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Nick@KY

04-22-2010 20:51:18




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My latest projects,Case # 10 Eagle Hitch Utility Loader and a Case EDH-24 Disc.The disc had the rear gangs set up to throw outward.I am guessing this was for building levees.The loader needed a new trip bar and other misc repairs. Nick

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Don V

05-03-2010 13:24:55




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 Re: VAC Discing and Loader Pics in reply to Nick@KY, 04-22-2010 20:51:18  
Hey Nick: Great pictures. I'm still going to get out there sometime. I've got to see in those barns. Still think you need my disc plow to go on one of those tractors. Don V.



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Nick@KY

04-24-2010 19:44:51




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 Re: VAC Discing and Loader Pics in reply to Nick@KY, 04-22-2010 20:51:18  
Thanks for all of the replies. Nick



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Ande

04-24-2010 05:56:23




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 Re: VAC Discing and Loader Pics in reply to Nick@KY, 04-22-2010 20:51:18  
Nick,these are really nice pictures,and I also like what you have underoof!Looks like you have some nice ones there too.Sure enjoyed these pictures,amazing the equipment Case put out there.



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Adirondack case guy

04-23-2010 20:06:56




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 Re: VAC Discing and Loader Pics in reply to Nick@KY, 04-22-2010 20:51:18  
Like Will my first solo plowing experience was with a VAC14 and 2B beeak-away plow. It was in an old pasture on a steep slope. Hooked a rock on the steeper part and when I was trying to recouple the plow tipped over and rolled down the hill into a wet spot. Had to go back to the barn and get a chain and drag the plow back to firm ground. Don't know how many of you here know how the Case BR plow split apart when it hit a rock, A portion of it stayed attached to the 3pt of the tractor that we called the "stinger" and the beams and a frame with a spring latch released. If you were lucky the plow frame remained uprite, but often it tipped over, so you ended up using the stinger like a spear to uprite the plow from any angle you could to recouple.

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WVCase415149

04-23-2010 13:05:25




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 Re: VAC Discing and Loader Pics in reply to Nick@KY, 04-22-2010 20:51:18  
Nice Pics Nick,Looks like You have more (Stuff) under the Shed. Those Disc Look alot like My Case Disc. Thanks



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Don Rudolph

04-23-2010 07:31:14




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 Re: VAC Discing and Loader Pics in reply to Nick@KY, 04-22-2010 20:51:18  
Wow, what a stash of old iron in the shed! Looks like years worth of projects. That late model VAC is sure in nice shape. Is that "canted" steering setup hard to get used to?



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Nick@KY

04-23-2010 21:36:29




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 Re: VAC Discing and Loader Pics in reply to Don Rudolph, 04-23-2010 07:31:14  
I have had a few tractors follow me home over the years.The steering does'nt seem to matter at all when driving the tractor. Nick



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jay-eye-see

04-23-2010 07:30:24




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 Re: VAC Discing and Loader Pics in reply to Nick@KY, 04-22-2010 20:51:18  
Nice pics Nick, I'd sure love to add a loader like that one to my collection of Eagle Hitch implements.



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KYCASE1

04-23-2010 06:22:38




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 Re: VAC Discing and Loader Pics in reply to Nick@KY, 04-22-2010 20:51:18  
Nick Thanks for the PICs, Its great to see them at work. It looks like the entire Case famely and the green neighbour kid is watching from the barn. Still looking forward to getting down your way someday. KYCASE1



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Nick@KY

04-24-2010 19:25:28




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 Re: VAC Discing and Loader Pics in reply to KYCASE1, 04-23-2010 06:22:38  
Just give me a call when you are going to be in the area Nick



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J Heitkemper

04-23-2010 07:17:35




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 Re: VAC Discing and Loader Pics in reply to KYCASE1, 04-23-2010 06:22:38  
Green fella likes hangin around CASE guys that make things happen.. LOL .. Bet That Green neighbor Kid really likes to belly up to the fuel,...Er , dinner table..



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Nick@KY

04-23-2010 21:41:12




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 Re: VAC Discing and Loader Pics in reply to J Heitkemper, 04-23-2010 07:17:35  
Not too much green or red in the shed at my place.The 4010 is propane and yes at full throttle it's a little thirsty! But at lower rpm's it's not too bad on fuel. Nick



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J Heitkemper

04-24-2010 04:18:03




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 Re: VAC Discing and Loader Pics in reply to Nick@KY, 04-23-2010 21:41:12  
Brother has a Case 930Propaner/ not bad on fuel / and qick starter in any weather ,.. I Got a 4020 power/shift Diesel , neighbor kid .. If you Run Em' , You GOTTA FEED EM". in all honesty ...Jd hit a home run when they engineered that tractor ..



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Will- Tx.-Mn.

04-23-2010 05:23:09




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 Re: VAC Discing and Loader Pics in reply to Nick@KY, 04-22-2010 20:51:18  
I second that! thanks for the pics Nick..
Wow it is amazing how that eagle hitch lifts up that load of dirt, the power of hydraulics!.. nice looking disc too! I have two VAC Cases, one late model 14 with wide front and eagle hitch.. it is faster in road gear then my H farmal!.. and another a narrow front no eagle hitch but does have a hydraulic pump.

I learned to plow with a Case wide front eagle hitch and two bottom mounted plow when I was 7. I would follow behind my dad and he was on his DC.

~Will

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Jim Voyles

04-23-2010 02:11:46




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 Re: VAC Discing and Loader Pics in reply to Nick@KY, 04-22-2010 20:51:18  
Thanks for the pictures.



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