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Ford 555B Backhoe
most of the late 80s 555B backhoes I see have a 2 stick control for the backhoe, does anyone know why one unit would have a 4 stick verses a 2 stick control? I have purchased a 1987 (based on the serial#) which has a 4 stick.
|Shaun Wallace||They could be orderd either way. the plain 555 and a s could be got same way.
are you saying that the 1987 555B could be ordered with 4 stick controls or 2 stick controls?
|Shaun Wallace||Yes. there was other tractor,loader, backhoe options too.
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