Re: Case's Top Fuel Burner? What Model in reply to bill koob, 02-26-2013 18:40:38
Back in the 70's I had a little 4 acre piece of alfalfa to turn over and I couldn't get the job done with my Massey. Good friend/neighbor of mine said come and grab my 970 and get er done. Now this little field was the stickiest, nastiest piece on the farm. his 970 was a gas with power shift and a 4-16 Oliver plow, it only had about 500 hrs on it at the time, he bought it new. He says I'll have it full of gas and just fill it up before you return it, it took about 3 hours to plow that little piece, it was dry and at times it would stop and spin the land wheel, steep hill on the back side, would spin, work the 3pt lever some and get er to pick the front and go again, you get the picture, tough going. Anyway it took 55 gallons of fuel to plow that little piece, the next year he traded it on a brand new 2090, he still has it.
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