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Re: anyone have a memory on a 400 diesel????
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We purchased our 1st 400 diesel in 1956 with a 420 picker. That was the start of exclusively case tractors. Traded a Super MD Farmall for a 800 diesel in early 60's. In 63 we hooked the 400 and 800 in tamden pulling 2 4x16 plows with them. The outfit was 52 feet long but was easy to operate. I was a sophmore in high school when we built the tamden. Purchased another 400 the next year to pull the planter. I spent many hours on 400's and the 800. Have since had 2 930's, 1030, 2 970's, 1070, 1175, 530, 480, 2470, and currently have vac, sc, dc, 800 gas, 930, 1030, 1370, 2290, 580, and 9130. Maybe an little longer than planned but true case love came from the 400. My Grandpa had an VAC then a SC which I spent a lot of time on before the 400.
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