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dana a

10-30-2006 10:30:44




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looking for any info on case farm tractors modle # vc 4525020 & vc 4524098 thanks




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Gene Dotson

10-30-2006 14:50:47




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 Re: case tractor in reply to dana a, 10-30-2006 10:30:44  
Dana
Both tractors are 1942 models. The last year they were built. They have a Continental F124 engine and rated at 22 horsepower. Tire sizes could be 9.00X28 or 9.00X32. Transmission and rear axle were made by clark. Four speed transmission. They are a nice little tractor to drive and have plenty power for the size... Gene



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Walt Davies

10-30-2006 15:33:16




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 Re: case tractor in reply to Gene Dotson, 10-30-2006 14:50:47  
Gene, In my book i have the last ser. # for 1945 Racine plant as 4517367 and the last ser. # for the RI plant as 4510245

In 1942 they all started at 4600001

ther is no ser # for either year in the 45250xx range.
Do you have something differant from this that I can look at.
Walt

My book "Full Steam ahead" Copr right 1993.



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Gene Dotson

10-30-2006 19:32:46




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 Re: case tractor in reply to Walt Davies, 10-30-2006 15:33:16  
Sorry guys, I messed up on this one. Maybe going back to standard time has clouded my thinking.
The tractors are indeed 1941 models. all other information is the same. The 1941 model still has band brakes and 1942 model has disc brakes... Gene



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Walt Davies

10-30-2006 20:23:48




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 Re: case tractor in reply to Gene Dotson, 10-30-2006 19:32:46  
Gene, Sorry at that but what bothers me is that both ser # are higher than what the book says is the last ser # used for 1941. Does anyone know why or are the tractors marked wrong or did they read them wrong.
Walt



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dctom

10-31-2006 05:41:01




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 Re: case tractor in reply to Walt Davies, 10-30-2006 20:23:48  
walt, if you are going by "full steam ahead " there is your problem



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