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Same Game, Different Name!

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1370rod

11-03-2012 05:57:34
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I could tell many where having the same problem as I, trying to pick a fav. That simple addition of, 1 of, removes all that burden. Have Fun everyone, Rod.




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NickatKY

11-04-2012 08:10:15
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to 1370rod, 11-03-2012 05:57:34  
Here are some of my favorites.

1959 Case 311b.Dad bought this tractor in the early 60's when I was 2 or 3 years old.

I am 9 or 10 in this pic



I am 17 or so in this pic.Me, dad and brother are loading tobacco for the market.





I am about 11 in this pic filling the water barrels for transplanting tobacco.



11 again riding the transplanter with brother and dad's driving



1970's and dad's using the shop built boom spray on Dark tobacco.



Early 80's and mom's driving for me while loading tobacco



1954 VAC 14.


Same tractor with # 10 Case eagle hitch loader



1190 Case with 3rd generation shop built boom spray for tobacco



1997 and 52 DC with youngest discing tobacco plant beds up.I have a string tied to the coil wire in case he gets into trouble.



1953 DC-4 with footclutch and eagle hitch



1953 DC-4 with tricycle front attached.I swapped out the DC-4 axle for cultivating tobacco




This post was edited by NickatKY at 08:14:30 11/04/12.

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Case Nutty 1660

11-05-2012 01:20:05
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to NickatKY, 11-04-2012 08:10:15  
Nick, I never get tired of your pics what a great set of family history pics working with Case,,,,, pricless thanks for posting cnt tom



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crl800

11-04-2012 06:11:43
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to 1370rod, 11-03-2012 05:57:34  
Tried to post to a different question and got my tractor on here twice.had to get help for the first post, now got it by accident. Oops.



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crl800

11-04-2012 06:00:25
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to 1370rod, 11-03-2012 05:57:34  

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My 801. My favorite of 3 case tractors. Had a lot of fun pulling this summer. Did real good.



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870blackknight

11-03-2012 18:52:10
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to 1370rod, 11-03-2012 05:57:34  

here are some of my favorites!



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1370rod

11-03-2012 19:39:06
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to 870blackknight, 11-03-2012 18:52:10  
On the 2090 was that frame by the dash area standard on non cab models?



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870blackknight

11-03-2012 19:52:33
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to 1370rod, 11-03-2012 19:39:06  
Rod,I beilive the bar is standard I've seen a few other open stations and they have the same bar



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1370rod

11-03-2012 19:58:35
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to 870blackknight, 11-03-2012 19:52:33  
I have a friend that bought a 2094 on auction with the same frame. I had never seen another till your pic. thanks, Rod.



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Agri King

11-03-2012 16:13:48
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to 1370rod, 11-03-2012 05:57:34  

A couple randoms, I will do some more digging.

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1370rod

11-03-2012 19:41:44
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to Agri King, 11-03-2012 16:13:48  
Nice pics Eric, is the BK a family tractor? Rod.



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Agri King

11-04-2012 06:37:18
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to 1370rod, 11-03-2012 19:41:44  
Rod, A guy from YT here that I became friends with found the 1070 about 5 yrs ago. It was a 1 owner tractor from around Dover-Plainview MN.



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Moline_guy

11-03-2012 15:09:12
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to 1370rod, 11-03-2012 05:57:34  

I would have to give dads 400 a honorable nod. It should probably been the first pick, just because of all its work it has done and its reliability over the years. Dad bought it at an auction sale back in the mid 70's. It was out in the junk line with the transmission cover off. He bought it, put some shift forks in it, swapped out the narrow front for a row crop wide front from the salvage yard and put it in the F10 loader that had been managaed by a 60 john deere of my grandpas since the late 50's. I can remember as a kid riding in that big scoop going from lot to lot while we did the feeding. It always started right up day in and day out. Feeding cows to cleaning barns and pushing snow in the winter to stacking hay all summer with bucker basket on the f 10 in the summer. In 81 dad bought an 851 baler, so its work load got cut back in the summer time to stacking bales. In the early 80s we parted out his 900 case and we put the front axle on the 400, no more broken spindles after that. In the late 90's we retired the old F10 cable farmhand that my grandpa had bought new in the early 50's with an F11 front end loader. It is still in this set up today, but we don't use it anymore. In the one picture it is pictured beside the neighbors sc case and F10 loader. If I remember right, I think we used the neigbors loader for two days while dad put in a piston and sleeve set and new clutch. Over the years we put in a handful of clutches and I think he put pistons and sleeves in it two or three times over 30 years of service. It is in one of dads shed to this day, earning a much needed rest.

