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Case field cultivators

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SDLars

02-05-2007 20:07:43




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In what I assume to have been the late 40's, into the 50's, Case made a field cultivator that from a distance looked much like a JD CC or CCA. It was painted the dark green implement color and the wheels were inside the frame. Can someone tell me what their model designation was, what widths were available and what years they were manufactured? Haven't seen many.




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TuTone Neighbor

02-06-2007 22:45:17




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 Re: Case field cultivators in reply to SDLars, 02-05-2007 20:07:43  
I'll bet your going to take that LA out for a stretch this spring. All I can find right now from that era is the Case "O" Series Field Tiller. It's mechanical lift. Choice of 28" diameter steel wheels or 6.00-16 rubber tires. Sizes of 5 1/2, 7, 8 1/2, or 11 1/2 feet. Stiff tooth models get 7, 9, 11 or 15 shanks. Spring tooth models get 11, 14, 17 or 23 shanks. Can't tell about the color. 1948 brochure. Older models had the wheels on the outside of the frame. Newer models all seem to be Eagle Hitch mounted. Hope this helps. Stay warm.

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SDLars

02-07-2007 17:45:35




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 Re: Case field cultivators in reply to TuTone Neighbor, 02-06-2007 22:45:17  
Heck, I thought I could put about 20' of that kind of field cultivator behind the LA! Put it in the shed after Christmas but learned that I'll probably have to do some valve work and replace some manifold gaskets before it's completely well. I think I'm heading your way tomorrow. Is the coffee pot on?



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TuTone Neighbor

02-08-2007 06:16:42




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 Re: Case field cultivators in reply to SDLars, 02-07-2007 17:45:35  
Didn't check the forum until this morning or I would have answered sooner. Will be gone to Watertown today for a seed meeting, leave a little early to get back home for a marketing meeting. Hate to miss you if your in the neighborhood. I'd rather stay home. 14 below last night. Takes awhile to warm up the day.



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dboll

02-06-2007 04:58:17




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 Re: Case field cultivators in reply to SDLars, 02-05-2007 20:07:43  
Do you want to buy a 10ft. model??



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SDLars

02-06-2007 14:39:13




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 Re: Case field cultivators in reply to dboll, 02-06-2007 04:58:17  
I was hoping they were made in 12' or 14' models. Do you know anything about model designations and the like?



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