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Case Nutty 1660

07-31-2011 19:51:14




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this a NOS Case item any one reconize it last one was to hard I guess, and am talking about the item in the crate not sitting by it cnt




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1031D

08-02-2011 07:14:48




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 Re: what is it ?? easier in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 07-31-2011 19:51:14  
Oleclint, that is a model 356 one way disk, 5 blades, 3.5ft cut, 10" spacing. dc741, do us all a huge favor and call the nearest recycling yard, have them send out every available man and torch and cut up every fricken thing you own so we don't have to listen to all your negative sh!t anymore about cutting everything up and sending it to china!!!!!!!! Just make sure you go in the dumpster with it all!

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oleclint

08-01-2011 17:28:32




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 Re: what is it ?? easier in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 07-31-2011 19:51:14  
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CaseNutty , I enjoy your "tests" of what is it? .I grew up with Case , brings lots of memories back . If I can get it done on here, I will try to post a pic of our CASE 1 way. As of now, know one has been able to I D the model . It is the only one that I have ever seen. We use it for making a fire break if needed. Also worked it recently on cleared brush land. clint

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oleclint

08-01-2011 17:32:40




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 Re: what is it ?? easier in reply to oleclint, 08-01-2011 17:28:32  
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another photo of Case 1 way. no rain on this ground for 7 weeks in middle of Oklahoma. Clint



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D-C-741

08-01-2011 21:27:46




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 Re: what is it ?? easier in reply to oleclint, 08-01-2011 17:32:40  
It Looks like the 1 we have,dont use it any more/Its in the pile to be cut an sent to China.



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1031D

08-01-2011 07:34:04




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 Re: what is it ?? easier in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 07-31-2011 19:51:14  
Tom, what is that drawbar for leaning up against the crate? Looks like a model R disk, if it is, got any good pictures of it?



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Case Nutty 1660

08-01-2011 08:39:33




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 Re: what is it ?? easier in reply to 1031D, 08-01-2011 07:34:04  
Jim you are correct it is a "R" drawbar new never assembled, have several pieces of it all new hyd control gane frames one or two spools, I thinkt the manual levers got it on a parts buy deal cnt



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Klyde

07-31-2011 20:15:44




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 Re: what is it ?? easier in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 07-31-2011 19:51:14  
scour clean ?



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Case Nutty 1660

07-31-2011 20:18:42




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 Re: what is it ?? easier in reply to Klyde, 07-31-2011 20:15:44  
yes it is !!! fits a 700, has the Case eagle stenciled on the crate, also have five in the box units for model 75 pulltypes also and lot of NOS screens not looking to sell though cnt



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