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Rare PTO shield on ebay

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12-10-2006 09:23:40

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I love it. Case pto sheild on ebay and its advertised as rare. The only reason they could be remotely classified as rare is because they are all still hanging on a nail in barns all over the US. I never saw a Case with one of those still in place. Everybody took them off because it made hooking up to the PTO harder because of limited access.

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Walt Davies

12-10-2006 22:52:03

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 Re: Rare PTO shield on ebay in reply to JGarner, 12-10-2006 09:23:40  
My 45 LA has the shield on it and I don't have any problems hooking anything up to the PTO shaft.
Actually I'm glad its there as I have blown 3 U-joints on my big pull behind Brushhog.

PS they advertize brand new shields on E-Bay all the time. I have Case LA as one of my favorite searches and get daily reports on what's new.

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Brian in Ohio

12-10-2006 10:48:13

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 Re: Rare PTO shield on ebay in reply to JGarner, 12-10-2006 09:23:40  
I got mine on my "L", but that's only because it never did PTO work. It spent it's working days belted to a sawmill in Kentucky.

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Will- Tx.-Mn.

12-10-2006 11:19:38

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 Re: Rare PTO shield on ebay in reply to Brian in Ohio, 12-10-2006 10:48:13  
i'm smiling,

as a kid growing up in Mn. i remember seeing that shiney pto cover from the VAC Case "hanging" on a nail in the grainery.

i learned to plow with that tractor when i was seven and that was many years ago so when i finally
got a VAC of my own and it didn't have the pto shield i knew where to get one,and yes it was still hanging there on a nail

i associate the word "rare" in an add (for sale) as meaning "mo money" whether it is rare or not,and isn't it always amazing how people there sometimes don't really know what it is that they have for sale but yet they sure know how to put a price on it?

i luv this place here the forums


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12-10-2006 11:47:18

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 Re: Rare PTO shield on ebay in reply to Will- Tx.-Mn., 12-10-2006 11:19:38  
Here's a weird thing, our VAC and 630 never had a pto shield, but all the rest of the tractors did? At first I thought we probably used the pto more on the 630(the vac was basically just a power unit for augers and such), but looking back we used the 930's and 1070 on round and square baler, feed mill, sprayer, silo blower, 2 row chopper, corn dryer, corn picker(in the early days), windrower and 8ft bushog. 30 years later and I am just now wondering why.

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