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pulling an 1175

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Kevin Jones

02-28-2007 17:23:17




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Ok all you case guys,

What are the advantages/disadvantages of pulling with the 1175.

I pull farm stock now with a 210 Allis Chalmers and enjoy it alot,mainly cause the green guys don't like it.
I like the 1175 also cause it doesn't have the power shift in it,always thought it was just something else to tear up when pulling,which the 210 doesn't have a power-director either.

And the case has an in line pump which I think you can get more fuel out of it as well,but have heard you can't get much air flow with it.

Appreciate any help with this.

Thanks,

Kevin.

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SteveGr

03-01-2007 15:57:02




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 Re: pulling an 1175 in reply to Kevin Jones, 02-28-2007 17:23:17  
I had a friend that pulled an 1175 and I helped work on it. It did very well. We turned the stock pump up, increased the rpm's and put a larger turbo on from a 1470 case. We had to go to larger fuel injection lines for we kept breaking the stock ones. We did put it on the dyno once and the dyno only went to to 250 hp and it had no problem acheiving it. We never had clutch or rear end problems.



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dboll

03-01-2007 05:02:46




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 Re: pulling an 1175 in reply to Kevin Jones, 02-28-2007 17:23:17  
the planetarys are heavy unless you are going to pull heavy, heads will flow good with a little work and the 3LM466 turbo works great on a 504 should benefit the 451 also



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RonSa

02-28-2007 18:35:58




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 Re: pulling an 1175 in reply to Kevin Jones, 02-28-2007 17:23:17  
My tractor fleet included an 1170 that I have used for about 30 years. Someone would have to offer me about triple the going rate for me to part with it. Its not perfect but I love the engine for tillage work and the tractor's simplicity. Its like the energizer bunny--just keeps on going.

However for increasing the power level for stock pulling, the Case turbo is small compared to the size of the IH466 turbo. I think the large IH466 turbo with lots more air flow capability is one of the reasons these tractors are easy to turn up the power and usually skunk the stock competition power wise. My brother had a 190XT that was quite easy to turn up. He gave the green guys fits also. By the way, I also have a 4010 and if you really really gota steal one of my tractors please don't take the 1170.

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JoeBob/IN

03-01-2007 09:11:37




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 Re: pulling an 1175 in reply to RonSa, 02-28-2007 18:35:58  
Last year we were lucky enough to find two 1370's for $1500 a piece. Both are in good shape but one had a broken crank and the other has a noise in the rearend or one of the axles. So I split the two and made one good tractor for $3000, the good part was both had just had the turbo's replaced. One had a reman stock turbo and the other one had a Schwitzer which is a bit larger than the stock. Decided that may cause some problems so I used the stock on the now whole tractor. However, I have boost and pyro gauges in my 2390 and I thought maybe I could put that Schwitzer on it since I can moniter things. Hopefully I pickup some fuel economy since I run the 2390 on a 20' no-till drill at 1600 rpms. Anyways, the old turbo put out a max of 9 psi boost while the Schwitzer will put out at least 14 psi. Haven't been able to use it since replacing but going down the road I was able to open it up and hit 14. Now that outta add at least a few ponies. Long story short, put a bigger turbo on it! Of course the stock one will supply enough air for at least 200 horse since the 1570-2590's were rated at 180+.

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