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different DC

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point3dave

03-01-2014 18:50:25
216.66.73.62



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I didn"t know they did to Case tractors




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Don L.

03-02-2014 06:52:49
184.63.115.91



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 Re: different DC in reply to point3dave, 03-01-2014 18:50:25  
I hope they didn't run it with the lights on at night !

Nice PIC
Don L.



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Tom Railsback

03-02-2014 06:32:57
174.19.18.156



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 Re: different DC in reply to point3dave, 03-01-2014 18:50:25  
That's an interesting conversion; it was built in 1941 or 1942 because it has sliding rear wheels and base mount magneto according to Dave Erb's book. Propane equipment came much later; late 40's if I remember correctly.



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Case Nutty 1660

03-02-2014 07:59:52
75.127.24.87



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 Re: different DC in reply to Tom Railsback, 03-02-2014 06:32:57  
Tom, I think the propane was factory for them in 50 or 51 but late 40's could also be possible for sure, they also made retro kits to change existing tractors as well I would say that one has the factory kit installed



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Tom Railsback

03-02-2014 10:31:59
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 Re: different DC in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 03-02-2014 07:59:52  
I thought Dave Erb's book said when LP was an option, but I could not find it this morning; I now find it was in 1951.. The magneto change came at 4607033 and the axle change was at 4511449 putting the tractor at 41 or 42.



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Moline_guy

03-01-2014 19:54:37
216.249.197.32



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 Re: different DC in reply to point3dave, 03-01-2014 18:50:25  

Back in the 70's my uncle and dad built this digger but didn't have big enough tractors to pull it. Dad pulled his DC behind his 900 and my uncle used his Dc behind his 560. If I remember right he used a cable like is used on a truck hoist to control the throttle. He used a set of ropes and pulleys to engage and disengage the clutch on the D. The D didn't have hydraulics so some pipes and hoses ran up to the 900 for the digger. I am on the D just for the picture. The year following the one pictured he dualled up the D and the 900 but we don't have any pictures of that. Dad drove the 900, he used it for a few years until he got the G1000 MM.

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Case Nutty 1660

03-01-2014 19:11:54
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 Re: different DC in reply to point3dave, 03-01-2014 18:50:25  
looks like it was a tandem hitch unit



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j hikempere

03-01-2014 19:08:55
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 Re: different DC in reply to point3dave, 03-01-2014 18:50:25  
nope ,, same old gal ,, just a different dress .. lol,,.where is the front tractor it was hitched too ? there is one hand control fastenedto radiator



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point3dave

03-02-2014 06:00:28
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 Re: different DC in reply to j hikempere, 03-01-2014 19:08:55  
The picture I found didn"t show or mention the other tractor, just it was part of a tandem unit.



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