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Case 1175

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Mike in Mn.

05-07-2012 09:20:24

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One of my boys is looking at a low hr. 1175. He says it has a straight transmission in it, did they make them without a powershift?? Were they good tractors?? What engine did they have?? I am not familiar with that particular model, thanks for the info. Have lots of hours behind the wheel of the old 30 series and a 2090, but not the 70 series. Finally the sun is shining today, have a good one!!

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05-07-2012 20:43:07

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 Re: Case 1175 in reply to Mike in Mn., 05-07-2012 09:20:24  
Have 1970 1170. they have heavier front axle, side rails for tank mounting, sliding front weights, 8 spd, 451 turbo,outboard planetaries, disc brakes, turn fuel up, no need to shift down.

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Ron Sa

05-07-2012 20:06:07

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 Re: Case 1175 in reply to Mike in Mn., 05-07-2012 09:20:24  
I have had a 1170 for 30+ years and even though it is "plain jane" I am very attached to it. Quiet transmission and great sounding engine. The cab and seat are very quiet and comfortable. One of the replys mentioned having to shift on hilly ground. I have some hills and tought spots but I can't remember the last time that I had to stop and shift down due to lack of torgue and here is why.

It is a 122 hp tractor with a turbo. I set the power at 150 hp on a dyno but I try to run it at about the 120 hp level that it was made for. The extra hp and super torque rise momentarily handle the hills and tough spots without having to stop and downshift.

If your boy is inclined to run a tractor hammer down as fast as possible then I recommend he get a powershift.

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John Saeli

05-07-2012 17:55:10

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 Re: Case 1175 in reply to Mike in Mn., 05-07-2012 09:20:24  
Keep the Ether can away & they are bulletproof. Our kids are gone on now, but our 2 youngest, when they were teenagers, son & daughter, would get home from school & would have to help me plant. I'd have the 1175, open station, hooked up to something, & one of the cab tractors w/ working A/C & AM/FM hooked up to something else. They would fight over who was gonna run the 1175. They would get violent. "You ran the "11" yesterday, it's my turn today!!"

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05-07-2012 17:50:32

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 Re: Case 1175 in reply to Mike in Mn., 05-07-2012 09:20:24  
I saw a white "1175" on the Case IH lot,nice tractor,and sound,it wasnt there long,it went for $8000.00.
I agree with others here,they were one of the best,I sold a few new,and always felt good selling them,cause they stayed out and worked

And I like how they sound,especially when you take the baffle out of the muffler,get a bit more power and fuel economy too

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Adirondack case guy

05-07-2012 14:21:57

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 Re: Case 1175 in reply to Mike in Mn., 05-07-2012 09:20:24  
One of the best tractors that Case ever built. however, if you are working hilly ground like we have here in CNY, shifting the 8spd gets old real fast.

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05-07-2012 11:39:03

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 Re: Case 1175 in reply to Mike in Mn., 05-07-2012 09:20:24  
1170 and 1175 were 8-speed only; NO powershifts in those. Both had a 451 turbo engine. Some of the best tractors ever made in my opinion.

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Don Rudolph

05-07-2012 09:33:53

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 Re: Case 1175 in reply to Mike in Mn., 05-07-2012 09:20:24  
The 1175 came with a straight 8 speed only. It has the 451 turbo motor and 540/1000- PTO. A low houred 1175 will last almost forever, a very well built,tough tractor. I absolutely love mine. Don

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