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10-26-2012 15:12:45

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few pictures of my stand- I hadthis one made from my father-in law's own design- worked for Case many many years- he made this one himself also- works on up to the 930's - maybe more- I know it works because we changed the cluth a few times on dad's tractors.

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Chuck Machinist

10-27-2012 17:27:01

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 Re: splitting stands in reply to DanMN, 10-26-2012 15:12:45  
Got it! A little slow on the up take. I like it.

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eldo case

10-27-2012 13:16:44

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 Re: splitting stands in reply to DanMN, 10-26-2012 15:12:45  

I just use a chain falls, block the front axle and built a H type of bracket to bolt on the sides of the transmission with the side of the H coming down to with in a inch of the floor. This is in case it would slip off the jack. I have never had that happen. The cross member of the H close to the bottom of the H. Use of a floor jack under the cross member of the H bracket. Hard to see in photo but the H is in front of the creeper. I split my 1070 and other by my self.

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chuck machinist

10-27-2012 10:21:53

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 Re: splitting stands in reply to DanMN, 10-26-2012 15:12:45  
Thanks to all for the response on this subject.I felt that there must be others who did not have resourses and needed to have other options. Dan,could you give a little clarification on how the two pipes with the flatbar are mounted[verticle or horizontal]and were they mounted foward near the radiator or near the rear of the motor? I see where the tapped holes on the motor and the transmission could be utlized. Chuck

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10-27-2012 06:12:12

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 Re: splitting stands in reply to DanMN, 10-26-2012 15:12:45  
Gee,I sold 5 stands (OTC) on the sale,I think each one around 1200.00

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Case Nutty 1660

10-26-2012 17:47:01

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 Re: splitting stands in reply to DanMN, 10-26-2012 15:12:45  
nice design really like the color too cnt

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