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Re: Case 730 Year Productiion

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Adirondack case guy

02-24-2013 09:33:43

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It would be a mid year 1964. That would make it a "high tin" eagle hitch tractor. I presume that there was not a C after 741 so it is a standard clutch gasser. The C denotes Case-O-Matic tranny.
Does your handle reflect that you live in NY., and if so where if you don't mind answering.

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Catskill Case

02-24-2013 10:21:25

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 Re: Case 730 Year Productiion in reply to Adirondack case guy, 02-24-2013 09:33:43  
Thanks for the Info Adirondack. I've been looking for a 50-60 hp tractor for awhile to go with a 300 bulldog nose that I already own.
Yes, I do live in NY- Deposit, which is in Delaware County. I assume your up in the north country??

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Adirondack case guy

02-24-2013 13:11:39

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 Re: Case 730 Year Productiion in reply to Catskill Case, 02-24-2013 10:21:25  
You should hear a hyd squeel when you move the remote lever and see the hoses jump when you move that lever. Also, how does the lever feel that operates the 3pt.? Does it come back to center when pulled back, and move forward and lock for float? It is posible that the finger is broke off in the control valve for the 3pt. It is detented and you should be able to feel the spool move through the detents as you move it up and down. The guys here will walk you any issues you have, after you are able to try it out.

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Catskill Case

02-25-2013 16:51:11

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 Re: Case 730 Year Productiion in reply to Adirondack case guy, 02-24-2013 13:11:39  
Thanks for the interest. I think I"ll be able to have it trucked home later this week and then start on it.

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Adirondack case guy

02-24-2013 12:48:48

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 Re: Case 730 Year Productiion in reply to Catskill Case, 02-24-2013 10:21:25  
The very northern tip of Otsego Co. We were Case dealers since 1931-1986.

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