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casepower970

07-05-2013 21:22:31




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Hi guys, its been awfully busy around here lately with the late season with guys putting on nitrogen. I havent got a lot of time to read whats going on in Case world, now I have time to catch up. Heres some pics of Cases Ive seen as well as myself trying to keep ours busy. Enjoy!!
Kenny F

Mowing with the 2090. Gotta love that ice old A/C. HA

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1370 and 3594

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my buddies VAC his father bought we took off this custom hitch the guys made ugly as sin!

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great view for sure.

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low hred 1370 i have talked much about!

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side dress tractor LOL

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mowing ditches

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early 1070 repaint!

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4490 north of fairbank iowa

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Garyin KS

07-06-2013 17:44:35




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 Re: Whoa! Been awhile. in reply to casepower970, 07-05-2013 21:22:31  
I dont think I have seen a 2090 without a cab or roll bar,



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Kow Farmer

07-06-2013 10:07:21




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 Re: Whoa! Been awhile. in reply to casepower970, 07-05-2013 21:22:31  
Very nice pictures. Thanks for sharing them. I really like that open station 2090. Never seen one like that before.
Kow Farmer Kurt



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bermuda ken

07-06-2013 06:26:33




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 Re: Whoa! Been awhile. in reply to casepower970, 07-05-2013 21:22:31  
I like the 2090 Air Con setup. Is that R134 or R12??? :)

The toy 2090 (like yours) is progressing. It should be at Dyersville Toy Show this November.



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1370rod

07-05-2013 22:09:00




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 Re: Whoa! Been awhile. in reply to casepower970, 07-05-2013 21:22:31  
Nice pics, thanks for showing, Rod.



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casepower970

07-05-2013 21:29:36




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 Re: Whoa! Been awhile. in reply to casepower970, 07-05-2013 21:22:31  
owner of the low houred 1370s; 1070 with our P&H applicator

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my mowing rig

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