Justin Wisc

Information on 2500A Loader backhoe

Recommended Posts

Justin Wisc    0

Just picked up a 674 it has 2050 on the loader and 3100 on the hoe. are these good machines? the number is 0037U100910 thinking its a 1973. biggest thing is. where is the hydro fill? anything to look out for? all the pins look good. Any help would be great. i have ran lots of machines just never this old and brand.  Thanks Justin

20170820_155229.jpg

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
oleman    0

If there is no front mounted auxiliary hydraulic pump the filler is in the rear of the top rear of the transmission housing behind the drivers seat.

Just an 1 1/4 pipe NPT plug.  Dipstick is left floorboard at the rear.

If the engine is a D179 3 banger that machine is based on the 464 utility model.

If it is not a hydro or have other specialty options, it is as reliable as dirt.

Looks like a well cared for machine and not stored for long duration's outdoors.

Did you put on the new tires?

Good luck with your machine.

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
R190    0

If there is a 674 lurking in there its got a syncro mesh transmission not a hydro the hydraulic system would get the oil put in by a plug on the rockshaft housing behind the seat

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Justin Wisc    0
4 hours ago, R190 said:

If there is a 674 lurking in there its got a syncro mesh transmission not a hydro the hydraulic system would get the oil put in by a plug on the rockshaft housing behind the seat

 

20170820_155252.jpg

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Justin Wisc    0

Think it's the 3.9 diesel. She a great machine. And thank you all for replying. I been after a decent backhoe for awhile. Just wanna keep her up to date.. thanks again for helping guys.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
R190    0

In the IH world the 674  4 cylinder is called the D239  3.9 may be the approximate displacement IH had several 4 and 6 cylinder engines that qualify for that 3.9 name it may screw you up when looking for parts.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
chadd    0

If it says 2500A on the serial number tag, it is the same tractor as a 574.  That being said, they both used the same D-239 engine just that the 574/2500 had a 2200rpm rated speed and the 674 had a 2400rpm rated speed.  Like others have said, oil goes in through pipe plug under the backhoe seat.  One other point to note, most 2500A's came with the high flow auxiliary pump option, where a larger gear pump is mounted on the right side of the transmission under the operators platform.  Given yours has a backhoe, it would need it.  Tractors with this option have two hydraulic filters, one cartridge filter mounted to the MCV on the left hand side of the transmission, and another cartridge that is inside a cannister with a band clamp under the right side of the operators platform.  Depending on your local dealer, they might not have the one on the right side in stock.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now