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CASE 6x16 CHA Trailer Plow

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Adirondack case guy

04-28-2010 15:03:47




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This plow is owened by a local farmer. He bought it at auction from a local used tractor dealer. I heard about it last fall. A neighbor told me that it was setting in the weeds. I have a 1964 930 hand clutch tractor and a 4B A series plow would be nice for it. However this one is too big. This spring his son pulled it out and hooked it behind their 7140. The son told his dad that it worked pretty good and kinda liked it. Maybe he just wanted to up the price. I drove by a day or so back and saw it setting so I stopped to take a better look. I can't believe it plowed that good since the bottoms are not scouring. I think it can still be bought. I could probably cut it down to a 4B and and reconfigure the hitch for infurrow use, but????? Any of you guys out there that would like this plow and can barter for a smaller one, I might be able to work something out.

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Jason Kozlowski

04-30-2010 06:22:42




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 Re: CASE 6x16 CHA Trailer Plow in reply to Adirondack case guy, 04-28-2010 15:03:47  
I"m only down in PA, Where is it in NY? Is it original, or repainted?



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Adirondack case guy

04-30-2010 17:54:18




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 Re: CASE 6x16 CHA Trailer Plow in reply to Jason Kozlowski, 04-30-2010 06:22:42  
Hay Jason
The molboards have been repainted black may have been total rebuild including coulters. ????? I assume that this plow came from an auction in the mid west. and was transported here as it's one of a kind around here. Our local Importer is James McFadden.



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Redcru

04-29-2010 15:00:13




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 Re: CASE 6x16 CHA Trailer Plow in reply to Adirondack case guy, 04-28-2010 15:03:47  
Case Guy I would be interested in that plow, but the only 4-bottom I have gets used with my big 400. e-mail is included. thanks Dale



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Casestuff

04-29-2010 12:26:47




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 Re: CASE 6x16 CHA Trailer Plow in reply to Adirondack case guy, 04-28-2010 15:03:47  
Anybody out there have a 3-14 or 2-16 in that CH model or a narrow frame 3-16 that could be cut down.



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bradley martin

04-28-2010 17:18:46




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 Re: CASE 6x16 CHA Trailer Plow in reply to Adirondack case guy, 04-28-2010 15:03:47  
Definitely a CHT. I have a 4x14 version. It is all my 930 wants it you are plowing a decent depth and speed.



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Don Livingston

04-28-2010 17:00:10




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 Re: CASE 6x16 CHA Trailer Plow in reply to Adirondack case guy, 04-28-2010 15:03:47  
I have a few 4 bottoms here at Austin Minn...barter town USA.....507 433 0073
Don L.



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tom stanley

04-28-2010 15:34:35




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 Re: CASE 6x16 CHA Trailer Plow in reply to Adirondack case guy, 04-28-2010 15:03:47  
looks to not have many acres though it according to the coulters wouldn't mind having it but am guessing is to far away from me but I do have an extra four bottom I might do some trading on



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Tom Railsback

04-28-2010 17:02:01




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 Re: CASE 6x16 CHA Trailer Plow in reply to tom stanley, 04-28-2010 15:34:35  
You're right on too far away, Tom; he's in New York State.



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chess

04-28-2010 16:40:07




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 Re: CASE 6x16 CHA Trailer Plow in reply to tom stanley, 04-28-2010 15:34:35  
I think that is a CHT66 PLOW. A model plows used a heavy i beam type. C stands for model-h denotes hydraulic lift-t stands for trip -6 is number of bottoms an last six denotes 16in bottoms.



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chess

04-28-2010 16:39:27




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 Re: CASE 6x16 CHA Trailer Plow in reply to tom stanley, 04-28-2010 15:34:35  
I think that is a CHT66 PLOW. A model plows used a heavy i beam type. C stands for model-h denotes hydraulic lift-t stands for trip -6 is number of bottoms an last six denotes 16in bottoms.



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