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1939 Case R decal placement not sure ?

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Dwight Michael

02-02-2013 21:27:27




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I work on a lot green tractors and this is my first case restoration. I am finishing the tractor up and need some direction on decal placement.I have four left over. The tractor is headed to museum and the owner wants everything shiny. If their something that pops out at you I need to fix please let me know. I know the air cleaner cap is wrong.Thanks for your help. Dwight 970-690-1582

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Ande

02-05-2013 07:28:13




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 Re: 1939 Case R decal placement not sure ? in reply to Dwight Michael, 02-02-2013 21:27:27  
My friend Tom said I missed this post,so I came back,and it was well worth it.Very nice restoration,very first class.Thanks for letting us all see your work



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DKase

02-03-2013 10:43:40




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 Re: 1939 Case R decal placement not sure ? in reply to Dwight Michael, 02-02-2013 21:27:27  
VERY VERY NICE!! That first scratch is going to hurt BAD!



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Don Rudolph

02-03-2013 08:44:07




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 Re: 1939 Case R decal placement not sure ? in reply to Dwight Michael, 02-02-2013 21:27:27  
I can't help you with the decals as Dad traded in the RO when I was 4 years old. But I do want to compliment you on the beautiful tractor you now have. It is a real striking paint job. I'll bet a lot of people have never seen an R. Don



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zach in neb

02-03-2013 08:33:03




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 Re: 1939 Case R decal placement not sure ? in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 02-02-2013 21:27:27  
First off that is a gorgeous restoration! Very nice work! As for the decals im not sure any of those were actually used on the late r's and rc's. I'll have to look in my literature when i get home tonight to know for sure. The gasoline decal usually goes by the gas cap. The red important decal i know for sure is not used. That safety decal usually goes on the seat channel but once i again im not sure it was used on the r's and rc's. The patent decal i'm not sure is correct either but i'd have to look. It seems like they was a patent decal on the left hand side on the oil pan right in front of the starter opening. I'll look tonight when i get home and hopefully have some pictures and answers for you.

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Dwight Michael

02-03-2013 09:45:38




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 Re: 1939 Case R decal placement not sure ? in reply to zach in neb, 02-03-2013 08:33:03  
If you can help me out on the right ones I would appreciate it. This is what they sent me when I ordered them. I can always peel them off and put on the right ones. Thanks for the help.
Dwight



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zach in neb

02-03-2013 21:00:26




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 Re: 1939 Case R decal placement not sure ? in reply to Dwight Michael, 02-03-2013 09:45:38  
Well i didn't have much luck finding to many pictures in my literature. But i found a picture of the original patents sticker and have included a picture. I found a picture of the gasoline sticker on the hood. In my opinion i would use the gasoline sticker and possibly use the patent sticker you have but like i said thats just my opinion. As far as i know nobody makes an exact copy of the original patent sticker. Here are the pictures i found. I hope they help you!

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Dwight Michael

02-05-2013 18:09:02




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 Re: 1939 Case R decal placement not sure ? in reply to zach in neb, 02-03-2013 21:00:26  
Thanks for all the great comments. It makes all the hard work worth it. Thanks for the knowledge and research on the decals.

Thanks Dwight



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jon f mn

02-03-2013 06:11:12




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 Re: 1939 Case R decal placement not sure ? in reply to Dwight Michael, 02-02-2013 21:27:27  
I can't help on the decals either, but what a beauty!!! How many coats of paint and what brand? I'll never do one that nice, even if I could, because I have to use mine. lol



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Dwight Michael

02-03-2013 09:40:07




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 Re: 1939 Case R decal placement not sure ? in reply to jon f mn, 02-03-2013 06:11:12  
Thanks Base coat clear coat PPG paint.



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1031D

02-03-2013 05:59:36




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 Re: 1939 Case R decal placement not sure ? in reply to Dwight Michael, 02-02-2013 21:27:27  
The patent decals usually centered inside the left hand sander, the safety first decal goes on top of the PTO shield, and the gasoline decals sometimes goes by the gas cap. Your other decal you have left over is actually for a valve cover on an overhead valve engine. That is a very nice looking machine!



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s,mac

02-02-2013 22:12:01




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 Re: 1939 Case R decal placement not sure ? in reply to Dwight Michael, 02-02-2013 21:27:27  
Sorry do not know where the decals go but the tractor is sure pretty.Steve



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D beatty

02-02-2013 22:03:34




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 Re: 1939 Case R decal placement not sure ? in reply to Dwight Michael, 02-02-2013 21:27:27  
Nice looking tractor and you did a great paint job. Are the fender on the correct side of of tractor ? All the pictures I have of the Case R the fenders are reversed. I have a Case RC which has a different type of fender.



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Dwight Michael

02-03-2013 06:53:49




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 Re: 1939 Case R decal placement not sure ? in reply to D beatty, 02-02-2013 22:03:34  
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Thanks for all great comments and the help on the decals.When I got the fenders from John Livingston (Rusty Acres) he said they are universal their is no right or left except you have bolt hole for the step. I don't know

Thanks Dwight



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Dwight Michael

02-03-2013 07:22:10




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 Re: 1939 Case R decal placement not sure ? in reply to Dwight Michael, 02-03-2013 06:53:49  
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The "R" when I got it.



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