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Hopeless Case?

The current Case skidsteers come off the same line as the New Hollands, just painted a different color.

We've had good succes with older Case skid loaders. My dad bought an 1835B back in '88. It still runs good at 13,000+ hours.
 
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Hopeless Case?

The current Case skidsteers come off the same line as the New Hollands, just painted a different color.

We've had good succes with older Case skid loaders. My dad bought an 1835B back in '88. It still runs good at 13,000+ hours.
Even with two large NH dealers in the area, there just isn't a lot of NH skidsteers around either. Mostly Bobcat followed by Gehl, then John Deere, generic ones, then Case/NH.

I think I've seen more Komatsu skidsteers around than NH.
 

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The old 1845c was probablly one of the best skid loaders that has ever come to market in my opion. When I left the dairy in Jan of 2000 it had about 4k hours on it and ran like a top. They are not dairing anymore but it is still on the farm used almost everyday.
 
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