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Auston Pup Road Roller

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widefront37

02-14-2011 15:07:51




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I bought this at auction last Saturday. Comments and information welcome.




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namdc3

02-15-2011 14:18:17




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 Re: Auston Pup Road Roller in reply to widefront37, 02-14-2011 15:07:51  
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By the way, I think your roller is really neat. I don't know how common Case rollers are, but here's a picture of an R roller I saved from an ad. The tractor was in England. I don't know what conversion company it is. It looks to me like the R's steering arm would want to bow when turning to the right, but I guess it worked.

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namdc3

02-15-2011 13:57:40




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 Re: Auston Pup Road Roller in reply to widefront37, 02-14-2011 15:07:51  
It looks like there were some interesting prices on that auction.



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jason ferfecki

02-15-2011 06:11:15




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 Re: Auston Pup Road Roller in reply to widefront37, 02-14-2011 15:07:51  
IM drooling! I have a great home for that if you are looking to sell it! Very nice find.



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Charles Santhuff

02-15-2011 04:33:07




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 Re: Auston Pup Road Roller in reply to widefront37, 02-14-2011 15:07:51  
Probably the same unit. I saw it at a small junk yard at Summersville, Missouri in unrestored condition before it was sold to a collector. The unit had been used to build a nearby airstrip before going to the junk yard. The junk yard owner knew it was too valuable to scrap out so it didn't have a near death experience. Where are you located?



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widefront37

02-15-2011 12:54:35




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 Re: Auston Pup Road Roller in reply to Charles Santhuff, 02-15-2011 04:33:07  
I live at Collins Iowa



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j hitkemper

02-14-2011 20:22:06




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 Re: Auston Pup Road Roller in reply to widefront37, 02-14-2011 15:07:51  
very nice piece of History ,..so thats were Case got the idea to put the front wheels way out front on the DC....



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Charles Santhuff

02-14-2011 17:17:30




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 Re: Auston Pup Road Roller in reply to widefront37, 02-14-2011 15:07:51  
Did that come out of Missouri by any chance? One from south central Missouri was sold to a collector 15 years or so ago. Don't remember where it went.



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widefront37

02-14-2011 17:38:56




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 Re: Auston Pup Road Roller in reply to Charles Santhuff, 02-14-2011 17:17:30  
You are right. Ionia Mo.



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wilson

02-14-2011 16:07:45




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 Re: Auston Pup Road Roller in reply to widefront37, 02-14-2011 15:07:51  
different steering but at least it's not the chicken roost!! as I see a generator does it have 6 volt starting??



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widefront37

02-14-2011 17:43:51




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 Re: Auston Pup Road Roller in reply to wilson, 02-14-2011 16:07:45  
It has a DC engine in it. I have the orginal C engine {bad rod} and they both have the 6V starter.



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