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01-04-2010 15:27:10

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my DC is setting in the barn, -15 outside today here in minnesota , not even going to think about going for a ride to the mailbox and back. TTJ

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hoosier boy

01-04-2010 18:54:38

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 Re: no seat time on the case today in reply to tooltimejim, 01-04-2010 15:27:10  
I remember Dads SC being a pretty easy start in the winter, that big DC engine does get stiff in the cold. I have allways enjoyed seat time on the DC, use it to bushog or poke around the farm and an occasional road trip to a neighbors farm.

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J Heitkemper

01-04-2010 19:29:25

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 Re: no seat time on the case today in reply to hoosier boy, 01-04-2010 18:54:38  
12degrees and my SC jumped right up to life and wondered why all the powerful diesels needed a pull to get going . 1977,I have successfully hand cranked Dads Magneto fired DC , -15 below zero ,, ELECTRIC WAS OUTR FOR 3 DAYS , IT WAS THE ONLY THING WE COULD START and then we pull started everthing else and then dug out the neighborhood ,,, NO wonder THE GREATEST GENERATION happily depended on these DC's .. much rather pull start a dry clutcher than to put the starters and batteries thru all that strain ,,..

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01-04-2010 18:49:25

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 Re: no seat time on the case today in reply to tooltimejim, 01-04-2010 15:27:10  
Hey Jim,
Its like a big boy"s toy isnt it.I truely love my "DC".But then,I love my "LA",but nothing wrong with my "L",and the "SC" is good to me too,and........,well you know.

Was looking at pics tonight of my "DC",plowing meadow this summer,I had seen others in here plowing meadows,and I really wanted too,but I think stubble would be fun too.

Keep her warm and safe.I think they are a great tractor.

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01-05-2010 18:27:42

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 Re: no seat time on the case today in reply to Ande, 01-04-2010 18:49:25  
Yes , I will try keep the dc warm, you know ,I was going to sell the 1950 dc, so I could afford to buy a 1952 with eagle, but decided just to keep the 1950 I have, so many farms around this part of minnesota used the dc case tractor. My father in Law"s Dad had a few Cases, Talk is always brought up , on how dependable,and strong they are. Have good day everyone,TTJ

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