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Agri King

06-05-2012 20:56:09




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I found this 1070 last winter. It is suppose to be a 2 owner tractor. I bet it was super nice before owner #2 got it, as the factory pto shaft sheild is still in the tool box. I am going to put 38's on it, but it couldn't have been pulled to hard in life with 34's. I need to fix the pto, door frame and tie rod ends but the rest is very minor. The dealer I got it from said it was to many $ for them to fix. If anyone is interested I am going to fix it and sell it. I would be interested in trades (whole-partial?) 70 series and newer, in need of repair OK.

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1370rod

06-05-2012 21:37:46




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 Re: rod1370 Tractor Save in reply to Agri King, 06-05-2012 20:56:09  
Now thats what I like to see. Every one of those we can save is one more we get to service or purchase in the future. That one looks like it has some potential and the 1070's are a good fit for a lot of jobs. Well done. Rod.



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Case Nutty 1660

06-05-2012 21:27:55




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 Re: rod1370 Tractor Save in reply to Agri King, 06-05-2012 20:56:09  
nice looking 1070, if thats the original muffler I have to agree has not been worked hard, wish I had some extra coin I can always use another Case LOL but I just bought some thing "new" to me pics coming soon cnt



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casecollectorsc

06-05-2012 23:14:04




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 Re: rod1370 Tractor Save in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 06-05-2012 21:27:55  
Dad bought a new 970 when the 70 series came out. then in 74 he bought a 1070 brand new! 1070 had a lot sharper cackle than the 970. Son has a nice 77 1070 and it too has quite the racket from the muffler!!



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