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Blueprint drawings for tractors

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Tractorman90

01-19-2010 00:26:57




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Howdy, I am a student at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology for Mechanical Engineering. At the moment, I am interested in drawing up fully functioning tractors on the computer, then making fully functioning models. If anyone has any factory blueprints of any tractors (J.I. Case is preferred), it would be greatly appreciated. I am specifically looking into drawing up a crossmotor, since it would be the easiest to make a model.

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Glenn/MN

01-19-2010 16:23:07




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 Re: Blueprint drawings for tractors in reply to Tractorman90, 01-19-2010 00:26:57  
To my knowledge there are no crossmotors drawings available, there are the ocassional 20-40,30-60 and I believe I have seen a general drawing of the 40-80, I have asked this question my self to Richard Tworek and I am pretty sure the Racine Museum owned by the city does not have any, most of the tractor drawings that show up are from the Harry Klein collection and that is maintained currently by Jerry Sanders, I would start with him, as far as general drawings with dimensions and weights I have not seen any of those for the gas tractors but they are available for the steam engines

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DKase

01-19-2010 05:40:11




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 Re: Blueprint drawings for tractors in reply to Tractorman90, 01-19-2010 00:26:57  
The Racine Heritage Museum has gobs of that stuff. contact Dick Ammann at Racine Heritage Museum, 701 Main St, Racine WI 53403-1211 or the editor of Old Abes News might be able to help. contact him at Jimmy Thelen, 3630 W. 5 mile Road, Caledonia, WI 53108, or email him at theljam1@hotmail.com.



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Ken in AZ

01-19-2010 04:58:43




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 Re: Blueprint drawings for tractors in reply to Tractorman90, 01-19-2010 00:26:57  
You might talk to Rich Tworek at Case. The email I have for him is rich.tworek ( at ) cnh.com and he mentioned having drawings for stuff going back to steamers (he described huge drawings on silk). I talked with him about getting copies of build cards for my tractors. He's a fountain of information but seems to be only available on a limited basis. You might see if they will work with you on this.

Hope this helps.

Ken in AZ

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