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Straw Boss

12-07-2012 20:09:30
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Here's my end wheel drill Ande. Not a press drill like Nutty's but I'm sure its the same box. Sorry for poor photo. My internet is down so had to take a picture of my computer screen with my phone and send it that way.




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casecollectorsc

12-07-2012 20:39:25
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 Re: ED Drills in reply to Straw Boss, 12-07-2012 20:09:30  
Where did you find the end wheel drill? I bought my press drill in Plankinton SD. The neighbors bought 2 7' drills there also. The only other ones I knew of at the time had been sold at Huron Case Power and Equipment. They were sold out but I bought the walkway kit from them.



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Case Nutty 1660

12-07-2012 22:07:47
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 Re: ED Drills in reply to casecollectorsc, 12-07-2012 20:39:25  
by the way I have two more 8' footers to get home they have the open rubber wrapped press wheels instead of the solid ones, I also know of one other 7' unit cnt



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casecollectorsc

12-08-2012 07:07:17
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 Re: ED Drills in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 12-07-2012 22:07:47  
Finally found all the lit. for the ED drills. The drive mech. on the fertilizer units are the same as my Melroe drills but the fert. box itself is made out of aluminum. So Case must have bought fert. units from Melroe. Tom, if you do have 8' units they must be special as all this lit. lists only 7' press and 12' endwheel.



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Case Nutty 1660

12-08-2012 07:23:07
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 Re: ED Drills in reply to casecollectorsc, 12-08-2012 07:07:17  
I have the fertilizer attachments for mine, have to post a pic, and yes I agree same gear cluster as my Kirshman and Melroe drills, cnt



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Straw Boss

12-07-2012 21:24:52
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 Re: ED Drills in reply to casecollectorsc, 12-07-2012 20:39:25  
Mine came out of Canada. Gramps and Dad had Oliver JD and IH drills. Neighbors had IH JD or Melroe. Always wondered why Case didn't fare better with their drills. They seemed to do fine with tillage and hay equipment in the area but the planting equipment just didn't have a following.



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Straw Boss

12-07-2012 20:31:01
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 Re: ED Drills in reply to Straw Boss, 12-07-2012 20:09:30  

Here's my hoe drill a bit older and obviously Case built.
What's interesting is the galvanized box was painted over and decaled from the factory. The wheels and decals are sand colored. Maybe one of the last Case built ????

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Jason Kozlowski

12-12-2012 18:06:08
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 Re: ED Drills in reply to Straw Boss, 12-07-2012 20:31:01  

Brad, I'm not sure how I missed this post, but that's a very neat drill. I know how mad I would be if that happened to something I wanted! The guy that had my ED was supposed to keep it inside up in Canada, instead it was put out after about a month. So it spent nearly six months out in the Ontario acid rain. The paint was much brighter in the original pictures of it. Nothing I could do about him lying either.

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Case Nutty 1660

12-07-2012 22:05:34
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 Re: ED Drills in reply to Straw Boss, 12-07-2012 20:31:01  
Brad I am glad I found out you were bidding on the press drill on the trailer as I was going to bid also, glad you got it John saved me and or you some money as I was going to go much higher than what you got it for but I was just wanting to make sure it was preserved,,, again so glad you got it sure would like to see it in the field though cnt



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Straw Boss

12-07-2012 22:54:59
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 Re: ED Drills in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 12-07-2012 22:05:34  
Without advertising what I paid I'll just say somebody else wanted it as I paid twice what I thought it would have brought. But hey, thats what makes an auction! The owner fessed up to bending the hitch into a pretzel when he got too rough with it moving it for the sale. What he didn't own up to was the bent frame that "mustve been that way" even though the paint had fresh stress cracks in it and both transmissions had two gears each with half the teeth freshly busted off. Grrr. So unless I find a donor drill with the same gear ratios, I don't think it will be planting any time soon.

I can't tell you how many times good old machinery I wanted turned into scrap two days before the sale. Usually from being liberated from the sod or trees in a not so gentle way.

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Case Nutty 1660

12-07-2012 23:36:09
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 Re: ED Drills in reply to Straw Boss, 12-07-2012 22:54:59  
do the end wheel units use the same gearing? I knew where one partial press drill was but not sure if it's still there, I had spoken for it and will check to see if its there and has the parts you need,, man that sucks they tore it up, really ticks me off!! cnt



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