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Pictures of your Backhoe!!!!!

Discussion in 'Tractor/Loader/Backhoes' started by Case 580e, May 20, 2009.

  1. Willie B

    Willie B Senior Member

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    I'll offer pictures, measurements, or a test drive if you are close enough.
     
  2. xgiovannix12

    xgiovannix12 Senior Member

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    I gotta have modern technology :D
     
  3. Delle

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    If you have a moment could you send me a few pics of the thumb? I'd like to add one to my 580D
     
  4. Funny farm

    Funny farm Well-Known Member

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    She old , ugly , worn out, currently undergoing and engine rebuild and repair as well as a reworking or the loader pivots.... but’s she’s loved and she’s paid for lol 5FE7C941-9554-4C14-A58F-0E0B29686EF8.jpeg 987DA2AE-5CC2-4755-8632-568E7C375AEA.jpeg 691B4F6E-C3F0-46AA-A08F-CAD8E88C1BBB.jpeg
     
  5. HankTO

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    1984 John Deere 310
     

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  6. Honcho

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    Changed front bucket penetrating tips for a blade. Made it out of old rail road lower part of a rail. B\c mostly I work on the city streets and it will clean the mess better.
     

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  7. Honcho

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    Middle part of a rail put on rear part of a jaw
     

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  8. DualsportWA

    DualsportWA Well-Known Member

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    Lots of utilities put in recently with the case 580k 4x4 extendahoe- electrical conduit, sewer line, water line, all at the new shop. The $350 I paid for two buckets (12” trencher and 42” muck bucket) have paid off many times over
     

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  9. apetad

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    Backhoe Costume.jpg
     
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  10. Willie B

    Willie B Senior Member

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    Utterly unrealistic! I don't see cigarette butts, or tobacco spit. Clearly an imposter!
    Every used machine I've ever looked at needed a hazmat team to pressure wash it first.
     
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  11. Billrog

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    Made a doz. of these and gave them away here's my neighbor's son a few years ago he dug up half the yd.
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  12. ssrider

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    Here's my 1972 Dynahoe 190
     

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  13. motoOzarks

    motoOzarks Well-Known Member

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    I had one, not worth it.
     

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  14. AU.CASE

    AU.CASE Well-Known Member

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    This is a great thread and over here in Australia we rather like our side-shift machines' which in the case of CASE emanate from Europe.

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  15. motoOzarks

    motoOzarks Well-Known Member

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    If the unit is designed to have it
    and you have any want or need or just have a preference and availability then go fer it.
    Strapped to the back of a MF40 TLB ?
    not so much
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  16. AU.CASE

    AU.CASE Well-Known Member

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    Six years ago this machine was the prior role equivalent.

    Can it be six years? I think daylight saving must have erased one month from our year for it to feel 'just the other day'; Then again it is true!
     
  17. Steve Best

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    My "new" loader. 1971 MF50A as far as I can tell:
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    It came with some issues but we are working toward resolution. Many of the hoses are still 47 years old.
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    After bursting one on the hoe I replaced all the loader hoses inside the cab.
    I could not imagine sitting in the cab with an explosion of hot hydraulic oil.
    Lots of pedals and levers.
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    Could use some real tractor tires as well:
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    But she digs! The earth will be moved...
     
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  18. Honcho

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    Not sure of years, but it surely got no more 4000h work
     
  19. Honcho

    Honcho Well-Known Member

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    Not mine but I operate it. IMG00412.jpg
     
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