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Missed roll call here's pics

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Fred Goodrich

03-08-2013 06:00:26




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Newark Valley NY southern tier between Binghamton and Elmira. Long time asociation with Case. 1st picture gauge says supergauge anyone remember using one of them?

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axe55

03-08-2013 22:02:30




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 Re: Missed roll call here's pics in reply to Fred Goodrich, 03-08-2013 06:00:26  
nice collection, steel wheels for a fire, different look. i live about 40 miles from the Amish in central IL. i have seem them drive tractors w/ steel wheels covered with cut tractor tires no side walls can't have air in tires.



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pete 23

03-08-2013 16:43:07




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 Re: Missed roll call here's pics in reply to Fred Goodrich, 03-08-2013 06:00:26  
Was that gauge the one they used to hook to the drawbar to test pounds of pull.



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Bruce from Can.

03-08-2013 15:29:53




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 Re: Missed roll call here's pics in reply to Fred Goodrich, 03-08-2013 06:00:26  
730 has been Amished. Even the seat is steel. The Amish around me can't have a tractor ,,,,yet! Bruce



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smallercrawler

03-08-2013 20:08:55




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 Re: Missed roll call here's pics in reply to Bruce from Can., 03-08-2013 15:29:53  
Remind me somewhat of the much older Samson Sieve Grip style.



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Tomvac

03-08-2013 14:21:57




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 Re: Missed roll call here's pics in reply to Fred Goodrich, 03-08-2013 06:00:26  
Don't know anything on the gauge but I the wheels on the 730 are different. Never seen anything like them.



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Straw Boss

03-08-2013 14:51:18




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 Re: Missed roll call here's pics in reply to Tomvac, 03-08-2013 14:21:57  
That tractor is set up for fighting forest fires. Just drive through the burning stuff to get the work done. Wink
I love the spring loaded front wheels.



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IrvIA

03-09-2013 16:18:34




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 Re: Missed roll call here's pics in reply to Straw Boss, 03-08-2013 14:51:18  
How do you reckon he got them front wheels together? Looks like a job.



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jic

03-08-2013 08:08:48




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 Re: Missed roll call here's pics in reply to Fred Goodrich, 03-08-2013 06:00:26  
fred were you at the 150th Case ann. show in portland indiana in 1992 ? i meet a guy from ny. there that pulled case tractors. didn't know if that was you or not.



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Fred Goodrich

03-10-2013 09:21:04




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 Re: Missed roll call here's pics in reply to jic, 03-08-2013 08:08:48  
No I have never been to a Case show, but it is on my list of things to do.



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mEl

03-10-2013 17:42:10




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 Re: Missed roll call here's pics in reply to Fred Goodrich, 03-10-2013 09:21:04  
I know what Pete is refering to and that was called a pull o meter, but I'm not sure that is what that gage is for. A 2000 lb gage could have been an early test set gage.

How's it going Fred, Good luck witht he pulling effort this summer.

mEl
This post was edited by mEl at 17:48:28 03/10/13.



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MJ in the UK

03-08-2013 09:36:12




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 Re: Missed roll call here's pics in reply to jic, 03-08-2013 08:08:48  
Nice pictures from Newark Valley NY. I am from Newark Nottinghamshire UK. MJ



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