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Hey folks - new to the forum but have read many great posts. I repowered a Case 646 and want to add the Davis D-100 backhoe (which I also recently acquired). I'm trying to find the original mounting brackets and weights (if possible) before I go and have them fabricated. I understand the BH parts a pretty rare but was hoping with the immense wisdom and knowledge of this group - well you never know.... Thanks to any and all who respond.
 

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1973 Case 444, 1974 Case 644, 1976 Case 446, 1977 Case 646
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Sounds to me that you like interesting projects! My kind of guy Billy, welcome to the forum. I don't have what your looking for but there are many LBH owners here on the forum. Word of mouth sometimes is the best way to buy, sell and trade. I look forward to you posting some pics of your project.

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Welcome aboard Billy !!! Great to have you here. Definitely sounds like a very interesting project. Please keep us updated on your progress and post some pics when you're able to.

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Sounds to me that you like interesting projects! My kind of guy Billy, welcome to the forum. I don't have what your looking for but there are many LBH owners here on the forum. Word of mouth sometimes is the best way to buy, sell and trade. I look forward to you posting some pics of your project.

Keep the Peace
Harry
Attached are some pics. Thanks to those who replied already!
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