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1370rod

11-03-2012 19:46:09
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to Moline_guy, 11-03-2012 15:09:12  
Sounds like it definetly earn the right to be top pic, thanks for sharing, Rod.



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Kow Farmer

11-03-2012 13:35:12
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to 1370rod, 11-03-2012 05:57:34  

I just had to put a picture on here too of me workin' the 1070 this Fall. I am enjoying everyone's stories, comments. It is so nice to see and hear what other people use on their farms. Kow Farmer (Kurt)



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jon f mn

11-03-2012 13:24:57
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to 1370rod, 11-03-2012 05:57:34  

Well if this is the runner up post I have a couple of picks. I like the 400 fine, but it was not high on the list. BUT, once you mount the picker or hook the combine then it's a different story. I prefer to collect and repair the implements that go with the tractors, and my 426 is my pride and joy. Don't know why I like it so much since I can barely remember dad's, but it is the one piece that will never go.

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crl800

11-03-2012 10:39:06
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to 1370rod, 11-03-2012 05:57:34  

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My 801. My favorite of 3 case tractors. Had a lot of fun pulling this summer. Did real good.



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1370rod

11-03-2012 20:02:04
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to crl800, 11-03-2012 10:39:06  
The 800 diesels are sweet runnin tractors, Rod.



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j hikemper

11-03-2012 08:10:02
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to 1370rod, 11-03-2012 05:57:34  
Here is my FaVorites and the REASONS WHY.... the ALWAYS READY TO GO nimble,effeicient, versatile ,fast/slow diesel 430,the gentleman DC gives me fond memories of Dad and his uncles and cuzins , I own both DC and sc , the DC is just as nimble as any sc with FAR more fighting power ,i like the novelty and royalty of 800 c-o-m, the roaring power of the 1070 p/s And the reliable starting in cold weather .square baling with the 49 VAC strait pipe makes a charming sound echoing off the hillsides with every stroke in heavy hay ...the commanding view from the open station 930 deserves honorable mention

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1370rod

11-03-2012 19:51:32
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to j hikemper, 11-03-2012 08:10:02  
We all love those stories, Rod.



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1370 pwr in ne

11-03-2012 11:35:16
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to j hikemper, 11-03-2012 08:10:02  
very well written!thanks for sharing.



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Case Nutty 1660

11-03-2012 07:36:49
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to 1370rod, 11-03-2012 05:57:34  

Here is the runner up to my 1470's a 770 with all of the "70" series we sold we sold one 770 I am not sure why I fell in love with one but fall hard I did and finally in 2001 I came across this one at Jenner equipment Co in Rapid city SD and was able to buy it, it has become the tractor I put the most hrs on every year next to my 580CK, I use it for everything from plowing to baling hay and of course drilling all of my grain and reseeding hay fields, it is very good on fuel my 1470 is the only other one in this class I farm with, one thing to note I found out when I got my build card on this tractor it was actually shipped to our dealership and Northside Implement from Bell Fourche SD then picked it up there to save on freight costs, I had forgotten he did that from time to time until I saw the bulid card small world!! cnt tom

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Kow Farmer

11-03-2012 12:59:11
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-03-2012 07:36:49  
Case Nutty,
Your 770 is just an all around great small hp tractor. It is in really nice condition. I really admire your tractor. I would love to find a 770 also. Thanks for sharing all the nice pics of her at work.
Kow Farmer (Kurt)



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Glenn F.

11-03-2012 12:30:13
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-03-2012 07:36:49  
Nuttty, what size are the rear tires on your 770?

Glenn



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Case Nutty 1660

11-03-2012 13:00:33
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to Glenn F., 11-03-2012 12:30:13  
16.9x34 will be putting 18.4x34 on in the spring and putting the 16.9x34 on my dual's cnt



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Brokengun

11-03-2012 09:31:40
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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-03-2012 07:36:49  
casenutty I would say that if we all had has nice a 770 like your we would all be pretty proud



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