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Cummings diesel engine in a Case tractor?

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Brad Peters

02-25-2010 15:41:47
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did Case, {not Case/ih} ever make a tractor that was powered by a cummings?




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mEl

03-02-2010 04:37:21
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 Re: Cummings diesel engine in a Case tractor? in reply to Tom Railsback, 02-25-2010 15:41:47  
Brad, I did not check back through the posts but I hope we didn't forget that Case uses the large Cummins in the big four wheel line. It is on the CaseIH tractor and is now and has been for many years in the Case tent since Case purchased Steiger and it became a red tractor. This discussion for the purposes it is for is getting kinda humorous when you look at the motives involved and the various tractors involved. JMHO. mEl

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Gold-Leaf-Deere

02-26-2010 18:15:05
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 Re: Cummings diesel engine in a Case tractor? in reply to Brad Peters, 02-25-2010 15:41:47  
Yes Mr Wilson, The L with the starter hole that I got from You is the same tractor that I sold to the man in Whitehall Montana. Charles



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dboll

02-26-2010 18:18:53
64.61.211.175



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 Re: Cummings diesel engine in a Case tractor? in reply to Gold-Leaf-Deere, 02-26-2010 18:15:05  
GLD- Don K. put the L together, not perfect in detail but representative of the original



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Don Rudolph

02-25-2010 17:36:56
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 Re: Cummings diesel engine in a Case tractor? in reply to Brad Peters, 02-25-2010 15:41:47  
I toured the Case factory in the Winter of 84-85 and they were assembling 1896 and 2096 tractors with the CDC (case/Cummins) engines. The thing I remember is the tour guide telling us about the buyout and how they were now going to give Deere a run for their money. That worked out well. LOL The neatest thing was the OLD Abe decal in the steering wheel.



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JoeBob-IN

02-25-2010 18:13:19
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 Re: Cummings diesel engine in a Case tractor? in reply to Don Rudolph, 02-25-2010 17:36:56  
Just got an '87 2294 which is a CIH and the neighbor had an '84 3294 which was a Case, both have the old abe in the center of the wheel. Kinda looks outta place at first but after a bit it is really kinda neat how they keep the heritage alive. Been told that Abe is somewhere on all the tractors with case heritage.



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Gold-Leaf-Deere

02-25-2010 17:24:32
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 Re: Cummings diesel engine in a Case tractor? in reply to Brad Peters, 02-25-2010 15:41:47  
Case built at least one L with a four cylinder Cummins, I believe it was a H series engine. At one time I had that engine. I sold the Cummins along with a L tractor with electric starter to a man in Montana. He intented to restore the L with the Cummins like the original one was built.



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Ande

02-26-2010 05:21:32
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 Re: Cummings diesel engine in a Case tractor? in reply to Gold-Leaf-Deere, 02-25-2010 17:24:32  
Gold Leaf is correct.Case Company,installed a Cummins in a "L" prototype.



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wilson

02-26-2010 05:21:09
66.244.106.6



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 Re: Cummings diesel engine in a Case tractor? in reply to Gold-Leaf-Deere, 02-25-2010 17:24:32  
gold leaf isn't that the L with starter hole I sold you which went to whitefish MT?



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Marlin1

02-25-2010 17:09:32
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 Re: Cummings diesel engine in a Case tractor? in reply to Brad Peters, 02-25-2010 15:41:47  
Yes,Case also used Cummins engines in all magnum and maxxum tractors.



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Thad

02-25-2010 17:00:53
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 Re: Cummings diesel engine in a Case tractor? in reply to Brad Peters, 02-25-2010 15:41:47  
Yes Ive had a couple 1896s and a 2096 that were white and black. They were decaled as a Case not a Case IH. So they were built before the buy out of IH. But ive seen way more of them as red and black Case IHs. So basicly i say they were a Case right??? Anyone else ever seen the white and black ones? Thad



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dboll

02-25-2010 19:07:26
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 Re: Cummings diesel engine in a Case tractor? in reply to Thad, 02-25-2010 17:00:53  
theres some white 94/96 tractors atround here, look alot better than those farmall red ones, when I get a Magnum bought with faded red paint it's going to get re- painted white!



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roy prins

02-25-2010 16:46:57
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 Re: Cummings diesel engine in a Case tractor? in reply to Brad Peters, 02-25-2010 15:41:47  
i never saw any of those but i did see an la with a 549 IH gas engine with a belt driven govener-- 6 plow tractor -- what a beast--if it didnt pull it -- it would tear it apart-- went to the scrap yard 25 yrs. ago believe me it was shot-rolled over and dead



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DKase

02-25-2010 16:21:37
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 Re: Cummings diesel engine in a Case tractor? in reply to Brad Peters, 02-25-2010 15:41:47  
NO Cummings, but there was a Cummins in the 96 series tractors as well as the skid loaders, backhoes, and articulated loaders among other machines.



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JoeBob-IN

02-25-2010 17:27:03
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 Re: Cummings diesel engine in a Case tractor? in reply to DKase, 02-25-2010 16:21:37  
Actually you are only half correct. That particular engine is not a Cummins but rather a CDC. Consolidated Diesel Corporation. A joint venture between Case and Cummins. Probably the most widely used and stout medium duty diesel engine ever made. My opinion anyways but pretty hard to say otherwise.



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Gene Dotson

02-25-2010 19:42:37
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 Re: Cummings diesel engine in a Case tractor? in reply to JoeBob-IN, 02-25-2010 17:27:03  
Joe Bob, you forgot the third partner. Scania was also a partner in the CDC diesel... Gene



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Tom Railsback

02-25-2010 20:22:43
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 Re: Cummings diesel engine in a Case tractor? in reply to Gene Dotson, 02-25-2010 19:42:37  
Gene, I'm not so sure about that. Stonehouse and Brumbaugh indicate that the CDC was developed to replace the Case diesels and Scania was a temporary fix during CDC development.



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JoeBob-IN

02-26-2010 04:32:53
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 Re: Cummings diesel engine in a Case tractor? in reply to Tom Railsback, 02-25-2010 20:22:43  
I don't think Scania was ever used as a replacement. They were always used in the "8" models of the 4wd's. The 2870, 4890, 4894, and a V8 Scania in the 4994.



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Tom Railsback

02-26-2010 05:43:54
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 Re: Cummings diesel engine in a Case tractor? in reply to JoeBob-IN, 02-26-2010 04:32:53  
You're right, I didn't mean to imply that the Scania was a replacement for worn out engines.



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JoeBob-IN

02-26-2010 08:22:49
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 Re: Cummings diesel engine in a Case tractor? in reply to Tom Railsback, 02-26-2010 05:43:54  
I didn't mean to make it sound as if the Scania's were replacements. I just don't think they were ever involved with Case, Cummins, or CDC other than being contracted to supply those monsterous beasts for the Largest 4wd's.



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Tom Railsback

02-26-2010 11:54:50
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 Re: Cummings diesel engine in a Case tractor? in reply to JoeBob-IN, 02-26-2010 08:22:49  
You're right. I just asked Tom Stanley as his dad and uncle had a dealership some years ago. His answer jibes with yours.



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