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This manual applies to the following models: 85XT, 90XT, 95XT / Case Construction Equipment
Case 85XT - Year: 1999-2003
Case 90XT - Year: 1998-2003
Case 95XT - Year: 1998-2003
Manual Language: English
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"Fix it like a pro with our downloadable manual: Case 85XT, 90XT, 95XT Skid Steer Loader."
Welcome to our comprehensive guide to maintaining and repairing your Case 85XT, 90XT, 95XT skid steer loader. This guide provides you with everything you need to know about these powerful machines, including their technical specifications, repair procedures, and maintenance requirements. Whether you are a professional technician or a DIY enthusiast, our manual will help you get your skid steer loader back up and running in no time.
• Engine power: 82 hp (85XT), 90 hp (90XT), 95 hp (95XT)
• Engine displacement: 3.9 L (85XT), 4.5 L (90XT), 4.5 L (95XT)
• Operating capacity: 2,300 lbs (85XT), 2,700 lbs (90XT), 2,800 lbs (95XT)
• Tipping load: 4,600 lbs (85XT), 5,400 lbs (90XT), 5,600 lbs (95XT)
• Travel speed: 12.5 mph (85XT), 14 mph (90XT), 14 mph (95XT)
• Fuel capacity: 23 gallons (85XT), 28 gallons (90XT), 28 gallons (95XT)
• Hydraulic system pressure: 3,000 psi (85XT), 3,300 psi (90XT), 3,300 psi (95XT)
• Hydraulic flow rate: 18.5 gpm (85XT), 24 gpm (90XT), 24 gpm (95XT)
• Operating Weight: 7,200 lbs
• Rated Operating Capacity (50% of tipping load): 1,500 lbs
• Tipping Load: 3,000 lbs
• Engine: Case 4-390, 4-cylinder, 40 HP
• Operating Capacity: 35% tipping load
• Travel Speed: 6.5 mph
• Height to Bucket Hinge Pin: 84 inches
• Length with Bucket: 129 inches
• Width Over Tires: 61 inches
• Wheelbase: 36 inches
Popular tuning tips or modifications:
- Install a high-flow hydraulic system for increased attachment performance and productivity.
- Upgrade the tires to improve traction and stability on various terrains.
- Install auxiliary lighting for enhanced visibility during nighttime or low-light operations.
- Add a cab enclosure or canopy for operator comfort and protection from the elements.
- Install a backup camera or sensor system for improved safety and maneuverability.
- Upgrade the seat for better ergonomics and operator comfort during long working hours.
- Consider installing additional hydraulic attachments such as grapples, augers, or snow blades to expand the machine's versatility.
- Upgrade the engine air filter for improved dust and debris filtration in dusty work environments.
Available accessories, attachments, and aftermarket options:
► Bucket attachments: General purpose, multi-purpose, rock, snow, and grapple buckets.
► Fork attachments: Pallet forks and bale spears.
► Auger attachments: Auger drive units and various diameter auger bits.
► Brush and tree attachments: Brush cutters, tree shears, and stump grinders.
► Snow removal attachments: Snow blades, snow blowers, and snow pushers.
► Grapple attachments: Grapple buckets, grapple rakes, and grapple forks.
► Trenching attachments: Trenchers and trenching buckets.
► Hydraulic hammers and breakers for demolition and rock-breaking tasks.
► Sweepers and brooms for debris and dirt removal.
► Landscaping attachments: Tillers, landscape rakes, and soil conditioners.
► Bale handling attachments: Bale spears and bale grabs.
Owner reviews and opinions about the strengths and weaknesses:
☺ Powerful and reliable engine performance.
☺ Excellent lifting capacity and breakout force for heavy-duty tasks.
☺ Operator-friendly controls and ergonomic design.
☺ Versatile attachment compatibility for various job applications.
☺ Sturdy build quality and durability for long-term use.
☻ Limited visibility from the operator's seat, especially when maneuvering in tight spaces.
☻ Higher maintenance costs compared to some competitor models.
☻ Some owners have reported issues with electrical components or wiring.
Repairs that need to be carried out most frequently and parts that often break:
→ Regular maintenance and inspection of hydraulic hoses and fittings.
→ Replacement of worn or damaged cutting edges on buckets.
→ Routine lubrication and adjustment of pivot points and linkage.
→ Replacement of worn or damaged tires.
→ Repair or replacement of damaged or leaking hydraulic cylinders.
→ Replacement of worn or damaged drive chains or sprockets.
→ Regular inspection and cleaning of air filters and cooling system components.
→ Repair or replacement of faulty electrical switches or sensors.
→ Maintenance and adjustment of the drive belt tension.
→ Repair or replacement of damaged or worn-out seals in the hydraulic system.
One important aspect of owning and operating this machine is having access to a variety of manuals. The operator's manual provides information on proper operation, while the parts manual provides detailed information on the different components of the machine and their respective part numbers, which can be helpful when ordering replacement parts. The service manual provides detailed instructions on how to perform regular maintenance tasks, such as checking and replacing fluids, filters, and belts. It also includes troubleshooting guides that can help to diagnose and fix problems. It is recommended to have three manuals, one for the operator, one for the parts, and one for the service.
To access the comprehensive repair manual, simply click the download button and obtain the detailed Case manual for repair purposes. Upon completing the payment, you will receive an email with the download link for the official Case OEM shop manual and parts list. Additionally, the download link will appear on the checkout page once the payment process is complete. We strive to promptly provide you with the payment and download information to access your Case skid steer loader manual.