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Re: 530 at National FFA convention

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Case Nutty 1660

10-28-2012 11:01:18

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yes the only ones who think IH bought Case are IH guy's, those of us who were involved with Case at the time know the real story, glad you confirmed your thoughts cnt

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mike plotner

10-28-2012 11:41:03

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 Re: 530 at National FFA convention in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 10-28-2012 11:01:18  
the guy i was arguing with tthainks a Super H is also suprior in all ways to a late SC with eagle hitch and the 15% power increase

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Case Nutty 1660

10-28-2012 13:28:57

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 Re: 530 at National FFA convention in reply to mike plotner, 10-28-2012 11:41:03  
a good running super "H" tractors did have a five speed tranny and a slower low gear so I can see them as "power" compatable the Eagle hitch gives the late "SC" the edge on vesatility, so yes a "can of worms" works for me I will say the "H" and "M" tractors did drive well the "H" I had was a plain jane model and all I ever used it for was a Farmhand but I always felt it was a litle underpowered compared to my "SC" tractors, never have drove a super model but have heard good things cnt

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Christopher Mikesell

10-28-2012 12:34:19

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 Re: 530 at National FFA convention in reply to mike plotner, 10-28-2012 11:41:03  
Late SC vs. Super H? That is a can of worms. It is sufficient to say that when set up properly, the two are very close.

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