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agriking

08-28-2009 12:42:17




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What does a Case 801 or 811 weigh with a narrow front with no weights or fluid?




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Jim in Calif

08-28-2009 13:08:55




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 Re: Case 800B in reply to agriking, 08-28-2009 12:42:17  
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My Case 801 Diesel is 6435 lbs (exactly as you described and w/o driver))



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Jim in Calif

08-28-2009 20:44:26




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 Re: Case 800B in reply to Jim in Calif, 08-28-2009 13:08:55  
I do not pull competitively, Our local Tractor club holds an annual tractor pull where we all compete for the next years “bragging rights” My 800 pulls against JD 70’s / 720s /730’s; Farmall M’s / Super MTA’s and AC D-17 / D19. The 800 won the title for 3 years running. However, this year, an AC D21 showed me up…



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Joe Young

08-29-2009 06:49:33




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 Re: Case 800B in reply to Jim in Calif, 08-28-2009 20:44:26  
Jim

Your 800 looks as nice as your Super Diesel and your 530. What else is in your "Machine Shed"....

How did he get the D21 light enough to pull in the same class???



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Jim in Calif

08-29-2009 08:20:15




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 Re: Case 800B in reply to Joe Young, 08-29-2009 06:49:33  
Sometimes the provided weight tag --- LIES



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agriking

08-28-2009 19:23:37




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 Re: Case 800B in reply to Jim in Calif, 08-28-2009 13:08:55  
Nice looking CASE 800 you have Jim. Looking at buying one to use a puller. How does your 800 do? What weight classes do you run?



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John Saeli

08-29-2009 09:34:43




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 Re: Case 800B in reply to agriking, 08-28-2009 19:23:37  
Hey Fella's: If I did it correctly, here is our 800. Took a few years to go restore it from front to back. That's our daughter Chrissy in the seat. She does all our cultivating.



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John Saeli

08-29-2009 09:36:06




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 Re: Case 800B in reply to John Saeli, 08-29-2009 09:34:43  
Well, my luck as usual. I don't know where the picture is. Cyberspace somewheres. $#%&(*%



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Tim in New York

08-29-2009 15:30:51




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 Re: Case 800B in reply to John Saeli, 08-29-2009 09:36:06  
John - I think its hanging on my wall at work! Its on the October page of the Case calendar. Looks great.

Tim



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John Saeli

08-29-2009 16:03:42




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 Re: Case 800B in reply to Tim in New York, 08-29-2009 15:30:51  
That's the one, thanks. I tried to post it here.



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