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DC Hand Crank

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casedc3

02-03-2013 17:36:08
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Was watching a DC hand crank today on ebay. Thing went for around $29. Got me to thinking,Hey I think I want one of those for my DC. I don't need to use it, but It sure would be cool clipped on under the seat. I don't see many at any shows.
My question is are the DC and SC the same? Or do I need to just search for DC models?
Thanks so much...




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Lazy WP

02-04-2013 17:51:40
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 Re: DC Hand Crank in reply to casedc3, 02-03-2013 17:36:08  
DC cranks made great hitch pins, and we cut up quite a few of them over the years. Sure wish I had all of them now.



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casecollectorsc

02-03-2013 20:24:03
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 Re: DC Hand Crank in reply to casedc3, 02-03-2013 17:36:08  
Probably don't see many at shows because they tend to disappear! Take them off if the tractor is left unattended.



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Ande

02-03-2013 18:56:31
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 Re: DC Hand Crank in reply to casedc3, 02-03-2013 17:36:08  
If I'm not mistaken and you others please correct me but,I think the end is different too,the "DC" fits into a slot doesnt it guys? Loren,Tom?



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Case Nutty 1660

02-03-2013 20:25:32
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 Re: DC Hand Crank in reply to Ande, 02-03-2013 18:56:31  
yes Dan long DC-3 cranks have two flat spots for the slot drive, the D and DC-4 have a fixed crank that has a pin throught it



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Ande

02-05-2013 18:15:14
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 Re: DC Hand Crank in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 02-03-2013 20:25:32  
That is what I thought Tom,thanks



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Glenn F.

02-03-2013 17:51:20
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 Re: DC Hand Crank in reply to casedc3, 02-03-2013 17:36:08  
Definately not the same. Same design. DC's is a lot bigger.

Glenn



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casedc3

02-03-2013 17:55:22
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 Re: DC Hand Crank in reply to Glenn F., 02-03-2013 17:51:20  
Bigger how? Longer? or just the diameter of the shaft? If not side by side. Any good way to tell the difference ? Thanks...



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j hikemper

02-03-2013 20:12:30
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 Re: DC Hand Crank in reply to casedc3, 02-03-2013 17:55:22  
trust me its biggger ... and size matters ...LOL..neither will work on one another ,, its almost like the sc is just a minature of the DC,.



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Glenn F.

02-03-2013 18:32:13
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 Re: DC Hand Crank in reply to casedc3, 02-03-2013 17:55:22  
The DC's is made of larger (round) stock, is longer and has more offset.

Glenn



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