I knew that all I had to do was put "Case" and "inferior" in the same paragraph to get some good conversation going. ;) Thank you all for coming to Abe's defense. That's all good info. I think I'd still take a rocking front bolster over solid, but it may depend highly on the job and the bed. I've seen plenty of rocking bolsters and literature for other brands that shows them, but I haven"t seen an older Case or Case literature that shows them. So, I don't know that Case had it as an option (at least not before the more modern equipment of the '60s and '70s.) When we threshed this year, we had to borrow several racks, which added a fair bit of time before and after. We have one on a JD gear and another on a homemade gear. We also have my great-grandpa's IH gear on steel that we could build a rack for, but I'd like to find a Case gear too (ideally on steel). That would make 4. I'll keep my eyes open, and may try that chaining idea.
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