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DC Case rear lift options

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Richard G.

04-07-2012 09:51:21

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On a 51 DC Case, there are two brackets above the drawbar frame with about 2 inch holes. A U shaped piece goes through them and has a place for a cylinder to mount on the left side looking from the back. Anyone have a photo of the complete setup?
It appears to be for lifting implements. Never saw one set up on a tractor. It is on my neighbor's I have been working on.
Thanks, Richard

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C. Amick

04-07-2012 19:39:48

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 Re: DC Case rear lift options in reply to Richard G., 04-07-2012 09:51:21  
Look at the 2nd and 3rd picture in the post above by Case Nutty entitled "The Hitch History" above. Those photos show the lifting bail.

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04-07-2012 10:01:37

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 Re: DC Case rear lift options in reply to Richard G., 04-07-2012 09:51:21  
It is the lifting bale. Case's way of lifting equipment, such as cultivators etc. I havea 2 row lister planter that is raised with the lifting bale. Mechanical then hyd. lifting bales, then Case Eagle Hitch!! Implements made for those Case tractors could only be used on Case tractors!

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Case Nutty 1660

04-07-2012 09:54:47

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 Re: DC Case rear lift options in reply to Richard G., 04-07-2012 09:51:21  
it is called a "bail lift" will post some pics later for you if you like cnt

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Richard G.

04-07-2012 09:57:44

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 Re: DC Case rear lift options in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-07-2012 09:54:47  
Thanks, I would really appreciate pics.

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