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Progress on my Cas shop

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Adirondack cas guy

11-23-2013 18:33:19

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Finally working my way around my garage/shop after 15+ years of acumilation. Got the bench framed out of steel Kubota crates, and the 2X top bolted in place. Still have to bend the 26g steel for the bench top. Got the 15yr. progect Case tractor, cab and loader bucket rearanged today, so I can continue to paint the shop walls. This is my winter project and the reason to complete the shop, because knowone but me knows how this tractor is designed. It has hydrostatic steering off a 660 combine , a 25gpm front mtd pump feeding a 5 spool valve, plus the original pump and dual remotes.
The cab has a flat floor like the 70 series and the foot and hand clutch are both foot operated, and all the brake pedals have been modified to overhead pedals in the cab, plus a 70 series park brake. As I said, I have to finish this tractor, because it is one of a kind, and now I have a nice heated shop to do so. Also made room to get my Kubota B2150 with FEL and the front Mtd., snowblower in the shop, today also.
A good thing, I guess, because we had an instant blizzard roll through just before dark. As I post now, we have about 2" of snow on the grass covered terf.
The State DOT and town plows have been out wareing out cutting edges on the plows, Gerrrrr. Stupid!!. The roads are still bare.

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Agri King

11-25-2013 10:47:57

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 Re: Progress on my Cas shop in reply to Adirondack cas guy, 11-23-2013 18:33:19  
Loren shop progress looks good. The road crews aren't wearing out cutting edges... They are sharpening them... That's what I have been told. Lol

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Kow Farmer

11-24-2013 09:35:15

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 Re: Progress on my Cas shop in reply to Adirondack cas guy, 11-23-2013 18:33:19  
Pardon my stupid questions please. Your project tractor is very interesting to me. What is the "base" of this tractor? Is it a smaller 90 or 94 deries tractor? I am amazed what you are doing with this tractor. I am sure it will be a great tractor when you are done. Can you post in progress pics as you move forward with it please?
Thank you.
Kow Farmer Kurt

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11-23-2013 20:10:16

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 Re: Progress on my Cas shop in reply to Adirondack cas guy, 11-23-2013 18:33:19  
Having seen some of your creative ideas and you are obviously a master at fabrication I know your completed project will be something to be proud of. I always look forward to seeing what ever you happen to be working on. The shop and tractor will be cool, can't wait to see them finished. Rod.

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Don Rudolph

11-23-2013 19:15:19

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 Re: Progress on my Cas shop in reply to Adirondack cas guy, 11-23-2013 18:33:19  
I can hardly wait to see what your self designed tractor will look like and, more importantly, how it performs. Keep us posted. Winter hit here as well. Don

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