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Just to redeem myself for posting so much green paint, here is a page from the 1971 brochure showing the roll over test of the Case 70 series cabs. They were really pushing the safety and comfort buttons back at that time. And I guess it was about time.

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11-14-2012 09:57:36

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 Re: more on Demostrators in reply to rusty6, 11-14-2012 09:46:34  
I have several film strips from 69 that show this and several other "tests" these were a very large step in operator safety for sure, wish I had the movie that we were shown back in those days was very rough tests they did to prove the ROPS was sound, they had to work a bit to get the ISO-mount to take the roll over, another thing to note was these cabs when rolled were made to "pop" out windows instead of the glass coming in if it failed one other thing Case introduced at this time was the non-metalic fuel tank I do not remember the excat times the test unit with the same tank survived the test but is was quite a few thanks for posting not all on here have to lit resources others do and I am glad many of us a willing to take time to scan/post and share cnt

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