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Dumb 1175 question

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brokengun

12-24-2011 09:12:54




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Dumb 1175 question

I have wanted an 1175 case for 30 years ever since I drove one 30 years ago.

The question that I have to ask is this; with the out-board planetaryís can the wheels be set in to run down a 30 inch row with 18.4 rubber.

I was told they can not, Since I donít have a tractor handy to measure is this true?




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dboll

12-25-2011 07:12:51




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 Re: Dumb 1175 question in reply to brokengun, 12-24-2011 09:12:54  
you are not going to get them down to 60 inches center to center anyway as the tires get too close to the cab



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MDMO

12-24-2011 20:40:33




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 Re: Dumb 1175 question in reply to brokengun, 12-24-2011 09:12:54  
I have one that is set on 30" with 18.4-38s I use it to bush-hog and plow terraces. Also use it to fill in when the neighbors 4440 JD goes to the shop. It does well pulling the green equipment. 1973 yellow I like it but it could be bought.



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Lamont

12-24-2011 17:27:28




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 Re: Dumb 1175 question in reply to brokengun, 12-24-2011 09:12:54  
Excellent cultivating tractor on 30" rows. Did it for years. Of course, we only had soybeans; no corn! I too hope you can get an 1175. They are great tractors.



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dwalsh

12-24-2011 12:18:37




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 Re: Dumb 1175 question in reply to brokengun, 12-24-2011 09:12:54  
We had a 74 white one and ran 18.4 tires in 30" rows for 12 years with no problems. Cultivated, sprayed, and put on anhydrous with no problems. It had the rims and not the steel pressed wheels as case nutty's has. Dan



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Don Rudolph

12-24-2011 11:31:28




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 Re: Dumb 1175 question in reply to brokengun, 12-24-2011 09:12:54  
I have wanted one for 30 years as well, finally got one 3 years ago. Well worth the wait. I just measured mine and the wheels (18.4 - 38) are 84" out side to outside. That would give you 3" margin for planting on each side. The planetarys stick out about 5-6" from there making late cultivating very dicey. We have decided to just keep her dualed up for heavy tillage work. AT 200 hrs use per year it should last another 25 years IMHO. I hope you can justify getting an 1175. They are simply great machines. Don

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massey333

12-24-2011 10:26:26




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 Re: Dumb 1175 question in reply to brokengun, 12-24-2011 09:12:54  
If CNTs numbers are right,then NO 62"is pushing it with 18.4s in corn.



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JW

12-24-2011 12:59:26




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 Re: Dumb 1175 question in reply to massey333, 12-24-2011 10:26:26  
62" isn't pushing it in corn. Thats all the narrower you can get 71-89 series magnums and alot of other tractors due to fender clearance. In very young corn you can get down the rows with 18.4s set at 72". It is tight and not something we do very often, mostly just trying to get across the field to mow a waterway or loader work along a fence.



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massey333

12-25-2011 16:18:05




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 Re: Dumb 1175 question in reply to JW, 12-24-2011 12:59:26  
I won't argue with you on it,but we were never happy with one tractor that would only go to 62-1/2 to 63"spraying 1 to 2 ft.corn vs everything else that would go 60" for stalk breakage.Any body can run whatever they want to if they are happy with it,but we weren't happy with 63".



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Case Nutty 1660

12-24-2011 09:39:24




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 Re: Dumb 1175 question in reply to brokengun, 12-24-2011 09:12:54  
here ya go cnt



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Case Nutty 1660

12-24-2011 09:41:31




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 Re: Dumb 1175 question in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 12-24-2011 09:39:24  
third party image

third party image

dang for got the pics LOL



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JW

12-24-2011 09:24:08




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 Re: Dumb 1175 question in reply to brokengun, 12-24-2011 09:12:54  
They can but in taller corn the planetaries will push on the outer rows pretty hard. I know of 3 farms within 10 miles of me that have semi retired them for that reason.



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