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John in Ne.

08-13-2006 17:05:58




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I am getting close to putting the decals on the hood of my 1950 DC.I have been looking at the pix in the tractor photos and have seen several different ways people have put them on. Most of them have the CASE decal at the front so they must have butted the two stripes together.This doesn't make much sense to me.Some have the long stripe at the front,with the CASE in the center towards the rear and some have the shorter stripe near the front followed by the CASE then the long stripe. Which way is correct for my 1950 DC? Also while I have your attention,where does the PTO warning and the Eagle/globe decal go? Thanks,John.

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Walt Davies

08-13-2006 22:24:00




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 Re: DC decals in reply to John in Ne., 08-13-2006 17:05:58  
John, In my Case book it shows actual pictures of early tractors at the plant one from 1952 and one from 1945. Both have the Stripes running from the back to the front with CASE lettering in front of them.
The Eagle is on the side curtain in the center of lower back panel of the hood. Send me you E-mail addres and i will send you a copy of the picture.
Walt

PS if any body knows how to put them on it should be the factory.

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JGarner

08-14-2006 06:57:33




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 Re: DC decals in reply to Walt Davies, 08-13-2006 22:24:00  
Walt, my Dad had over the years, a VAC, SC and 830. To my recollection none of these had the big eagle on them like I am seeing in the rebuild pictures now. Dont' know the VAC year model, the SC was a 54 and the 830 was a 63. Was the eagle something one factory, Racine or Rockford, put on and another didn't?



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Camboted

08-15-2006 05:25:49




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 Re: DC decals in reply to JGarner, 08-14-2006 06:57:33  
The big eagles was used on the D series on the side of the fuel tank until 1952. When the hood was trimed to allow easier access to the fuel shut-off valve. From 52-54 no eagles.



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