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Case stuff at the local tractor show

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Adirondack case guy

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I went down to the local tractor show today. It used to be a big event, but it is shrinking every year. We have hade rain everyday since last Sunday night here, so it was muddy and cold today, temp. 57F and overcast. The pullung track for the farm tractors was a swamp, and not usable. The garden tractor track up on the hill was good, and they pulled all afternoon. My son had a wedding today to attend, and the wifey didn't want to wander around in the cold and mud, so I went town for about 3 hrs. Didn't hardly see anyone I even knew there. Took some pics of the Case stuff there, which wasn't much. I guess the highlite for me, was the big Case 3 wire baler. Was the first one that I have ever been able to kick a tire on. There was also a very early NCM tucked in a barn on the show site, plus the 20/40 cross motor. The tractors were a VAI,SI,late model SC/EH, and a LAI with a 353 Detroit. There was a couple other VAs there that were owned by the guy that owned the open station 770 that I have. The last pic is of a Cub Cadet diesel garden tractor. He brought the boat down the track at 17.5 mph, and never really got it hooked to the track before spinning out.
Loren

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KevinBfromIllinois

06-15-2014 12:31:32




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 Re: Case stuff at the local tractor show in reply to Adirondack case guy, 06-14-2014 17:08:39  
Those IH cubs were just the best lawn tractors there were and are now.



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Ronald in NWMO

06-15-2014 12:28:05




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 Re: Case stuff at the local tractor show in reply to Adirondack case guy, 06-14-2014 17:08:39  
Thanks for the pictures. To bad the weather was cold and wet. It looks like there were still some people that came out. Nice balers!!!



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acrcpa

06-15-2014 07:56:35




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 Re: Case stuff at the local tractor show in reply to Adirondack case guy, 06-14-2014 17:08:39  
Nice pic's. Looks like someone likes Blue tractors with orange wheels.



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NickatKY

06-15-2014 07:06:17




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 Re: Case stuff at the local tractor show in reply to Adirondack case guy, 06-14-2014 17:08:39  
Looks like you have at least one serious Case collector in your area! Thanks for the pics Loren. Nick



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Dalex

06-14-2014 17:54:49




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 Re: Case stuff at the local tractor show in reply to Adirondack case guy, 06-14-2014 17:08:39  
Years ago , on a service call to start a welder, I had to listen to a Euclid rock truck like the green one at your show. See how the exhaust goes right up in front of the windshield ? That 6-71 just screamed as it passed me every 15 minutes ....
Otherwise , good looking show !



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Chuck Machinist

06-14-2014 17:21:38




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 Re: Case stuff at the local tractor show in reply to Adirondack case guy, 06-14-2014 17:08:39  
Any idea what the bales would have weighed ,or could you adjust their length on the Case 3 baler? I bet you had a blast today. Did they serve up any Barley Pop? HEE!



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