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    Posted: 19 Nov 2020 at 7:02pm
So we pass by this oldish loader every so often, I think it's been sitting a few years now. My kid asked me what it was, my guess would be CAT, given the color and where we are.

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Don't know the brand but I've seen a couple with the ROPS cut off like that so they could fit in the door of a chicken house when they were cleaning out. They would park the loader in the door then use a tractor or bobcat to fill the bucket. Then use the loader to load the truck or a trailer. That way there are less trips in and out and less litter spilled in the driveway/yard
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From the looks of the grill I'd think Oliver.        Leon
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looks like an old "Michigan" brand
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I'll throw in my 2 cents. That grill reminds me of International/Hough.
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by golly...you might be right on that Dar...look at that faded panel becide the seat, the right 1/2, looks to be a faded out IH symbol. and that panel beside the seat does look like a Hough design. 
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Trucker think your right here some pics of others.

Hough H30 of H60 maybe.

http://sobhapristine.co/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/hough-loader-0-model-pay-90-specifications-current-price.jpg

http://www.p3psales.com/equip_pics/1313766683.jpg
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It's a Hough and if I remember right it is a model 90 or maybe 95 it was a 4 yd bucket or that the one that I run was, the last Hough I run was a model 560 which was a 7 yd bucket, Hough was different then cat in that the ass end would turn instead of the front end and could be comical watching someone that was use to running a Cat work a Hough in tight quarter.
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By gosh Kenny, I forgot about that. And I should have remembered. I used to run one back in 2004-05. Don't know what size it was. It had been repainted and no numbers put on it. Wasn't very big. Took 7 buckets to fill a belly dump with crushed gravel. Had the same engine as a 706 Farmall.
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Originally posted by truckerfarmer truckerfarmer wrote:

By gosh Kenny, I forgot about that. And I should have remembered. I used to run one back in 2004-05. Don't know what size it was. It had been repainted and no numbers put on it. Wasn't very big. Took 7 buckets to fill a belly dump with crushed gravel. Had the same engine as a 706 Farmall.


  truckerfarmer, I would guess that it was a model 540 or maybe 125 the 540 had a 4 yd bucket and the 125 had a 3 1/2 yd bucket.
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Originally posted by SteveM C/IL SteveM C/IL wrote:

Which half the operator sets in makes all the difference


 Yep with the Houghs you stayed with the front end and the cats you  you stayed with the rear end.
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Originally posted by Kenny L. Kenny L. wrote:

Originally posted by truckerfarmer truckerfarmer wrote:

By gosh Kenny, I forgot about that. And I should have remembered. I used to run one back in 2004-05. Don't know what size it was. It had been repainted and no numbers put on it. Wasn't very big. Took 7 buckets to fill a belly dump with crushed gravel. Had the same engine as a 706 Farmall.


  truckerfarmer, I would guess that it was a model 540 or maybe 125 the 540 had a 4 yd bucket and the 125 had a 3 1/2 yd bucket.


Had more like a 2 yd bucket.
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