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Case DC rear end needed Northeast Iowa area

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IOWA NORTHEAST

08-12-2010 13:26:47




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A friend has one where a older gentlman ran it with the rear end bolts loose, no oil in the rear end.

It is a later series, I kinda heard 4 mentioned if that sounds correct. It has the Eagle hitch. Freight would probably make long miles to costly.

Any idea where to look for a fence row unit? The local salvage yards would probably make the parts cost more than the value of the tractor in mint condition.

Thanks everyone.

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Camboted

08-14-2010 02:49:08




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 Re: Case DC rear end needed Northeast Iowa area in reply to IOWA NORTHEAST, 08-12-2010 13:26:47  
Got eagle hitch rear end in Marengo, IL area. Probaly about 100 miles from you. Email is open.



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d standard

08-12-2010 19:44:19




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 Re: Case DC rear end needed Northeast Iowa area in reply to IOWA NORTHEAST, 08-12-2010 13:26:47  
I have a 52 rearend in Thief River Falls, MN. Make me an offer, I go to Minn./St paul often, could meet half way? Ben Meyer 2186896744



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L.LAMP

08-12-2010 16:51:08




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 Re: Case DC rear end needed Northeast Iowa area in reply to IOWA NORTHEAST, 08-12-2010 13:26:47  
SINCE YOUR TRACTOR HAS THE EAGLE HITCH, YOU WILL NEED A REAR END FROM A '52,'53, OR'54 DC BECAUSE YOU NEED A REAR END WITH THE LIVE POWER INPUT SHAFT FOR THE LIVE POWER.



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LongCase

08-12-2010 16:08:55




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 Re: Case DC rear end needed Northeast Iowa area in reply to IOWA NORTHEAST, 08-12-2010 13:26:47  
I have a couple of rearends. Call me 262 629 5085 I am just north of Milwaukee about 30 Miles.



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J Heitkemper

08-12-2010 14:24:30




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 Re: Case DC rear end needed Northeast Iowa area in reply to IOWA NORTHEAST, 08-12-2010 13:26:47  
if you want to make a trip ...Got a 1950 rearend here in Louisville area ...



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JimEvans

08-12-2010 14:52:58




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 Re: Case DC rear end needed Northeast Iowa area in reply to J Heitkemper, 08-12-2010 14:24:30  
Don't have one myself. Call Don Livingston. If you decide that is too expensive to fix, I might be interested in all the stuff needed to add a Eagle Hitch to a tractor that didn't get one from the factory.



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