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01-31-2013 03:34:38

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Why so many wts. on the rear wheels??? are case tractor didn't have "rop's. But 2nd oldest bro found out that are 530 4th gear high-range it will rollover when turn the wheel and stomp on the left brake!!! Other then road-rash on his left elbow he was fine. The 700 put it back on its wheels. Dad and Al (case dealer) loaded her up and took to the shop. Story is Al started her up. New muffler and Al pointing out WHY that little level on brake is to be on both brakes when in roadgear!!!! It was the talk of the town. Sorry for rambling we where lucky to still have 2nd bro (was 17yrs, old) around!!! I think Al was more upset then Dad!! Al said "Darn tractors don't need to go that fast!!!!

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01-31-2013 04:29:02

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 Re: Upside sideways Case in reply to McKerrow630, 01-31-2013 03:34:38  
they loaded the tractors with extra weight to make sure the ROPS had enough strenth to protect the driver even though they used "Dummy's" and run them by "remote" control, they went thru the side roll over first then if they would still run they drove them up the vertical ramp and flipped them on their top

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