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Re: 442 Case hydraulic drive issue?

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Tom Arnold

07-16-2013 04:22:46

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To the contrary Brian.

What breimer described is not even close to normal. A properly operating Case GT will travel smoothly in both forward and reverse and achieve the same ground speed. The speed changes are linear in either direction. The last of the tractors with the CASE logo displayed went down the assembly line in 1986. As such, all of the Case tractors are at least 27 years old and your 155 is at least 45 years old.

breimer's 442 is at least 41 years old. A lot of wear and tear can take place over those years, especially when they are owned by people who do not service them when they should.

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Brian Jasper co. Ia

07-16-2013 11:56:15

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 Re: 442 Case hydraulic drive issue? in reply to Tom Arnold, 07-16-2013 04:22:46  
Well Tom, I guess you"re entitled to your opinion. My 446 is new enough it has the holding valve built into the travel valve. Been that way since I found it in the mid 90"s. None of my tractors go in reverse the same speed as forward.

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Tom Arnold

07-16-2013 12:42:21

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 Re: 442 Case hydraulic drive issue? in reply to Brian Jasper co. Ia, 07-16-2013 11:56:15  
Brian, This isn't about my opinion. It's about FACT. Every Colt, Case and Ingersoll Operator's Manual written, show identical forward and reverse speeds.

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