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Eagle Hitch S

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Tommy Railsback

01-26-2012 07:00:56




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Did Case ever build an S standard with Eagle Hitch? I ask because there is an S on E-bay that has castings for the rockshaft.




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bcdave

01-28-2012 16:14:45




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 Re: Eagle Hitch S in reply to Tommy Railsback, 01-26-2012 07:00:56  
On page 115 of Peter Letourneau's Illustrated Buyer's Guide to Case Tractors,it says Eagle Hitch was first offered on the S Series in 1952.
Dave



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PROPANEDUDE

01-26-2012 17:34:40




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 Re: Eagle Hitch S in reply to Tommy Railsback, 01-26-2012 07:00:56  
i have a 1952 s standard with the EH housing. it also has the bottom brackets that hold the EH arms and the bottom part the lift cylinder fits into. it has dual hydraulics. no top bracket and no EH arms. i will need to get the build card to see if it actually came with EH or not.



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Case Nutty 1660

01-26-2012 17:55:51




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 Re: Eagle Hitch S in reply to PROPANEDUDE, 01-26-2012 17:34:40  
would you mind posting us a pic or two of the rear of your "S"?? thank you cnt



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Mark Cowan

01-26-2012 13:45:33




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 Re: Eagle Hitch S in reply to Tommy Railsback, 01-26-2012 07:00:56  
What is an eagle hitch? Can you post a picture?



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Case Nutty 1660

01-26-2012 14:03:01




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 Re: Eagle Hitch S in reply to Mark Cowan, 01-26-2012 13:45:33  
third party image

here ya go Mark



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Tommy Railsback

01-26-2012 13:54:03




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 Re: Eagle Hitch S in reply to Mark Cowan, 01-26-2012 13:45:33  
Mark, Eagle Hitch was Case's trademark for the three point.

Don, I have an Eagle Hitch D. I have never seen an Eagle Hitch S.



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Don Rudolph

01-26-2012 12:15:16




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 Re: Eagle Hitch S in reply to Tommy Railsback, 01-26-2012 07:00:56  
Tom,

I have seen several D's with Eagle Hitch, so I'm guessing S tractors should have it as well. Kind of hard to imagine it working very well on those low models though. Don



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VACLee

01-26-2012 12:55:10




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 Re: Eagle Hitch S in reply to Don Rudolph, 01-26-2012 12:15:16  
Parts book shows different draft arms, mounting brackets and lift links for the S as compared to the SC. It is blank under the listings for the SO which may indicate they were not available with 3 pt. Lee



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John Saeli

01-26-2012 09:47:21




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 Re: Eagle Hitch S in reply to Tommy Railsback, 01-26-2012 07:00:56  
Any "S" Series built from very late '51 on, will have the housing w/ E-H capability. Whether any straight "S" tractors had the E-H, I don't know. In looking through the old books, I found E-H available on the DI, which hugs the ground like an "S".



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