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12-10-2013 17:52:19

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Are they still available from Case. If so who is the contact after Rich retired.

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12-11-2013 17:35:45

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 Re: Build cards in reply to Bob/wis, 12-10-2013 17:52:19  
Thanks for the info guys. Got the info off too Judy today. Found both cards for me and got them on the way. Going to be interesting find out the history on them.

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jay geneva

12-11-2013 10:35:47

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 Re: Build cards in reply to Bob/wis, 12-10-2013 17:52:19  
I just got off the phone with Mrs. Judy and they were able to find my build card. The cost including postage mailed to your home is $7.00

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Christopher Mikesell

12-10-2013 18:33:19

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 Re: Build cards in reply to Bob/wis, 12-10-2013 17:52:19  
Yes, they are still available. I ordered the build card from my SC on November 5. The contact information of the person who helped me is shown below.

Judy Prouty

Customer Service Supervisor

CNH Document Management Center

2205 Durand Avenue Racine, WI 53403

Phone: 2(six)2-(six)3(six)-7(five)4(zero) Fax: (two)6(two)-6(three)6-(seven)5(three)0

Email: judy.prouty@cnh.com

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12-11-2013 04:28:22

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 Re: Build cards in reply to Christopher Mikesell, 12-10-2013 18:33:19  
Chris, Was there a monetary charge per build card ordered? I believe there was when Rich was doing it. Thanks gobble

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12-10-2013 18:52:31

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 Re: Build cards in reply to Christopher Mikesell, 12-10-2013 18:33:19  
Could you clarify for me what a build card is? Sorry for the newbie question, just not sure what it is. I am great interest in learning more bout when/where my Cases were built and first sold to, wondering if this is a possible way to track that down.

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Christopher Mikesell

12-10-2013 19:36:25

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 Re: Build cards in reply to Barry75, 12-10-2013 18:52:31  
The build card was a document that originated at the factory and traveled with the tractor so that the workers on the factory floor would know what to build.
It includes all of the options that the tractor had when it left the factory. It may also include the original destination, whether it be a Case warehouse, a specific dealership, or even the residence of the specific individual that originally ordered the tractor. It may also include any rework or changes that were made to the tractor while it was still in the Case dealership/warehouse system. Additionally, it usually includes the results of the factory dynamometer tests (although the engine may not have been fully broken in yet at this point).

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12-10-2013 19:14:08

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 Re: Build cards in reply to Barry75, 12-10-2013 18:52:31  
You could think of it as a birth certificate, all the info about the tractor is on it including dealer it was sent to

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