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Jason Kozlowski

10-14-2010 12:23:24




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Here are a couple pictures of my Case pickers at the Steam-O-Rama show two weeks ago. The picker/sheller is an IS, and the smaller picker is a PR. The PR didn't get used since the IS worked well.

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Don V

10-20-2010 08:57:27




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 Re: Case picker pics in reply to Jason Kozlowski, 10-14-2010 12:23:24  
Hooked up my 1952 SC to the PR picker last night and picked about two and a half acers trying to beat the rain on some bottom land. I've had this picker for four years now and have good luck with it except for a minor problem with a PTO yoke. Good pickers. Also have a 212 choper with corn and hay heads. I've never used it , although it is in very good condition. Just don't need it to use. One of those things you find once in awhile that you think you just have to own. This one was a one owner and came off a dairy farm in Wisconsin. Very good shape. Love the old Case tractors and equipment and still use it.

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Farmboy856

10-15-2010 18:44:27




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 Re: Case picker pics in reply to Jason Kozlowski, 10-14-2010 12:23:24  
Great pics! We had a Case chopper when I was a kid and they did a lot of custom silo filling with it. I posted a picture of it in the "Vintage Photos" section ovewr to the left on the main page of this site. Search "Farmboy856" and you should find it. Too bad it"s being pulled by a tractor of a different color. Ours had a V-4 Wisconsin on it.



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Nick@KY

10-15-2010 10:41:13




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 Re: Case picker pics in reply to Jason Kozlowski, 10-14-2010 12:23:24  
Very Nice Original equipment! I would like to have one of those picker/sheller's.Thanks for posting. Nick



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Ande

10-15-2010 05:20:03




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 Re: Case picker pics in reply to Jason Kozlowski, 10-14-2010 12:23:24  
Great pictures Jason,you sure have some nice "Case" equipment.



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Adirondack case guy

10-14-2010 16:59:14




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 Case 212 Chopper in reply to Jason Kozlowski, 10-14-2010 12:23:24  
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Hi Jason;
I posted a pic. of this chopper a couple of months ago, thought it was a hedgerow special! as well as some pics of SCs and some Cocksutts Well it isn't and after I spent some time a couple of weeks ago, talking with the gentlman on the seat, Dennis, I soon realized that his dad, my dad, and our grandfathers had deep routed ties with Case equipment. Turns out that my dad sold this chopper new to them.They also have another one with a direct cut hay head. I hope to buy that one from them. Supposadly it only lacks the drive shaft that powers the header.
Any way, glad to see you got the sheller working, and where did you find that 930LP with the 18" cast front wheels on a rowcrop front axle.Never saw that before!If I run across something that might spark your intrest , I will E-mail you. Loren the Acg.

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Jason Kozlowski

10-15-2010 16:51:43




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 Re: Case 212 Chopper in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-14-2010 16:59:14  
The '65 930 LP (941) was purchased from Oklahoma, but it has dealership decals from Dodge City, Kansas. I've seen a couple others like it, but there are definitely more of the western tractors with the 18" cast wheels. It could also have them because it is such an early eight speed 930 tractor. It seems to have all the early features that were updated later. I need to request some build cards, I actually wonder if it could have been built in the 1964 calendar year.

Nice chopper as well. We had a Case 210 chopper, but sold it. I actually saw a 212 earlier this year that had a fixed chute. I knew the pivot was an option, but had never seen one without it. I've located a later 300 chopper with a single row head, and I hope to buy it. I think they are actually Hesston built units; is that correct? That should look nice following one of our 30 series tractors.

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Ken Jentges

10-18-2010 19:51:58




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 Re: Case 212 Chopper in reply to Jason Kozlowski, 10-15-2010 16:51:43  
I could be wrong, but the number 550 seems to stick in my head. I am probably wrong, I am not much if an IH fan



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Ken Jentges

10-16-2010 19:59:30




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 Re: Case 212 Chopper in reply to Jason Kozlowski, 10-15-2010 16:51:43  
The 300 Case choper is actually an IH. I can remember helping Grandpa fix his using red parts. It was not much of a machine compared to our New Holland.



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Jason Kozlowwski

10-16-2010 20:55:39




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 Re: Case 212 Chopper in reply to Ken Jentges, 10-16-2010 19:59:30  
You are the second one to say the Case 300 choppers are IH machines, so there must be something to it. Any Idea what IH model is equivalent? I went looking at online ads to compare pictures, but didn't find a IH that was the same.



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Ande

10-15-2010 05:23:27




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 Re: Case 212 Chopper in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-14-2010 16:59:14  
There wasnt much corn equipment up my way,so when you great guys post pictures of what Case had back then,it sure is fun to see them.
Fun isnt it to find equipment your Dad sold,love to talk about the old Case dealership.
Thanks for sharing with us



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Jason Kozlowski

10-15-2010 16:26:29




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 Re: Case 212 Chopper in reply to Ande, 10-15-2010 05:23:27  
Could you please post some pics of the 1964 830 Standard? I don"t see too many 730/830 standards.



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j heikemper

10-14-2010 20:30:47




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 Re: Case 212 Chopper in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-14-2010 16:59:14  
IMPRESSIVE ,, looks like a fun show ,, Those castwheels on that 930 look to be typical of my 800 , and brothers 1964 830 standard diesel ,my 1961 730 and 67 930 have stamped wheels ,



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Joe Young

10-15-2010 04:29:29




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 Re: Case 212 Chopper in reply to j heikemper, 10-14-2010 20:30:47  
Dad had a 930 Comfort King with those large cast wheels as well....



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timberjack

10-14-2010 15:34:22




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 Re: Case picker pics in reply to Jason Kozlowski, 10-14-2010 12:23:24  
Nice photos. I have a model P that I still use every year to fill our crib. Dont see many Case pickers around.



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Lee Brown

10-14-2010 13:52:44




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 Re: Case picker pics in reply to Jason Kozlowski, 10-14-2010 12:23:24  
These look great! It's always nice to see some of the old equipment being maintained in operating condition. I wanted to go to the Steam-o-Rama, but it was the same weekend as the State Fair. Maybe next year I'll figure out a way to do both! Thanks for sharing photos of your Case equipment! Lee



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