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Common Chassis for Two-and Four-Wheel Drive
The 580K features a common main frame for both two- and four-wheel-drive units. In contrast, the 580SE used two different main frames.
Built-in Fuel Tank
The 580K fuel tank is built into the left loader upright and main structure of the chassis, while the 580SE had a remote-mounted fuel tank. The built-in fuel tank provides more room between the loader frame uprights for improved tractor-component positioning.
Integral Hydraulic Reservoir
The 580K hydraulic reservoir is built into the right loader upright and main structure of the chassis. The 580SE's hydraulic reservoir was built only into the right loader upright. The 580K design gives a 68 percent increase in hydraulic reservoir capacity, from 12.5 gallons (47.3 L) to 21 gallons (79.5 L).
Engine
Fuel-Fill Port
A hinged panel between the loader uprights, along with the tilting hood, gives a wide-open access to the 580K fuel-fill port, making it easy to fill, even with a five-gallon (19.3 L) can. This is a handy feature for fueling on the job.
The 580SE fuel-into the hood.
port was recessed
Double Front-Engine Mount
For improved reliability and vibration absorption, the 580K features a double front-engine mount.
Larger Radiator Core
The 580K radiator core has been increased four percent, from 372 square inches (58 cm2) to 385.5 square inches (60 cm2), for improved engine cooling.
 

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