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12-17-2012 15:28:28

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One of my employees has a Case he needs help in identifying. He was told it was a 1972 "Super King", but I have a suspicion that isn"t anywhere near correct. The s/n is 8702592 and the model is not stamped on the tag. It has a 4-cyl gas engine and may have been an Air Force utility tractor. There is no rear PTO nor 3 pt on it. Any help in identifying would be appreciated!

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Stephen Newell

12-18-2012 19:37:12

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 Re: Case identification in reply to AkKen, 12-17-2012 15:28:28  
The serial number seems about right for 1972 but you really need to get a picture to identify the tractor.

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Gene Dotson

12-17-2012 18:19:20

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 Re: Case identification in reply to AkKen, 12-17-2012 15:28:28  
I have had 2 530 tractors that were Air Force flightline tractors. Both were 540C's. Both had rear entry cabs. Both had brass plates with Air Force specifications. First one had no Case I.D. plate and the second one had the plate on the right side cowl panel. Was hard to see behind the cab member.


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Adirondack case guy

12-17-2012 16:12:56

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 Re: Case identification in reply to AkKen, 12-17-2012 15:28:28  
Need lottttts more info. There should be a sn# tage somewhere on it, (dash area) or a sn# stamped into it on the bellhousing, but not enough info provided to tell you where to look .A pic. would help imensely. Other clues such as approximate age, tire size , type of engine, something to describe it!!!
Case built Concruction Kings, Traction Kings, Comfort Kings. and comissioned Pleasure Kings, that were toy pedal tractors, but no Supper Kings. There were Super CK TLBs though.
Loren LOL

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Adirondack case guy

12-17-2012 16:25:06

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 Re: Case identification in reply to Adirondack case guy, 12-17-2012 16:12:56  
Dam, I hopped rite over the Agri King, and the LCK.

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