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hauling a Case DC

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07-25-2011 10:41:42

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I will be hauling a Case DC 215 miles this friday. Never transported a tractor before. Anyone got good advise or pictures on the way to tie it down? Thanks

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07-28-2011 20:16:57

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 Re: hauling a Case DC in reply to Southtowns27, 07-25-2011 10:41:42  
Installed chains on the rear as you described and then put the clevis in the front and installed a heavy duty 10,000 pound strap up there. Headed out in the morning. 16 foot dual axle trailer. put rear axle of tractor over rear axle of trailer. Just a bit of weight on tongue.

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07-25-2011 21:05:54

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 Re: hauling a Case DC in reply to harvestmoonpuller, 07-25-2011 10:41:42  
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Thank you.

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Tommy Railsback

07-25-2011 13:07:47

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 Re: hauling a Case DC in reply to Flewster, 07-25-2011 10:41:42  
If it's a narrow front, I do the front this way:
Look underneath the casting the radiator sits on; you will see 2 parallel pieces with holes directly
across from each other. Take a clevis and pin and put it there and run your front chain through the clevis.
For the back, I go around the corners of the drawbar frame with my chains. I do not recommend a clevis on the drawbar itself; in fact, I have heard that that is illegal.

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