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wk-wa

01-02-2018 20:47:26




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Came across an ad for a 16 ft conveyor, with pictures. It is mounted on a v-shaped platform with a single axle and wheels at the base.It is PTO driven and the conveyor (with the chain at the bottom) is v-shaped and was used for loading Christmas trees. Along the base of the conveyor, in large letters, is the name CASE. Question: Did Case ever built conveyors or is it some sort of an aftermarket implement with the Case name on it? (This is south of Portland, OR) Any ideas? Thanks, Wayne

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wk-wa

01-03-2018 12:26:38




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 Re: Case conveyor in reply to wk-wa, 01-02-2018 20:47:26  
Adirondack case guy: I forget to answer your question. Yes, the pictures are the same as far as the super structure. The conveyor sides are different, but they would be changed over time for different uses. If I was a serious Case collector (I have 8 VA series tractor, from 47' to 51') I would probably buy it to add to the collection. But!! Wayne



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wk-wa

01-03-2018 11:56:35




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 Re: Case conveyor in reply to wk-wa, 01-02-2018 20:47:26  
Thanks for the info. This was listed on craigslist, Portland, OR. for $1000. I'm looking for one to load firewood but this may be a little steep for use a couple times a year. Thanks again. Wayne



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L.Fure

01-03-2018 08:06:26




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 Re: Case conveyor in reply to wk-wa, 01-02-2018 20:47:26  
Dads had sides you could fold up or down. Dad quit farming in November of 64. I remember him pointing out his elevator on the farm that bought it at his sale. That was about ten years after he sold out. The elevator looked pretty rough at that time.



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Adirondack case guy

01-03-2018 07:25:42




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 Re: Case conveyor in reply to wk-wa, 01-02-2018 20:47:26  

Did it look like these pics?? If so it was an EH elevator with a drag shut. The EH has a large CASE decal on the drag. The E2 in second pic did not. The EH was a flat bed 2 chain elevator. E2 was a single chain conveyor with sides that could be folded into 4 different positions.
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L.Fure

01-03-2018 04:31:25




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 Re: Case conveyor in reply to wk-wa, 01-02-2018 20:47:26  
I think my dad had a Case elevator like that back in the 60's. I remember watching him get it ready for ear corn when I was around 4-5 years old.



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Case Nutty 1660

01-03-2018 01:36:49




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 Re: Case conveyor in reply to wk-wa, 01-02-2018 20:47:26  

The E-2 elevators can be used for many items,, grain , cob corn hay bags ect depending on how the sides are set maybe it was one of them cnt



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Farmerwithmutt

01-03-2018 03:03:24




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 Re: Case conveyor in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-03-2018 01:36:49  
That brings back memories i can still remember pulling the bolts out and changing the sides between oats and straw.We had a gas motor original but my sister was playing with the lift crank . Still have the corn screen for it.



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