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What Case do I have? vac vao va

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10-30-2006 12:07:50

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I have a case v tractor that has a non adjustable wide front. has the row crop high seat and a eagal hitch and the later PTO lever that has the handel to pull up. I'm wondering what I have?? Also wonder if the year can be told from the sereial # on the block?? No plate left on the dash

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11-02-2006 05:11:41

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 Re: What Case do I have? vac vao va in reply to miplantman, 10-30-2006 12:07:50  
How about the year?? can I tell that from the ser # on the block?

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10-31-2006 09:37:39

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 Re: What Case do I have? vac vao va in reply to miplantman, 10-30-2006 12:07:50  
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Early VAIs and VAOs had the wide, non-adj. front axles. The VACs had the option of single, dual, wide (non-adj.) or wide adjustable front axle configuration. Without the plate it would be virtually impossible to tell an early flat-floor VAO from a VAC fitted with the wide, non-adj. axle. The only clue would be the rear axle length as the VAO used short axles while the VAC COULD be ordered with various lengths. BUT a VAO MIGHT have been ordered with them from the factory or had some installed later. In addition; the early VAO was flat-floored and then the dropped floor model became available. The drop-floor models had issues with pedal/pitman arm interference in a left turn as well as foot clearance on the brake side with the optional control valve which was used with the early live hydraulic system.
An early flat-floor VAO is shown (note: the rear axles have been bobbed with a torch and later hydraulics added). Click the link for more info.

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10-31-2006 09:48:34

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 Re: What Case do I have? vac vao va in reply to mj, 10-31-2006 09:37:39  
Since you have the 'Eagle' hitch it is probably a 'standard tread' VA. A photo would really help! You could also purchase Peter Letourneaus' 'Illus. Buyers Guide for CASE Tractors' for some good VA Series info.

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10-30-2006 18:54:20

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 Re: What Case do I have? vac vao va in reply to miplantman, 10-30-2006 12:07:50  
Miplantman, Describe the gearshift on this rig. Is it a little short crooked one? That might help i d it.

Andy from Arkansas

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10-30-2006 16:09:20

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 Re: What Case do I have? vac vao va in reply to miplantman, 10-30-2006 12:07:50  
For what it's worth the VA Profile on this site sez a fixed front axle is a VA. Eagle Hitch started production in 1949.

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