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Case 124 Air Cooled Engine

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connor9988

01-12-2013 06:53:22
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Does anyone have pictures of the Case 124 Air Cooled Engines? Ive heard they were put on combines and maybe hay balers but Ive never seen one before.
If anyone could post a picture that would be great. Thanks!




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bill in colo

01-13-2013 08:26:45
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 Re: Case 124 Air Cooled Engine in reply to connor9988, 01-12-2013 06:53:22  
My SIL has one in his tree row I may try to talk him out of it. The motor was on a hay swather.



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Dalet

01-12-2013 18:15:45
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 Re: Case 124 Air Cooled Engine in reply to connor9988, 01-12-2013 06:53:22  
I wonder what IH would have called their rotary combines if Case would have trademarked axial-flow??



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Smitty Tex

01-12-2013 17:21:37
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 Re: Case 124 Air Cooled Engine in reply to connor9988, 01-12-2013 06:53:22  
I have one of these Air Cooled Engines. It was brought to me by a friend. It does not run, but would like to see someone get it going. If interested contact me.



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Smitty Tex

01-13-2013 13:58:07
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 Re: Case 124 Air Cooled Engine in reply to Smitty Tex, 01-12-2013 17:21:37  
I am southwest of Houston, TX about 60 miles. It has been setting up for years and is tight. Don't know much else about it. Let me know were to contact you.



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connor9988

01-13-2013 17:11:37
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 Re: Case 124 Air Cooled Engine in reply to Smitty Tex, 01-13-2013 13:58:07  
Southwestern houston? Well unfortunantly that is a fair jag out of my way. Im sorry but I will have to pass. At least for right now.

However if you happen to have your camera with you when your around it maybe you could take a few pictures? I might be in the neighborhood in the future.
You can contact me by email at connor1306@gmail.com

Thank you.



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connor9988

01-12-2013 17:54:16
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 Re: Case 124 Air Cooled Engine in reply to Smitty Tex, 01-12-2013 17:21:37  
I would be very interested. Even if I cant put it in a VAC it is still an odd engine I would like to try and restore. What is the overall condition of it? Where are you located? I am in Southern Missouri.



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casecollectorsc

01-12-2013 19:15:24
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 Re: Case 124 Air Cooled Engine in reply to connor9988, 01-12-2013 17:54:16  
They go right in a VAC. Loren Simmons used to show one before he passed. Don't know where that tractor went. Some of his went overseas.



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connor9988

01-12-2013 12:30:23
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 Re: Case 124 Air Cooled Engine in reply to connor9988, 01-12-2013 06:53:22  
Well I was considering trying to find one to put into a VAC but that irreplaceable bearing has turned me away. Not to mention I dont think the A125 can support the VACs hydraulic pump.
Oh well, great pictures anyways and Ive learned alot about this engine. Thanks to all!



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bradley martin

01-12-2013 11:44:47
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 Re: Case 124 Air Cooled Engine in reply to connor9988, 01-12-2013 06:53:22  

Here you go!!



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connor9988

01-12-2013 10:59:00
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 Re: Case 124 Air Cooled Engine in reply to connor9988, 01-12-2013 06:53:22  
How many of these engines were built?



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bradley martin

01-12-2013 12:11:50
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 Re: Case 124 Air Cooled Engine in reply to connor9988, 01-12-2013 10:59:00  
I can't answer your question, Connor, but they were fairly common on the Case stuff in the l950's. I know a fellow who had a business custom spraying cattle for warble worms, who used those engines on the high pressure sprayer well into the 90's........he went through at least 7 of them. he would run them until the fan failed and then just find another one in the bone yard to replace it with.



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111

01-12-2013 10:53:30
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 Re: Case 124 Air Cooled Engine in reply to connor9988, 01-12-2013 06:53:22  

Here is mine, runs great. Ben



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connor9988

01-12-2013 11:02:27
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 Re: Case 124 Air Cooled Engine in reply to 111, 01-12-2013 10:53:30  
Aside from being air cooled, What is different between this engine and the 124s in VACs? It looks to be several inches taller and a little wider.



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bradley martin

01-12-2013 11:48:49
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 Re: Case 124 Air Cooled Engine in reply to connor9988, 01-12-2013 11:02:27  
It has 4 "jugs" mounted on the block that allow the air to cirulate and cool the engine. As I stated before, the pistons, bearings and I think crank are the same as the 126 in the 200B. Of course, the block and head are different, the head being finned to direct the air.



