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Ande

05-14-2018 15:48:00




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Thought I should check on a combine I bought a while ago, and still haven't gotten it home. But its getting time. I'm wondering if a rim and tire off a "A6" could be a spare?

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1370rod

05-15-2018 05:11:15




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 Re: Checked on my 460 in reply to Ande, 05-14-2018 15:48:00  
Dan great to hear you have plans to make it a working machine again. I have never seen one in this part of the country, never knew CASE made them. Steve's was the first I had seen. Looking forward to see future progress, Rod.



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Ande

05-17-2018 04:55:14




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 Re: Checked on my 460 in reply to 1370rod, 05-15-2018 05:11:15  
Rod, I doubt I will restore this one, going to sell as I don't have room to store. It sure is a cute little thing



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FastFarmall

05-15-2018 03:24:18




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 Re: Checked on my 460 in reply to Ande, 05-14-2018 15:48:00  
Mu neighbor Loren has one like that, that little bit of rust om that front auger isn't that bad, i took my two grinders, with wire brush's on them, buffed it and when i threshed with it, at his s combine show, that auger cleaned right up,he too was impressed,he oiled it and put the machine inside, still thanks me, every time he see's me. But i don't think the A-6 combine tire will work, in fact i know it's smaller, but maybe the bolt pattern is the same. Loren's doesn't have a straw chopper on his, just a spreader. Loren's dad had bought a new one like it.

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Ande

05-15-2018 04:55:16




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 Re: Checked on my 460 in reply to FastFarmall, 05-15-2018 03:24:18  
@FastFarmall, Yes I realize its a smaller tire,(A6) but for a spare it would work I think, but not sure of the bolt pattern



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Don Rudolph

05-14-2018 19:02:50




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 Re: Checked on my 460 in reply to Ande, 05-14-2018 15:48:00  
Looks to be in pretty good shape Dan. It would be great to see it running again. I've never seen one of those pull type combines in this area, possibly because all the Case dealers were at the end of the line here in NE WI in the mid-late 60's.



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Ande

05-14-2018 19:43:42




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 Re: Checked on my 460 in reply to Don Rudolph, 05-14-2018 19:02:50  
Oh it has some rust, its not perfect, but with some care and repair, she could do what it was design for, and like Bradley said have some fun.
My Dad sold this new to a customer, and my understanding he sold this customer a "700" and traded it back in, turned around sold it to this customer I bought it from.



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denny k

05-14-2018 18:34:54




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 Re: Checked on my 460 in reply to Ande, 05-14-2018 15:48:00  
That Sund pickup sure will pick up short barley. One dry year our barley was only 5-6" tall in places. We bought Sund pickups for our 2 self propelled Co-op combines and paid for them with the heads we could pick up off the ground. Some places all you could see were heads on the ground, no swath.



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bradley martin

05-14-2018 18:20:40




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 Re: Checked on my 460 in reply to Ande, 05-14-2018 15:48:00  
Looks like a good catch ,Dan. I have a sibling to that one, a 460 set up for edible beans with a bucket elevator, spike tooth cylinder and all bristle brush augers. Looks like a Sund pickup. That is what we use in the edible beans to minimize any stones getting to the cylinder and to eliminate as much dirt as possible. I also have the original Case draper pickup with brand new canvases on it. They were a very smooth running machine. Enjoy !

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Ande

05-14-2018 19:39:14




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 Re: Checked on my 460 in reply to bradley martin, 05-14-2018 18:20:40  
Yes Bradley, they were a smooth running machine, and overlooked, but they could so a lot of work.



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55 50 ron

05-14-2018 17:51:14




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 Re: Checked on my 460 in reply to Ande, 05-14-2018 15:48:00  
Ande,

Is that in North Dakota? The straw chopper belt looks a little light for the job. Pickup is probably not a Melroe. Dad had an Innes Northwest Special pickup on a JD 55.

Never knew Case made such a machine. What years were these around?



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Ande

05-14-2018 18:26:07




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 Re: Checked on my 460 in reply to 55 50 ron, 05-14-2018 17:51:14  
Yes, Ron, its about 20 miles from the farm. It has a Innes chopper, Sund pickup, from Newburg, Lloyd Sund made them. My Dad sold this "460" new.



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casecollectorsc

05-14-2018 18:22:08




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 Re: Checked on my 460 in reply to 55 50 ron, 05-14-2018 17:51:14  

My 400 Case pto machine was built one year only in 65. The 460 was the next and only series. Still got my eye on Dan's 460....



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FastFarmall

05-15-2018 14:01:34




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 Re: Checked on my 460 in reply to casecollectorsc, 05-14-2018 18:22:08  
So you got the 12 foot cut,on your 400,case collector? My neighbor Loren, only got the 10 foot,but that was big enough the year i run it, 2016, we had up to 99 bushel wheat that year! His made about 75 !!



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