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SC snow plow to the rescue!

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Barry75

12-17-2013 11:45:04




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We got a bunch of snow on Saturday and some more on the way today. Figured better plow out the drive and what better way than with the old SC? It's a 52, bought it in 2002 from original owner in Nevada desert. He had bought it at a JI Case dealership in Minden, NV, and I have most of the original paperwork for it. When I found it, it had been sitting out in a cow pasture for 15 years or so, wheels sunk into the sand. Cows had munched off the spark plug wires. Installed new plugs and wires, rigged a gas tank on side since factory tanked was gummed up, and she fired right off the ran beautifully. This summer carried her 2100 miles back to my farm in Indiana where she sees decidedly more moisture than the desert! Between a hand clutch and dual hydraulics .. keeps a driver busy!!

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Glenn F.

12-17-2013 20:12:27




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 Re: SC snow plow to the rescue! in reply to Barry75, 12-17-2013 11:45:04  
Very nice. No tire chains?

Glenn F.



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Barry75

12-17-2013 20:55:27




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 Re: SC snow plow to the rescue! in reply to Glenn F., 12-17-2013 20:12:27  
Needs chains, yes. But I rarely use it for snow removal, couple times a year maybe. The 7.5 ft blade set on angle will kick the rear around pretty good when it gets a deep bite in snow.



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Jerry W

12-17-2013 18:44:26




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 Re: SC snow plow to the rescue! in reply to Barry75, 12-17-2013 11:45:04  
Wow those pictures were a flashback to my childhood. We had an identical loader to that on the 1942 SC that my dad bought new. Even was a wide front end. I believe the loader is a Farmhand. The only thing is we never had a blade on the back.

Jerry



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Barry75

12-17-2013 21:12:04




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 Re: SC snow plow to the rescue! in reply to Jerry W, 12-17-2013 18:44:26  
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Hi Jerry, mine is a Johnson Workhorse. I took a picture tonight of the tag on it, still in great condition.

Could they have put the crossbrace in a worse place though? I get tired of staring at it!



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Dutchman

12-17-2013 16:59:07




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 Re: SC snow plow to the rescue! in reply to Barry75, 12-17-2013 11:45:04  
THANKS for sharing ... Wondering if you consider sending us a picture or two to be consider for the Calendar ....

................ mark



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Barry75

12-17-2013 17:43:11




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 Re: SC snow plow to the rescue! in reply to Dutchman, 12-17-2013 16:59:07  
Certainly, if you're interested just let me know if you want one of these or for me to send another one to you. I can dig and see what other ones I have of the SC. Might not get a crack at anything other than a white background for a while ;-)



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Adirondack case guy

12-17-2013 13:51:52




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 Re: SC snow plow to the rescue! in reply to Barry75, 12-17-2013 11:45:04  
I bet you are building arm muscles steering it also. It's got to be a beast with that loader and front wheel weights to boot.
Loren



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Barry75

12-17-2013 17:46:31




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 Re: SC snow plow to the rescue! in reply to Adirondack case guy, 12-17-2013 13:51:52  
Yes sir, you are correct! Who needs a gym. I get one heck of an arm and shoulder workout! Though .. we don't turn much with this rig unless we're rolling!



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Barry75

12-17-2013 11:49:25




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 Re: SC snow plow to the rescue! in reply to Barry75, 12-17-2013 11:45:04  
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Oops, had one more picture to upload. I took the draw bar off and exclusive use the Eagle hitch on this one. Rear light has the switch between amber and clear bulbs, both still work.



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Chuck Machinist

12-17-2013 14:30:53




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 Re: SC snow plow to the rescue! in reply to Barry75, 12-17-2013 11:49:25  
SEE PASTOR JOHN! LOOK WHAT YOU COULD OFFER UP TO YOUR PARISHNERS IF YOU HAD THAT RIG ON YOUR SC!



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