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1070 narrow front

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caseman70

07-16-2009 04:40:36




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does anyone know where i could find a narrow front to put on a case 1070? Is this a real hard job and cost alot to do?




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1031D

07-22-2009 09:01:20




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 Re: 1070 narrow front in reply to caseman70, 07-16-2009 04:40:36  
I got one in SE Wisconsin, came off of my 930 and I also had it on my 1030 while I rebuilt the WFE.



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Derek Pedigo

07-22-2009 06:03:42




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 Re: 1070 narrow front in reply to caseman70, 07-16-2009 04:40:36  
got a narrow front



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Ohio Case

07-16-2009 19:49:01




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 Re: 1070 narrow front in reply to caseman70, 07-16-2009 04:40:36  
I've got a narrow front end in the barn, no rims or tires, I think it came off a 70 series, but how do you tell if it is a 30 or 70????



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caseman70

07-17-2009 07:07:36




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 Re: 1070 narrow front in reply to Ohio Case, 07-16-2009 19:49:01  
what would you want for it and where are you located?



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DKase

07-17-2009 05:38:32




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 Re: 1070 narrow front in reply to Ohio Case, 07-16-2009 19:49:01  
30 and 70 series is the same as far as I know. The key on the 1070 is having the steering box that it will bolt to.



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j heitkemper

07-16-2009 05:08:02




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 Re: 1070 narrow front in reply to caseman70, 07-16-2009 04:40:36  
Saw a tractor Pull ,when a Handsome tricycle 1070 edged out a Tough Oliver at the 71 Indiana State Fair.... Think tricycles were somethimn'less than 10% ... JUst don't see them ,.. Betting that salvage yards will have one .... Who knows, if the 30 series may bolt up... more than likely a 970 or 1175 will interchange also.......



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Roger Link

07-16-2009 05:02:24




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 Re: 1070 narrow front in reply to caseman70, 07-16-2009 04:40:36  
If you have an older 1070 with a 4 bolt pedestal the narrow front will bolt right on.If not you will need to change the steering unit



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