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12-14-2006 16:47:46

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I was at my local case IH dealer looking some parts for my 1955 400, the parts man said that a lot of old numbers have been dropped since Case IH became Case NH -- first that I have heard of this- anyone know the details? THANKS!

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Cary Nickel

12-15-2006 07:29:59

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 Re: Case NH ??? in reply to D.H.M., 12-14-2006 16:47:46  
I am new to the tractor scene, but ran across the Case/New Holland connection already. Here in Farmington, New Mexico, we have a New Holland dealer about 5 miles from my house. He was proud to tell me "New Holland bought Case"...but he can't get any parts or do anything for Case or Case/IH tractors.

The only dealers who can handle parts for Case tractors are the Case/IH dealers, and the closest ones to me are over 100 miles away.

Same thing happened when International Harvester was broken up and re-organized into Navistar, Case/IH, etc. I have owned several International trucks, from Scouts to pickups to 2 1/2 trucks, but when International became Navistar, parts for the older stuff started getting hard to find. I don't own any International vehicles anymore, and pretty much stay away from them know, no matter how new they are.

From what little I have learned in my short time as a Case owner, it appears Case has a long and rich history...unfortunately, the corporate world doesn't often care much about tradition.

I always question the zeal in which some corporations destroy what has taken a century to build, and therefore have to continuously find new markets after they ruin the customer loyalty they inherited to begin with. But then that seems to happen most often when accountants are given too much free reign over company policy...and I'm not an accountant. LOL

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c hess

12-15-2006 17:47:35

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 Re: Case NH ??? in reply to Cary Nickel, 12-15-2006 07:29:59  
Your NH dealer needs to read history of both companies by going to CNH site.

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John Saeli

12-14-2006 18:17:36

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 Re: Case NH ??? in reply to D.H.M., 12-14-2006 16:47:46  
That has been our experience. Case is dropping slower moving parts at an alarming pace. We were told today of a part number that is now dropped that was available this Summer. 25 years ago a parts manager in Racine told me that if a part moved 12 times a year, worldwide, Case would continue to stock it. Not any more.

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Paul in On

12-14-2006 17:01:06

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 Re: Case NH ??? in reply to D.H.M., 12-14-2006 16:47:46  
Case and NH are owned by the same company. Have been for a little while now. A chunk of the parts that are common between the two sides are going with NH number becasue it's easier. Paul

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