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Case 400 and 220 Cutter...

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casecollectorsc

01-12-2018 19:47:22




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Bought a bare back 400 a year ago. Took the 325 Dual loader off and makes a good yard tractor. Bought a 220 Case cutter a couple weeks ago with the feed roll and boxings and coupler missing. Being it is cold I ran a 210 parts machine in the shop and took the parts off for the 220. Got it all together and running last few days.

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Ande

01-16-2018 19:32:04




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 Re: Case 400 and 220 Cutter... in reply to casecollectorsc, 01-12-2018 19:47:22  
Great pictures Steve. Love those "400"s , enjoy all your pictures.



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Don Rudolph

01-13-2018 17:57:34




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 Re: Case 400 and 220 Cutter... in reply to casecollectorsc, 01-12-2018 19:47:22  
Steve,

Nice to see all that Case machinery being saved. Is that a factory DC LP gas, or a conversion? Don



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casecollectorsc

01-13-2018 18:48:01




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 Re: Case 400 and 220 Cutter... in reply to Don Rudolph, 01-13-2018 17:57:34  
My son owns the lp DC. He bought it on a auction in Mn. We talked to the son who said his Dad bought the lp kit from Case. Included everything that a factory lp tractor would have including the hood and lp head. I put brand new sleeves and pistons in and it purrs like a kitten.



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tractorkrum

01-13-2018 17:46:27




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 Re: Case 400 and 220 Cutter... in reply to casecollectorsc, 01-12-2018 19:47:22  
Nice set up. What is the LP tractor behind it in the last picture?



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casecollectorsc

01-13-2018 18:48:50




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 Re: Case 400 and 220 Cutter... in reply to tractorkrum, 01-13-2018 17:46:27  
My son's DC Case.



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L.Fure

01-13-2018 09:31:36




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 Re: Case 400 and 220 Cutter... in reply to casecollectorsc, 01-12-2018 19:47:22  
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gzNJrytf1g8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58UeipG-Ygs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9LB2e_tZriE

Do you need to see more? Some day I'll have to post pictures of my collection of prothstetics, and what's left of my amputated leg.

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L.Fure

01-13-2018 05:24:23




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 Re: Case 400 and 220 Cutter... in reply to casecollectorsc, 01-12-2018 19:47:22  
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Even though I don't know you personally, I'm worried for your safty with that open power shaft. If you have a shield for it I sugest you put it on. I've seen the results of what happens when someone gets wound up in a PTO shaft, and it never turns out good.



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tomturkey

01-12-2018 20:29:36




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 Re: Case 400 and 220 Cutter... in reply to casecollectorsc, 01-12-2018 19:47:22  
That is quite the seat spring. I have a couple implements with open pto shafts. I always shut off the pto AND the tractor before leaving the seat. Nice pictures thanks. BTW, what was the hydraulic set up for the loader? gobble



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casecollectorsc

01-12-2018 21:19:34




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 Re: Case 400 and 220 Cutter... in reply to tomturkey, 01-12-2018 20:29:36  
This tractor has several mods on it as the previous owner farmerized everything. The 325 Dual loader has a fairly new Farmhand pump.



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Chuck Machinist

01-13-2018 05:29:46




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 Re: Case 400 and 220 Cutter... in reply to casecollectorsc, 01-12-2018 21:19:34  
Dad used a handkerchief in demonstration when I was a young lad. He tossed it into the PTO shaft spinning. Then he proceeded to say, That could be your hand. Stand clear of it! Nuff said!CM



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casecollectorsc

01-13-2018 05:56:04




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 Re: Case 400 and 220 Cutter... in reply to Chuck Machinist, 01-13-2018 05:29:46  
It didn't come with a pto shield, but I have a couple extras for it. I'll have to put it on and take another pic.



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