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Case 530 questi

11-04-2006 00:02:08




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What does the term 'draft-o-matic' actually mean?




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Roger300

11-04-2006 18:20:43




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 Re: Draft-o-matic in reply to Case 530 question, 11-04-2006 00:02:08  
If you don't know how that may apply to every day use of a tractor, when you're plowing it will maintain the depth of the plow, even if a wheel may run over a rise or rock. Also the down draft of the plow would transfer the force to the wheel on the tractor and improve traction. Other mounted implements like cultivators also was improved by that sort of system...Roger



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John Saeli

11-04-2006 14:23:40




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 Re: Draft-o-matic in reply to Case 530 question, 11-04-2006 00:02:08  
"Draft O Matic" was a term CASE 1st used in the mid 60's to announce to the world that they had automatic draft sensing on their 3 point hitch. Cat. 1 & Cat 2. Their sensing system would adjust to load 600 times a minute.



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