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Jason Kozlowski

07-25-2011 19:31:19




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Does anyone have any documentation that gives the weight of a Case 1470 cab? This is usually found in the Case price lists, but my 1970 price list gives the weight for everything but the actual cab. There's actually weights listed for the cab options, like the heater, air conditioner and wiper, but not the actual cab! Any help would be appreciated, I'm trying to add up the weight of a tractor for shipping.

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rcgrey

07-26-2011 06:49:18




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 Re: Case 1470 cab weight in reply to Jason Kozlowski, 07-25-2011 19:31:19  
Jason, I don"t Know if this helps but my 1470 bareback with 28.1/26 tires (no liquid) and 2 450# front weights, cab with no air conditioner on scales weighs right around 17000#



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Jason Kozlowski

07-26-2011 08:46:21




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 Re: Case 1470 cab weight in reply to rcgrey, 07-26-2011 06:49:18  
This tractor doesn't have the front weights, it has a cab with just a blower, loaded 28.1" x 26" tires, and a three point. I guess the liquid is the biggest question. My 2470 owner's manual gives loaded tire weights. Does anyone have a 1470 manual that gives loaded tire weights?



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rcgrey

07-26-2011 10:01:37




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 Re: Case 1470 cab weight in reply to Jason Kozlowski, 07-26-2011 08:46:21  
Jason, My 1470 operators manual says 28.1/26 tires 50% full adds 1075# per tire. hope this helps, JIM



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Jason Kozlowski

07-26-2011 10:49:39




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 Re: Case 1470 cab weight in reply to rcgrey, 07-26-2011 10:01:37  
Yes, That will give me a better idea. Thanks Jim!



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Howard H.

07-25-2011 20:20:32




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 Re: Case 1470 cab weight in reply to Jason Kozlowski, 07-25-2011 19:31:19  

If you are talking about a certain one from the Texas panhandle that sold this week you might want to estimate on the high side! One I saw sell had a slab of weights under the front end that must have been 2000-3000 pounds...


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Jason Kozlowski

07-25-2011 20:32:32




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 Re: Case 1470 cab weight in reply to Howard H., 07-25-2011 20:20:32  
No, my 1470 is already bought, I'm just sorting out shipping issues. However, those weights under the front end are factory, and I want a set, if you know where I can find some. Any pictures to show of the tractor that just sold in TX?



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Case Nutty 1660

07-25-2011 20:10:39




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 Re: Case 1470 cab weight in reply to Jason Kozlowski, 07-25-2011 19:31:19  
Jason I think with a blower and htr should be right a 500lbs don't think it is in the ops but can check. I took one off to work on a customer and used my "DC" with Ducan loader and it flelt pretty light, I use to load round bales with it that weighed 1000-1200lbs and the cab had to half that just a guess though cnt



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Jason Kozlowski

07-25-2011 20:27:42




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 Re: Case 1470 cab weight in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 07-25-2011 20:10:39  
That seems in the right ballpark to me, since they are not Roll protected cabs until you get to the 2470. However, the shipping weight for a crated Case 1200 cab was 1010 lbs, according to Case. That seems way too heavy to me, but Case printed it right in the price list.



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