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Case running gear

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04-24-2014 18:49:26

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I was at my parents house last weekend and saw something it hadn't seen before. It was a Case running gear. I thought I had inventoried all of dad's Case stuff, but I guess I missed one (it was upside down in the weeds though). It appears to have brakes. Was this factory or something added on later? Dad said it was like that when grandpa bought it at an auction years ago, but they never used them.

Dan B

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04-25-2014 06:02:19

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 Re: Case running gear in reply to dbock, 04-24-2014 18:49:26  

In some ways it resembles a Case VWTA-S gear, but there are a lot of decrepancys also.
The only reference to Case building a wagon with breaks is the G20, built for Anhydros tanks.
As stated, think someone welded in a diff spindles with brakes on them

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04-26-2014 06:25:56

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 Re: Case running gear in reply to Adirondack case guy, 04-25-2014 06:02:19  

I found this picture in a parts manual. Maybe the metal plates on the frame are the remnants of the spring bolsters? What are the differences between a VW, VWT, VWTA and a VT? Is a VWTA-S just newer? I have a VWTA-S. I agree that it is not exactly the same as this one. My VWTA-S has a tag on it, but I couldn"t find a tag on this one.

Dan B

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04-24-2014 19:24:02

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 Re: Case running gear in reply to dbock, 04-24-2014 18:49:26  
Probably broke an axle and someone McGivered a car or pickup axle in place of the original. Are the rear hubs like the front ones?

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04-24-2014 20:21:43

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 Re: Case running gear in reply to casecollectorsc, 04-24-2014 19:24:02  
I'm not sure. I didn't look that closely, but I think the centers looked the same.

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04-24-2014 19:22:12

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 Re: Case running gear in reply to dbock, 04-24-2014 18:49:26  
I also have a CASE running gear. Also has brakes.

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04-24-2014 20:18:20

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 Re: Case running gear in reply to casenut1, 04-24-2014 19:22:12  
Are they electric or hydraulic?

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04-24-2014 19:33:58

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 Re: Case running gear in reply to casenut1, 04-24-2014 19:22:12  
That's a new one, looked thru all the trailer lit., and no mention of brakes as standard equip or extra equip. Who else has a Case trailer with brakes?

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