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10-24-2012 21:21:21

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Heard of 970's, 1070's. and 1370's, but seen a 1175 sitting in a farmers shed today. Looked real nice. Were there many of them made or has it been label wrong. Thanks

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mark in boonville ny

10-25-2012 18:26:07

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 Re: Is it rare in reply to NEKS, 10-24-2012 21:21:21  
my neighbor is got a 1175. its in pretty good shape

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Adirindack case guy

10-24-2012 21:46:44

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 Re: Is it rare in reply to NEKS, 10-24-2012 21:21:21  
Lots of 1170s and 1175s built. One of the most reliable tractor models that Case ever built.

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10-25-2012 05:57:11

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 Re: Is it rare in reply to Adirindack case guy, 10-24-2012 21:46:44  
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always wondered why case made the differentials different on the 1175, it is flat with no axle sticking out as on their other models.

do you know why the 1175's rear axle is different?

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Adirondack case guy

10-25-2012 06:20:26

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 Re: Is it rare in reply to maxwell99, 10-25-2012 05:57:11  
The outboard planitaries were used to reduce gear loading in the trans housing. The power that the 451T was capable of producing would have destroyed the rear ends. The outboard planitaries were a easy way to transmit this power to the ground at the last point in the driveline. They were far cheaper than the design used in 12-1570s and kept the 11s price competive.

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10-25-2012 21:38:39

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 Re: Is it rare in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-25-2012 06:20:26  
1270"s make 11"s look Stupid when you put then to Work in the field.I know we have a 1170 & my 1070 [77 model [plowing will do the same acreage in a day as the 1170 [it turned up a bit ,160 area ]the 1070 is stock right from case [wires are still on the pump ]the POWER SHIFT is the differance.I plow with 6-16 3300 case plow [1070 /2-2 &2-3 or 3-1 Gears ]the 1170 [3-4 gears]Both the 1070 &1170 have 20.8-38 tires, loaded /1070 has 1000LB"s on the front /1170 has 1500 LB"s on the front/ 6-18 white.take the 6-18 white plow put it no the 2390 or the 1370 & pull it along in 3-2 &3-3.Case 970-1070-1170-1175 Gear Transmissions Shift like JUNK we have several & if I owned them they would be all ready sold [2 of my Brothers are the only reason they are still here,I do own a 1070 that need a few things redone & did them & am going to sell it SOON.Going to replace it with a Power shift one.

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Adirondack case guy

10-26-2012 06:28:55

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 Re: Is it rare in reply to D-C-741, 10-25-2012 21:38:39  
I don't argue the point that the Power Shift is much better suited to our terrain here in NY, and the 1270s were more tractor, but cost far more and had no 540PTO. The 11s were basic tractors and well respected where an operator could put the tractor in a certain gear and go all day.

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Randy Roberson

10-25-2012 09:08:46

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 Re: Is it rare in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-25-2012 06:20:26  
Correct. To transmit a given amount of horsepower , a slower turning shaft has to be stronger because as speed drops torque increases for hp to be constant. With the final drive essentially in the wheel hub, the driveline parts including axles could turn faster, therefore carry the horsepower to the wheels with lower torque so they were less loaded, so they could be smaller/lighter/cost less.

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Straw Boss

10-25-2012 19:53:04

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 Re: Is it rare in reply to Randy Roberson, 10-25-2012 09:08:46  
I'll add to this and say that by virtue of this design they were a good dependable pulling tractor for tillage but more difficult for row crop row spacing adjustments.

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