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j hikemper

12-04-2012 06:25:53

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are you kidding ,,a straight steering rod on a sc around these parts indicates a sc that has seen very little REAL action , i have one straiht perfect rod on a 44 sc ,, currently not running , but very little wear ..i have the rod slid thru a pipe on my 54,, had a 43 sc that came here with angle welded to the arm ,,the solid rod is way too easy to bend and easily straightened by an angry man ,. i recall Pop cuzn his sc and straightening the rod with his bare hands and vowing he was going to trade this useles sun-da-vich sc on a MASSEY FERGUSON ! , and he did.... that rod SHOULD HAD BEEN CHANGED IMMEDIATLY BY CASE TO A PIPE OF DC CALIBER ..The Sc caused my DAD toBoycottCASe for some 10yrs ,,. it took a 430 DEMONSTRATOR to bring Dad back in the fold ... Dad , insisted HE wanted that Particular Tractor ,and he bought it , he knew CASE routinely beefed up and stacked their deck to get the best out of their display tractors ,,. that was truely evident when all his uncles tried on the 430 diesel and claimed it had a hale of a lot more azz than their 430 diesels ,, and of course , the gasser430 was way behind in performance

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