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Re: What was the first Case tractor you drove, and how old were

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Jimmie D. Phelps

01-08-2013 16:49:53

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I was 12 and it was a 1929 L. Dad had put a faster steering gear on it when he put it on rubber . It would cramp on the turns and it took a man to straighten it. On the first turn it cramped and I just went round and around. Oh yea I was pulling a 12" JD rod weeder. Dad had to run up a 1/2 mi to get on and straignten it out. I had to wait a year until I was 13 when he bought a new 1948 LA. I than worked all day long.

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01-08-2013 17:01:26

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 Re: What was the first Case tractor you drove, and how old were in reply to Jimmie D. Phelps, 01-08-2013 16:49:53  
Jimmie, I turned too short with the L and the rear tire hooked the outside cable of the evener draw bar up over It and bent the fender. OOPS. The clutch lever was backwards on the L so when I pulled back on the lever, it lurched and I could snap it over center. It was pretty easy to disingage. All I had to do was put both hands on the steering wheel and put my foot against the lever and give it a kick.

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