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Chaseside

Post #1 by XS650 » Tue Sep 08, 2009 3:13 pm

Don't seem to have a Chaseside thread , their's an interesting Chaseside Fordson Major cable op crane on ebay at the moment
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Re: Chaseside

Post #2 by B100 LOADER » Tue Sep 08, 2009 3:39 pm

Hello Craig.
My mate is doing up a Chaseside,it is being sandblasted this week.Will put up photos when done.
This is our first view of the machine,complete with tree growing through it :lol:
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Re: Chaseside

Post #3 by usedjcbdave » Tue Sep 08, 2009 5:23 pm

pic attached for the Chaseside 3000 (sorry JCB 3000!) from the early 70s.Believe JCB took over the Blackburn based manufacturer in 1968.The dealer stamp was by Tate JCB of Bruntcliffe Lane,Morley,Nr Leeds,who in turn were taken over by T.C.Harrison JCB Group.
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Re: Chaseside

Post #4 by essexpete » Fri Oct 02, 2009 12:06 am

XS650 wrote:Don't seem to have a Chaseside thread , their's an interesting Chaseside Fordson Major cable op crane on ebay at the moment
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1st photo is a LM (Load master) 700 with the later self leveling bucket and full weather cab introduced about 1957. Fordson Major based with some having a T/con transmission.

2nd is a LM 500 with the early arm arrangement which would not crowd back on the ground but had an a auto crowd as it lifted. Fordson based and Chaseside's 1st entry into hydraulics lagging behind the likes of Weatherill, Bray and MH.

Having driven both the Chaseside and an early Weatherill as a kid, the Chaseside was better thought out. According to the Fordson Conversions book, Chaseside development of the hydraulic loader nearly broke them and was probably responsible for the take over by Northrop.

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Re: Chaseside

Post #5 by allistairc123 » Sat Oct 03, 2009 10:40 am

here is another chaside thread for your interest

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Post #6 by essexpete » Mon Oct 05, 2009 1:41 am

Just trying to download a picture from ebay a year or two back.
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Re: Chaseside

Post #7 by essexpete » Mon Oct 05, 2009 1:44 am

It worked. We had a 500 painted in the same green which I did not think was a chaside colour. Could kick my self, I cut up the LM 500 in the late 80s. It was the first loader I used as a kid.

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Post #8 by XS650 » Mon Oct 05, 2009 9:18 am

1946 the latest thing in material handling ;-
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Re: Chaseside

Post #9 by DaveS » Mon Oct 05, 2009 11:15 am

Vintage Chaseside on lifting duties.

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Re: Chaseside

Post #10 by DaveS » Mon Oct 05, 2009 4:42 pm

As well as the loaders Chaseside also made dumpers, but unlike the Muir-Hills etc. of the time they were not built on a tractor but were built like a truck with a separate ladder-type chassis.

This model being loaded by a rather nice 10-RB skimmer carried 4.25 cu. yds. had options of a Perkins P6 (60BHP) or Fordson Major engine (Diesel 44 BHP or Petrol 43 BHP) and chain final drive, and came with the options of facing forward or back over the skip, not a revolving seat and controls like the M-H or A-B Shuttle dumpers.

They also offered a simple cab.

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