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1944 S Case

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Chuck Machinist

12-28-2011 18:42:35




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I have been looking at this 44 Case S and I was hoping yall might share a few pics of yous 40 vintage S cases.Thanks Chuck




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Chuck Machinist

12-29-2011 17:43:44




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 Re: 1944 S Case in reply to Chuck Machinist, 12-28-2011 18:42:35  
Great, I would like to see your sc collection.Post em here if you like ,or e-mail them .. chuck



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outsidersag

12-29-2011 17:39:36




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 Re: 1944 S Case in reply to Chuck Machinist, 12-28-2011 18:42:35  
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Here is a photo of our 49 SO. I have not been able to locate any of the orchard sheet metal.



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Chuck Machinist

12-29-2011 19:48:58




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 Re: 1944 S Case in reply to outsidersag, 12-29-2011 17:39:36  
WHOA! What a peach do i count five rim lugs[clamps] on the rear tire?



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ACEd

12-29-2011 07:24:18




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 Re: 1944 S Case in reply to Chuck Machinist, 12-28-2011 18:42:35  
When you say S I assume you mean standard tread - I have a 42 SC and a 50 SC dual narrow front that I could send you some pictures of - what are you looking for specifically?



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Chuck Machinist

12-29-2011 08:15:44




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 Re: 1944 S Case in reply to ACEd, 12-29-2011 07:24:18  
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As i understand it the S is a wide front end,and the SC is the narrow front end.



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ACEd

12-29-2011 08:54:30




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 Re: 1944 S Case in reply to Chuck Machinist, 12-29-2011 08:15:44  
SC was the RowCrop version - typically a bit taller rear tires that could be adjusted in or out. Front End configurations were Single Front, Narrow Dual Front (most common) and Adjustable (Extensable) Wide Front. Yours appears to be a Standard Tread correctly referred to as just an S - (narrower and shorter than RowCrop SC with neither front nor rear adjustable) Case Buyers Guide indicates 8390 S made vs 58991 SC.

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