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02-03-2013 06:37:44

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Where Case SC and DC tractors equipped with a foot clutch and live PTO produced in limited numbers or are they fairly commons. Thanks

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02-03-2013 08:58:25

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 Re: Foot clutch in reply to ugh, 02-03-2013 06:37:44  
There was 1 year I think that the SC was made with a hand clutch and live PTO then the next year they made the SC with the foot clutch and that was done from what I remember one or 2 years then that was the end of the SC. I had a 1953 SC that had the hand clutch and live PTO and it was not easy to find clutch parts for. As a matter of fact I had the have the parts repaired by a machine shop

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Don Rudolph

02-03-2013 07:10:25

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 Re: Foot clutch in reply to ugh, 02-03-2013 06:37:44  
I think it depends upon where you are located as to the rarity of the foot clutch tractors. You certainly couldn't say they are rare, as quite a few were made, even though it was right at the end of production. My opinion is that they were certainly the most useful for farming with all the other options that the late models offered as well. I know of some Case collectors who have never seen a foot clutch model, but here in WI they are somewhat common. Don

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j hikemper

02-03-2013 09:46:02

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 Re: Foot clutch in reply to Don Rudolph, 02-03-2013 07:10:25  
been around case all my life ..saw my 1st ft clutch DC in 1969,, i was 13.1st DC ft clutcher i bought in 1997 .2 yrs later ,1st SC ft clutcher I ever saw , came here,,. I still OWN it ,,around the louisville area when i see a DC or Sc it is about 1 in 5 chance of either being a ft clutcher ,,. ft clutchers are never scrapped or parted out here// the industrial I series loader tractors were equipped with a ft clutch some 5 ?yrs or more before the DC and Sc sported ft clutchers as early as 1953 .. the ft clutchers used a more complex wet style compression clutch that i know little about..

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