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Case 48 SC wide front information question

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benny2

07-09-2007 06:19:34




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I am going to look at a Case SC wide front. Does this tractor have Hyds? This tractors runs and is in fair original shape what should be a fair price. Were these tractors any good as a cultivator tractor? Was the wide front more or less common on these tractors?
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C. Amick

07-09-2007 09:11:44




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 Re: Case 48 SC wide front information question in reply to benny2, 07-09-2007 06:19:34  
It should have a hydraulic lifting bail on the rear. It runs off the PTO and is not live. The SC-3 wide front is pretty rare. The axle alone is worth $300 to $400. It is a 2-row cultivator tractor. Price depends on location, but if the tires are good is should be worth $1,200 or more. They made a few SC-4's (even more rare) which have a non-adustable axle built under the radiator instead of out front like the SC-3.

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Glenn FitzGerald

07-09-2007 09:26:41




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 Re: Case 48 SC wide front information question in reply to C. Amick, 07-09-2007 09:11:44  
Wasn't 1949 the first year for hydraulics...?

Glenn F.



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C. Amick

07-09-2007 10:16:58




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 Re: Case 48 SC wide front information question in reply to Glenn FitzGerald, 07-09-2007 09:26:41  
You may be correct. The VAC had hydraulics in 1948, but perhaps the SC didn't. If no hydrauics, it should have a mechanical lift on the back that also works off the PTO.



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