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DC-4 restore

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bob mason

12-28-2010 09:45:00




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I,m new to this but am starting with a DC-4 I pickedup at an auction last year.sheetmetal is all good and it runs like a top.needs wiring and paint.looking for a mentor to help me thru the resto. would like to see pictures of a 100pt DC so I get the wiring correct(color,trace,conectors and gage,)also looking for somthing to put on the hitch. Its got the culv.raising hitch.Would a eagle hitch be proper on a '48 ? any info would be great. I'm in central michigan. 989-429-1085

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bob mason

12-30-2010 05:28:46




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 Re: DC-4 restore thanks in reply to bob mason, 12-28-2010 09:45:00  
thanks guys got some good stuff to go over.



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Don Rudolph

12-28-2010 18:53:26




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 Re: DC-4 restore in reply to bob mason, 12-28-2010 09:45:00  
Bruce,
The most correct restoration I have seen was done by Bruce Nelson, Centuria, WI. He can give you all the correct info. Page him on this forum. Don



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bob mason

12-30-2010 05:34:04




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 Re: DC-4 restore in reply to Don Rudolph, 12-28-2010 18:53:26  
looking for Bruce Nelson - I've got a DC-4 to restore and hear your the go to info man.



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Don Rudolph

12-28-2010 18:51:32




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 Re: DC-4 restore in reply to bob mason, 12-28-2010 09:45:00  
Bruce,
The most correct restoration I have seen was done by Bruce Nelson, Centuria, WI. He can give you all the correct info. Page him on this forum. Don



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Glenn F.

12-28-2010 12:12:05




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 Re: DC-4 restore in reply to bob mason, 12-28-2010 09:45:00  
Bob,
For starters, have you looked at the 125 DC's in the Tractor Photos at the left? They are sure to provide some guidance.

1948 would be the last year of the "motor lift" mounted implement hitch. In 1949 hydraulics first became available. 1952 marked the first Eagle Hitch, Case's version of three point hitch.

I understand people have modified the pre-eagle hitch lifting systems to fit three point implements, but I've never seen such a conversion in the flesh. Your system works very nicely on the mounted Case cultivators designed for pre-eagle hitch equipped tractors.

Hopefully someone with conversion experience will post.


Glenn F.

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