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PostPosted: Tue May 01, 2007 5:02 pm    Post subject: Case 850 D Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Howdy....looked at a Case 850 D today. Serial # 7075525 and the owner says its a 1988. Looking at some pics on Mach.Trader, it looks older than that. It has the outside arms for the blade and the railroad track type supports for the blade tilt. Also, the right track came half over the rollers when I was turning it. They were trying to get them back on when I had to leave. The guy said the track was loose,but said it was ok when we started. Maybe something out of line there. He wants $18K for it.Also radiator leak, one tilt ram not working and oil leak on the other. No temp gauge on dash???!!! How can it get away without a coolant temp gauge?
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Pete in MS

 
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PostPosted: Tue May 01, 2007 6:41 pm    Post subject: Re: Case 850 Not D Reply to specific post Reply with quote

The serial number is the only way to determine the year of manufacture. According to the serial number 7075525 it was manufactured in 1974 and is a straight 850 (no letter series designation).

I believe the D on the data tag simply designates “Diesel”. It does not designate that it is a D series. The D series machines were manufactured between 1984 & 1991. The machines manufactured in 1988 had serial numbers that started with JAK.

I don’t buy and sell equipment but I seriously doubt the machine is worth anything near $18,000. I would guess something closer to 6000 – 8000? Check the value with a Case dealer; they only need the serial number to give you the book value ranges.


 
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