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connor9988

01-12-2013 12:04:03
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 Re: Case 124 Air Cooled Engine in reply to bradley martin, 01-12-2013 11:48:49  
Thank you for the photos and the information! These are neat engines.

These will mount in a VAC exactly?



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bradley martin

01-12-2013 08:25:29
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 Re: Case 124 Air Cooled Engine in reply to connor9988, 01-12-2013 06:53:22  
It is actually designated as the A125 engine. The bottom end is the same as the 126 c.i. engine found in the 200B series. I have one in running condition from a "66" tobacco harvester.I will try to get a picture of it today and post it for you. I also have the parts book for the A125. Their weak spot was the bearing on the axial fan, that was not replaceable. If or when it failed, the engine would totally destroy the fan and shroud. 25 years ago, I could find quite a few that were on swathers, balers and combines. It has been quite a while since I have run across one.

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Case Nutty 1660

01-12-2013 08:29:00
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 Re: Case 124 Air Cooled Engine in reply to bradley martin, 01-12-2013 08:25:29  
I may have asked before but what happened to the tobacco harvestor? always thought one of those in my collection would be a real oddity thanks for the info cnt



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Racine

01-12-2013 12:15:26
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 Re: Case 124 Air Cooled Engine in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-12-2013 08:29:00  
Hi Case Nutty 1660

Interested to see your comments re the "CASE" tobbaco harvesters - as far as I know there was only one of these sold here new in the Nelson area of the South Island,of N.Z. where a lot of tobbaco was grown commercially. I never actually seen the machine, however somewhere here in my collection I do have a press article and a photo of the machine away back some time in the late 1950's.
It was powered with the "CASE" 124 cubic inch, "A125" 4 cylinder air cooled engine, this was basically the same engine as the "VA" tractors had only it was air-cooled. That engine was also used as an option on the "CASE" model "77" towed combine from the late 1950's.
Hope that you find this rambling of interest.

Regards

Alan T. Lewis
Christchurch
NEW ZEALAND

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bradley martin

01-12-2013 11:59:40
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 Re: Case 124 Air Cooled Engine in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-12-2013 08:29:00  
Unfortunately, Tom, it ended up being scrapped....in fact, i salvaged the engine as it was being cut up. The harvester was bought new by a Mr. Alf Arner, a tobacco farmer who also owned the Case dealership at Essex, Ontario. Unfortunately, he was stricken with either Lou Gehrig's Disease or M.S. shortly thereafter. The dealership became a company store and the farms were rented out. It took him about 20 years for the disease to kill him.His equipment at the farm sat all that time. Another tobacco farmer then bought the machine,added a tank, spray boom and pump and used it as high clearance sprayer for 10 or 12 years. it then sat likely another decade or so outside before being scrapped. Yes, it was an oddball. Being 3 wheeled, it was pretty tippy w/ the spray tank mounted on top. Ground speed was controlled by a manually controlled variable speed pulley. It would be interesting to know how many (or few) of those harvesters Case built. I would hazard a guess that that was the only 1 sold in Canada.Perhaps guys from the Carolinas or Virginia would know of others.

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j hikemper

01-12-2013 10:14:04
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 Re: Case 124 Air Cooled Engine in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-12-2013 08:29:00  
hey cnt ,, my brother has a tobacco harvester that is not case ,, it has kohler motor,, go -kart style clutching and dinky wheels.. probably not what you are looking for,,anyway, you could harvest sitting or standin , 2 people worked best for spearing ,,chopping height was done with a foot operated constant circle saw ,the saw also worked a automatic steering senser with manual override, pretty cool outfit ,complete with a striped beach style umbrella ,,, but really a novelty..to find operators was like finding painters for tom sawyers fence ..

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Case Nutty 1660

01-12-2013 07:13:04
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 Re: Case 124 Air Cooled Engine in reply to connor9988, 01-12-2013 06:53:22  

here is one from baler lit and a scan of my parts book for a later power unit

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casecollectorsc

01-12-2013 12:02:03
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 Re: Case 124 Air Cooled Engine in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-12-2013 07:13:04  
Yep, my 140 baler has the Wisconsin engine for power, but my 77 Case combine has the air cooled engine.



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connor9988

01-12-2013 07:37:27
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 Re: Case 124 Air Cooled Engine in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-12-2013 07:13:04  
Thank you! That sure is an intersting engine. It would be neat to see one run.



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