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Hmmm, interesting tid bits of Case history.

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1370rod

02-13-2018 17:08:46




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Sorry it is difficult tell tell what the second pic is. It is the bottom side of the shift console cover for the BK 1070. What I wanted to point out was the fact the cover was originally painted orange. This is also noticeable on the top side. I have never seen a 70 series shift cover painted orange but apparently they were thinking of doing so. The reddish orange pointer sitting on the console is for the BK Demonstrator tractors. When I first seen it I doubted it was the real deal because I thought all tractors had a black pointer. After a bit of research I found old parts books and a price sheets from the early 80's that indeed listed that part number. The local dealer says CASE never had a number like that but we now know indeed they had. This A75012 number was dropped and they decided to scrap remaining inventory as noted on the parts tag. Thank goodness some one did not scrap them all. Might be a few more NOS pieces floating around out there. This one will go on the 1070 BK when finished, right where it belongs. Rod.

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Black Knight

02-14-2018 14:11:56




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 Re: Hmmm, interesting tid bits of Case history. in reply to 1370rod, 02-13-2018 17:08:46  

That is some neat information I did not not know. I’ve always wondered were the Black Knights all built in one block or were they scattered throughout the year. Are the serial numbers consecutive? Here is a pic of my dirty faded pointer and my serial number. How does the serial number compared to yours… Mine is at 970. I always enjoyed learning from this site I don’t post very often but I do check in every couple days thanks guys

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Black Knight

02-15-2018 06:59:15




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 Re: Hmmm, interesting tid bits of Case history. in reply to Black Knight, 02-14-2018 14:11:56  

Maybe This one is my serial number



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1370rod

02-14-2018 19:26:05




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 Re: Hmmm, interesting tid bits of Case history. in reply to Black Knight, 02-14-2018 14:11:56  
I will check my ser no.



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John Saeli

02-13-2018 18:12:17




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 Re: Hmmm, interesting tid bits of Case history. in reply to 1370rod, 02-13-2018 17:08:46  
Rod: How did you come by that piece? The "Where Used" book lists it as being used in the 770 870 1070 1090 1470. The 970, 1170 1175 1270 & 1370 not listed. Years ago I received a combine part marked "Sample, do not ship".



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1370rod

02-13-2018 18:57:19




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 Re: Hmmm, interesting tid bits of Case history. in reply to John Saeli, 02-13-2018 18:12:17  
John I purchased several when I seen them for sale on ebay a while back. I thought they were fakes and I was going to paint them black so I could use them on my tractors. I asked the seller if he could verify that they were indeed a CASE part. He said sure I still have the tag and he sent it to me. I still was not 100% convinced until I checked all the old books and sure enough, they are the real deal. Rod.

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Case addict

02-13-2018 19:30:20




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 Re: Hmmm, interesting tid bits of Case history. in reply to 1370rod, 02-13-2018 18:57:19  
You wouldn't want to part with a couple of those would you? I'm restoring two BKs now and could use them. Great info, thanks for posting.



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Ande

02-13-2018 17:49:56




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 Re: Hmmm, interesting tid bits of Case history. in reply to 1370rod, 02-13-2018 17:08:46  
That is interesting Rod, so the pointer tells us a new paint scheme might have been coming, now you have me thinking. Maybe someone else will fill in.



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Adirondack case guy

02-14-2018 14:29:35




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 Re: Hmmm, interesting tid bits of Case history. in reply to Ande, 02-13-2018 17:49:56  
Bro called me last week about those pointers being red. I can't for the life of me remembering them that color and we sold several of the BK.



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Case Nutty 1660

02-14-2018 05:16:35




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 Re: Hmmm, interesting tid bits of Case history. in reply to Ande, 02-13-2018 17:49:56  

Here you go Dan you can see the Power Red pointer in the pic
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Ande

02-14-2018 16:23:36




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 Re: Hmmm, interesting tid bits of Case history. in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 02-14-2018 05:16:35  

Here is my uncles Black Knight we sold him in 1971,(he still has it) this was Feb 1973, and it was in for some servicing, at the dealership, but I see some orange on top of the hood, not clear, but it shows



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Case Nutty 1660

02-14-2018 17:21:17




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 Re: Hmmm, interesting tid bits of Case history. in reply to Ande, 02-14-2018 16:23:36  
Great Pic!!! cnt



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Ande

02-14-2018 05:32:30




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 Re: Hmmm, interesting tid bits of Case history. in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 02-14-2018 05:16:35  
I guess 1971 is a lot of moons ago, so I guess I have forgotten that pointer Tom, your right, I see it on your Black Knight picture



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Case Nutty 1660

02-14-2018 06:41:28




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 Re: Hmmm, interesting tid bits of Case history. in reply to Ande, 02-14-2018 05:32:30  
I had forgotten they were power red also Dan I am just dang Lucky to have these pics to be able to check out how they really were
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1370rod

02-13-2018 18:43:16




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 Re: Hmmm, interesting tid bits of Case history. in reply to Ande, 02-13-2018 17:49:56  
Dan we have learned these orange pointers were standard equipment on the BK tractors. They have all faded over the years. Tom has a pic that you can see the pointers on the new BK's. Rod.



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Ande

02-13-2018 19:40:23




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 Re: Hmmm, interesting tid bits of Case history. in reply to 1370rod, 02-13-2018 18:43:16  
Gee Rod, I ran our Black Knight when it was new many hours and I don't remember that. But its very possible and does make sense. Tom will probably post it.



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