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Re: Case SC: What Should I Look For?

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11-02-2012 17:50:24

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I have to admit, j hikemper, that once you mentioned that the SC is staying with Farmall, I was intrigued. I do know that Case scrounged parts from other manufacturers, as in the V series, so what's the relationship with IHC and the SC?

Ben W.

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Christopher Mikesell

11-02-2012 19:15:28

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 Re: Case SC: What Should I Look For? in reply to SuperABen, 11-02-2012 17:50:24  
He is basically saying that the DC's performance is exceptional, but the SC's performance is nothing special. A lot of case people look down on the pre-1953 case SC tractors. It isn't that there are any real problems, but they don't have the "spirit" of the VAC and DC.

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11-03-2012 17:34:11

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 Re: Case SC: What Should I Look For? in reply to Christopher Mikesell, 11-02-2012 19:15:28  
Christopher, thank you for the explanation: I had never heard of IHC supplying parts to Case during Case's letter series, so I was prepared for all sorts of new information!

I do have to say that the humor of the original comment completely escaped me. This is probably since he was referring to an SC as close to IHC only because it wasn't the greatest of Case models. I'll forgive a comment like that once, now, but not again! ~grins~

All the tractor brand jokes aside, I will grant you Case folks that the reputation of the D series and V series precedes you. I look forward to seeing a Case as a possible project!

Thank you for the input.

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11-02-2012 20:33:36

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 Re: Case SC: What Should I Look For? in reply to Christopher Mikesell, 11-02-2012 19:15:28  
yeah but an sc is alot handier around the farm than a clumbsy a$$ dc, look underneath for a cracked main case from a broken or doubled up chain and for a cracked block on the carb. side

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C. Amick

11-02-2012 19:13:58

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 Re: Case SC: What Should I Look For? in reply to SuperABen, 11-02-2012 17:50:24  
The SC is the Farmall equivalent of the "H". Comparing an SC and a DC is like comparing a Farmall H with an M. They are roughly the same size body, but there is around 100 cubic inches difference in the engine size.

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11-02-2012 19:09:30

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 Re: Case SC: What Should I Look For? in reply to SuperABen, 11-02-2012 17:50:24  
none there that i know of.

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