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What replaced the VAC SC?

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Mopower

02-04-2013 11:56:38




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What models replaced the VAC and SC? I know the progression of C,CC,D,DC,400,700,730, & so on, but I'm a bit confused on the smaller models. As an MM fan, I have incredible repect, but little knowledge of Case tractors. Thanks.




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Adirondack case guy

02-04-2013 14:54:10




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 Re: What replaced the VAC SC? in reply to Mopower, 02-04-2013 11:56:38  
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That would be the 300, and 350. Pic is of a 300, which had 28"rears, powered by a 148 cu.in engine. The 350 looked the same although it had a heavier trans, and 36" rears on the Rowcrop version.



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Doc Larry

02-05-2013 05:25:57




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 Re: What replaced the VAC SC? in reply to Adirondack case guy, 02-04-2013 14:54:10  
Now we know who's hogging all that white stuff! Send some out this way, please!



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Adirondack case guy

02-04-2013 14:56:57




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 Re: What replaced the VAC SC? in reply to Adirondack case guy, 02-04-2013 14:54:10  
Forgot to say the 350 was powered by a 164cu.in. engine.
Loren



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Mopower

02-05-2013 14:15:19




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 Re: What replaced the VAC SC? in reply to Adirondack case guy, 02-04-2013 14:56:57  
Was the RPM kept the same? Was there a diesel version? Thanks.



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Adirondack case guy

02-05-2013 16:29:18




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 Re: What replaced the VAC SC? in reply to Mopower, 02-05-2013 14:15:19  
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There was a diesel version of them. a Continental 157 cu.in. It was used in the 300, and 400B. Not sure if, or what ,diesel engine was used in the 350, and 500B
Loren

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1031D

02-04-2013 12:02:26




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 Re: What replaced the VAC SC? in reply to Mopower, 02-04-2013 11:56:38  
That would be the 300 round nose.



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Gene Dotson

02-04-2013 12:12:42




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 Re: What replaced the VAC SC? in reply to 1031D, 02-04-2013 12:02:26  
Don't forget the 200.

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Straw Boss

02-04-2013 14:25:32




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 Re: What replaced the VAC SC? in reply to Gene Dotson, 02-04-2013 12:12:42  
200B came along a few years after the 300 roundnose but would be the next littlest tractor in the next series. The 200B would then be replaced by the 430.



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