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Caterpillar 416/416 Series II Loader Backhoe

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The Caterpillar 416 loader backhoe was introduced in 1985. It was manufactured in England only.

[edit] Features

The 416 has a Perkins 4.236 four-cylinder engine producing 62 flywheel horsepower (FWHP). It comes standard with a four-speed power shuttle and load sensing hydraulic system.

The 416 was given a 5PC serial number prefix.

[edit] Modifications

Throughout its history, the Cat 416 has undergone a multitude of modifications.

In 1986 four-wheel drive (4WD) was added, beginning with 5PC00364. The loader bucket tilt linkage was modified, beginning with 5PC00495. Optional backhoe controls became available, beginning with 5PC00609. Altitude-compensating turbo became available, which increased horsepower to 70 FWHP, beginning with 5PC00767. A multi-purpose loader bucket was available, beginning with 5PC00768.

In 1987 Caterpillar modified the hydraulic control valves for backhoe swing, boom, stick, and loader lift, beginning with 5PC02979. Grease zerks were added in the backhoe bucket linkage, beginning with 5PC04124. The stabilizer cylinder piston retaining bolt size was increased, beginning with 5PC04364. The stick cylinder piston retaining bolt size was increased, beginning with 5PC04507. Grease zerks were added in the loader bucket linkage, beginning with 5PC04805. Fuel tanks were modified to include filler neck and pick-up tube screens, beginning with 5PC04940. A new cab glass shape was installed, beginning with 5PC05545.

In 1988 Cat modified the swing system to increase torque and speed, and reduced wag, beginning with 5PC05611. All-wheel drive (AWD) gears were removed from two-wheel drive (2WD) units, beginning with 5PC06572. A new slide seat mechanism was added, beginning with 5PC06593. New work light arrangements were made for better roading and working, beginning with 5PC07035.

In 1990 Cat introduced Series II, which included tighter AWD turning radius, increased fuel tank capacity by 33 percent, and a new turbo plus package with a larger hydraulic pump and turbocharger, beginning with 5PC10762.

In 1991 the standardized ether starting aid became optional, beginning with 5PC13420.

Production of the Cat 416 ended in 1992.

The Caterpillar 416 was replaced by the Caterpillar 416B.

Based on data from the sales database of Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers, it is estimated that more than 16,600 Caterpillar 416 loader backhoes have been produced.

Highest Serial #
5PC 16624
Total = 16,624