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Case Nutty 1660

04-19-2011 10:33:25




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Here is another tool that was not in my neighborhood, I always thought one would be handy cnt




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BILL FROM WISC

04-20-2011 10:58:54




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 Re: Utility Harvestor in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-19-2011 10:33:25  
Neat to see a ad. I own a 621 that my dad has owned since about 1965. Dad used it behind our cc case for years to green chop hay for our cattle. I used it mainly for chopping corn stalks. If set too low it will realy suck up the dirt. Ours does have a overrunning clutch on the pto but always would shear the shear pins if you engaged the pto too fast.



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oleclint

04-19-2011 20:18:50




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 Re: Utility Harvestor in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-19-2011 10:33:25  
I bought one of these cutters in the mid 60 s used . I trimed up fence rows, lanes & weeds in general . Worked ok , but took about 65 H P to really move along. Biggest prob was it did not have an overunning clutch on it and my tractor did not have 'Live P T O. I still "gotta er done". clint



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R Aiken

04-19-2011 12:25:14




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 Re: Utility Harvestor in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-19-2011 10:33:25  
I have one of them.



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Case Nutty 1660

04-19-2011 12:27:47




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 Re: Utility Harvestor in reply to R Aiken, 04-19-2011 12:25:14  
do you still use it, how about a pic please cnt



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R Aiken

04-19-2011 14:02:46




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 Re: Utility Harvestor in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-19-2011 12:27:47  
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I have never used it. It is where I unloaded it several years ago. It needs the spout put on and some repair on the lift handle.



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Kostya

04-19-2011 19:00:46




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 Re: Utility Harvestor in reply to R Aiken, 04-19-2011 14:02:46  
That gas tank chained to the top of your mower looks like it came off of a Massey 300 combine except mine does not have the gas gauge. I'm looking for belts to that one...have you got anything left of the whole thing?



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Ken in AZ

04-19-2011 12:00:52




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 Re: Utility Harvestor in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-19-2011 10:33:25  
wow... looks like a brush hog set up for bagging. There have been times my yard needed something like this.

Thanks for posting!

Ken in AZ



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philcaseinWPA

04-19-2011 10:43:07




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 Re: Utility Harvestor in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-19-2011 10:33:25  
Wonder how much pto hp was needed?

Phil



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Case Nutty 1660

04-19-2011 10:51:45




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 Re: Utility Harvestor in reply to philcaseinWPA, 04-19-2011 10:43:07  
Its on a "DC" so I would guess 40-50hp at least, am sure 2-3 ft of green chop would make a "DC" snort



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j hetkemper

04-19-2011 12:16:06




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 Re: Utility Harvestor in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-19-2011 10:51:45  
dc would be up to the job .just turn out the power valve , watch the temp guage and keep gas in the Ol Gent.. ,But on the hills around here, that dc would get bossed a little making turns on the slopes ,, engeneering question?? was there enuf air push there to blow the forage into the wagon?



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Case Nutty 1660

04-19-2011 12:25:49




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 Re: Utility Harvestor in reply to j hetkemper, 04-19-2011 12:16:06  
as I understand the lit it had a bolt on fan on the blades, similar to a chopper, and they did claim to be able to pick up windrowed material so she must have real suction as well as blowing ability cnt



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R Aiken

04-19-2011 14:11:12




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 Re: Utility Harvestor in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-19-2011 12:25:49  
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They have 4 blades, with a thin cutting edge The fan part was on top of the blade with a pice of rubber to the outside for a good fit.



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jon f mn

04-19-2011 19:14:34




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 Re: Utility Harvestor in reply to R Aiken, 04-19-2011 14:11:12  
Funny these pics come up today. I just drove by three of these in a fence row just south of dallas, not far off 35e.



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