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Re: Case prototype tractors before linkup with IH

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Jason Kozlowski

01-02-2013 00:50:28

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Case had a model 5094 in the works. The project was started before the 4994 was developed, but the 4994 was rushed into production ahead of the 5094 when competitors entered into the 400hp market, and Case needed a tractor to compete. The 5094 was supposed to be a 600hp 6x6 tractor. All the drawings were said to be finalized, and, if I remember correctly, the frame and axles for the prototype were produced, and were in Racine until they were scrapped sometime after the merger. I have read two different versions of this story in the past, but parts of this tractor were actually built, and the drawings for it probably still exist today in the hands of CNH.

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bermuda ken

01-02-2013 20:12:57

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 Re: Case prototype tractors before linkup with IH in reply to Jason Kozlowski, 01-02-2013 00:50:28  
Why would CASE develop an articulated?? After years of bashing everyone else who made them, did CASE finally "see the light" that rigid frame 4wds are not what farmers wanted???

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Jim in Sask

01-03-2013 17:42:23

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 Re: Case prototype tractors before linkup with IH in reply to bermuda ken, 01-02-2013 20:12:57  
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Probably same thing as John Deere bringing out a rotary combine after years of bashing rotaries made by most other combine manufacturers. :P

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