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Who builds the Case dozers?

Discussion in 'Dozers' started by Kevin Cohrs, Aug 3, 2021.

  1. Volvomad

    Volvomad Senior Member

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    Know nothing about any dozer apart from driving a 1150b a little. Do they still use a similar transmission ? loved every minute on it
     
  2. John C.

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    I don't know anymore. I haven't looked at one for trade in for about six or more years.
     
  3. Coy Lancaster

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    The Case dozers up to 1150 size are hydrostat I think the larger are powershift.
     
  4. skyking1

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    My understanding is the New Holland dozers are rebadged Case.
     
  5. Volvomad

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    Think wheel loaders are the same also
     
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  6. kith

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    All Case dozers are hydrostatic drive.
     
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    For what is worth fellas.........the Fiat FD175, Fiat Allis 14C, and the Case 1850K ALL had the same identical powertrain behind the engine. The only difference I have ever seen was the engine itself
     
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  9. dirthog

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    Some were yes and some were junk made by a company in Germany.
     
  10. skyking1

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    great. the rental outfit I was talking to up in nowheresville Washington has one of those new Hollands but they said it is just like a case. I don't have a lot of choices out there for renting. one company has the case 750, the other one has the New Holland in a couple of sizes.
     
  11. dirthog

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    What model New Holland the DC80/100 were made in Germany some o the newer ones were made by Case. Problem is New Holland just dropped everything in the construction line and will no longer supply most of the parts.
     
  12. skyking1

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    I don't know but there's also a D5 that's always booked up and I'm hoping to get that.
     
  13. GaryHoff

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    Case mini excavators were made by Kobelco. Made by Sumitomo now.
    Case Mid size and large excavators are made by Sumitomo

    Case mini wheel loaders were made in Germany, not exactly sure by who.
    Case mid size wheel loaders are made by Case.
    Case Large wheel loader 1221, is made by Hyundai.

    Case dozers are all made by Case as of now. The 1650K, and 1850K series were a Fiat Hitachi. The 2050M is made by Case.

    Case Packers are made by Ammann

    Case rock trucks were made by Astra. Case has discontinued the rock truck line.

    Case skid steers are made by Case.
     
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  14. Contractor

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    I’ve owned multiple Case 2050Ms and those machines struggled with electrical and track problems. I hope you do better.