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Ande

06-13-2017 10:18:58




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Is this a model "B" disk? Do they have wood bearings? Going to dig into this, and just wondered if anyone else has one, and wondered about the bearings?

Dan




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Case Nutty 1660

06-14-2017 07:22:04




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 Re: Disk in reply to Ande, 06-13-2017 10:18:58  

A few shots from a ops for you Dan,, they are very good "light" discs I use my SA a lot for different jobs
cnt

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Ande

06-14-2017 19:42:43




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 Re: Disk in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 06-14-2017 07:22:04  
Thank you Tom, for the very good information



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Ande

06-15-2017 14:37:28




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 Re: Disk in reply to Ande, 06-14-2017 19:42:43  
Anyone have a extra S manual my email is open let me know the $



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Case Nutty 1660

06-18-2017 21:17:48




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 Re: Disk in reply to Ande, 06-15-2017 14:37:28  
I just seen this Dan if you still want one I do have a extra you can have cnt



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Ande

06-19-2017 16:18:00




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 Re: Disk in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 06-18-2017 21:17:48  
Thank you for the offer Tom, Don Rudolph had a extra one and offered to send it to me free of charge, great to have a family of friends here.



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bradley martin

06-13-2017 19:24:35




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 Re: Disk in reply to Ande, 06-13-2017 10:18:58  
Hi, Dan. You have it now..it is an early "S" disk with "steelite" bearings...no wood! Just add grease and you are good to go. When new, you could disk 5 or 6 hours between greasing but as they wore, a person needed to grease more often. Judging from the appearance of that one, it might not have had a lot of use and abuse. I would give it a good greasing and put it to work....have fun. The SA was a big improvement.

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Ande

06-13-2017 19:49:25




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 Re: Disk in reply to bradley martin, 06-13-2017 19:24:35  
Nice to see you Bradley,so I think I will get the bearings to take grease and see if that will put her back in the field.



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EliG

06-13-2017 17:05:32




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 Re: Disk in reply to Ande, 06-13-2017 10:18:58  
Yep its an early S or SA series disk. The SA series had roller bearings. The S series had pressure lubricated steelite bearings. I don't believe that the S series bearings are available anymore.



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Ande

06-13-2017 19:11:28




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 Re: Disk in reply to EliG, 06-13-2017 17:05:32  
Makes sense Eli, but somewhere out there someone has a plan, regarding the bearings. Thanks for posting.



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Ande

06-13-2017 15:36:31




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 Re: Disk in reply to Ande, 06-13-2017 10:18:58  
Ok, the above is a "S" series, now I wonder what I will find as far as bearings



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RJKeith

06-13-2017 13:13:59




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 Re: Disk in reply to Ande, 06-13-2017 10:18:58  

Ande, I believe this is the model B disk.



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Ande

06-13-2017 15:27:42




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 Re: Disk in reply to RJKeith, 06-13-2017 13:13:59  
I believe your right. And I think Steve is correct is I have a "S". Thanks for taking the time to post



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casecollectorsc

06-13-2017 12:04:47




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 Re: Disk in reply to Ande, 06-13-2017 10:18:58  
Case made a model S and SA disc. The model S had the old style bearings and the SA had anti-friction or sealed bearings and was all Flambeau in color. I would guess it is a model S.



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Ande

06-13-2017 12:12:13




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 Re: Disk in reply to casecollectorsc, 06-13-2017 12:04:47  
Are the old style bearings wood? My question then is, can you find them, or make them? Thanks for replying Steve.
This disc is green with Flambeau, so its from the 40-early 50s



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