot, I have a Case 1150E down in New Zealand with trans heat problem. No one here knows anything about them, from what I have read you do. Could you give me some advice if I give you more detail please? Thanks
      1. sheepfoot
        sheepfoot
        Hi Huffa! I would post this in the dozer or track loader section. there is several members that will answer back. Info needed ripper/winch/wide-long track/inside-c frame or push beams blade and type of material being worked. Is this a MC1150E Dozer.
        Feb 15, 2020
    3. blake.wisse
      blake.wisse
      "sheepfoot" wrote

      "I would go with a TLB first, 4wd/ 4x1 bucket/ flip over forks/ ex-tenda hoe. It may give you the most bang for your buck. You can run a hydraulic post hole digger..."

      Thanks buddy, 2006 JCB 3CX excatly as you mentioned... and love it. still learning. I'm pretty happy, you're advice was tremendously helpful
    4. john bob
      john bob
      Hi, I saw where you commented about a military case 1150e's air compressor. Can you tell me what it is for or how to use it ? I have one I bought 2 yeasr ago and just recently discovered it has an air compressor. Thanks
      1. sheepfoot
        sheepfoot
        Compressor pumps air to disengage the fan when unloading from ship to beach or crossing rivers and streams. Helps also when stuck in mud to not damage the rad core.
        Jun 3, 2017
      2. ernest ostermann
        ernest ostermann
        my 1150E 1988 radiator fan will not run and engine overheats quickly. I disconnected the air hose to radiator and fan still does not run. what is the problem?
        Dec 30, 2018
    5. Elvis61
      Elvis61
      you were right on it. the problem with the fluid leaving the master cylinder bowl. was from the actuator. rebuild kit fixed the problem.
      thanks
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