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Hydraulic MFWD for 70 series

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red bullet

03-14-2013 21:19:22




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Anyone know where a hyd drive front axle ( Mud Hog) is for a 70 series case? I am looking at buying a 1070 and would like to install one and play with it a little. It would just be my yard tractor.




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D-C-741

03-15-2013 21:19:05




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 Re: Hydraulic MFWD for 70 series in reply to red bullet, 03-14-2013 21:19:22  
Saw a 1370 in a dealers lot in Western NY That Had HYD Front Drive On It a Few Years Ago.CASE Sent One [ 1070 w Cab & AC /It had the HYD Front Drive/ They only had it about a Week before it was Sold ] To S C HANSEN IN Horseheads,NY [long time CASE Dealer ].It was one of the very last 70 series that they had as the 90 series were out.



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RGMartin

03-15-2013 05:00:42




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 Re: Hydraulic MFWD for 70 series in reply to red bullet, 03-14-2013 21:19:22  
I think Loren was somehow involved the development of these. If I recall correctly, there was a separate pump mounted out in front of the tractor. Then a bunch of fancy valving integrated into the powershift.



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1370rod

03-15-2013 04:35:45




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 Re: Hydraulic MFWD for 70 series in reply to red bullet, 03-14-2013 21:19:22  
I know for a period of time the hyd fwd was available for the 90 series, but I don't think they ever offered it on the 70 series. Main reason would have been the limitations of the open center hyd system used on the 70's. Such a system on them I believe would cause a lot of heat build up in the hyd's and shorten the life of the gear type pump. Just my two cents worth, Rod.



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Adirondack case guy

03-15-2013 05:24:21




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 Re: Hydraulic MFWD for 70 series in reply to 1370rod, 03-15-2013 04:35:45  
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Rod,
I was fortunate enough to work with Bill Simpson, via a lot of phone calls to get this project done. This 1070 was the prototype, which lead to the 90 series HFWA. The standard hyd. pump on the 70's were not suited to drive the Mud Hog, so a front mounted pump was incorperated. The 90 seties tractors had a pump that would handle the MH. I ordered this 1070 with a ROPS, but when we sold it we had to make it an open station so the customer could get it in the manure shed. We never sold another 70 series, but we went on to sell two 22's and a 2090. Then the MFD's came out.
Loren

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1370rod

03-15-2013 10:22:35




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 Re: Hydraulic MFWD for 70 series in reply to Adirondack case guy, 03-15-2013 05:24:21  
Thanks Loren, Thats neat to know, so this is truly one of a kind?



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Adirondack case guy

03-15-2013 12:52:50




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 Re: Hydraulic MFWD for 70 series in reply to 1370rod, 03-15-2013 10:22:35  
Rod,
I don't know how many of these kits were built. We had the tractor sent from Case to Mud Hog. They built and installed the unit, and when they finished, (about 4 months) Case Fleet picked it up and delivered it, and the leftover front end parts to our dealership. It arrived here and we preped it and took it to the NYS Farmshow and Field Days, where it was debuted in the Case exibit, the fall of 77.
Loren

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casecollectorsc

03-15-2013 06:19:06




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 Re: Hydraulic MFWD for 70 series in reply to Adirondack case guy, 03-15-2013 05:24:21  
Do you know where that tractor is today?? Is it still operational?



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Adirondack case guy

03-15-2013 07:15:37




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 Re: Hydraulic MFWD for 70 series in reply to casecollectorsc, 03-15-2013 06:19:06  
Yes, it is still working on the farm where we sold it, about 20 miles from me. The pic was taken the summer of 2011.
Loren



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casepower970

03-14-2013 22:34:01




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 Re: Hydraulic MFWD for 70 series in reply to red bullet, 03-14-2013 21:19:22  
If you were doing tillage I would reccomend it..



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