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casecollectorsc

10-12-2014 16:51:59




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Nother forum someone is always asking if it will pull it. Had the 930 hooked to the chisel plow doing some work on it and wondered if it would pull it at the same depth as the 2470.In 3rd barely. Guess its big brother can keep the job. Also some pics of Case products...

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Paul A Young

10-13-2014 17:54:30




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 Re: will it pull it??? in reply to casecollectorsc, 10-12-2014 16:51:59  
2470 sure brings back lots of memories of the one I ran a LOT as a kid. Not bad old tractors but I sure remember getting strong arms after days and days of running it.



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gaylon davis

10-13-2014 10:53:38




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 Re: will it pull it??? in reply to casecollectorsc, 10-12-2014 16:51:59  
great pictures we have a 1030 ck.



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ande

10-13-2014 06:02:29




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 Re: will it pull it??? in reply to casecollectorsc, 10-12-2014 16:51:59  
Yea, I bet it snorted some, but I pull a 14' with my "1031" (no duals) and she really doesnt make her snort



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Case Nutty 1660

10-13-2014 04:57:48




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 Re: will it pull it??? in reply to casecollectorsc, 10-12-2014 16:51:59  
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Steve, looks like things are coming along for you this year as well, the 930 would pull it here as deep as you would dare to go as my hidden rocks will snap shanks if you go too deep the first time or two, great pics I think I have seen that place before! Like to come back some day and hope it will be a bit warmer that day! thanks for the pics a shot from my place on Friday
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1370rod

10-12-2014 21:42:16




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 Re: will it pull it??? in reply to casecollectorsc, 10-12-2014 16:51:59  
Those darn chisel plows can bring a mighty big horse to its knees if set deep enough. I am surprised the 930 could find enough traction. Nice pics, Rod.



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Ronald in NWMO

10-12-2014 19:31:06




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 Re: will it pull it??? in reply to casecollectorsc, 10-12-2014 16:51:59  
In the first two pictures the desert sunset is real close to the color of the corn in the background. It makes for some very good pictures. The last picture has a lot of good working yard ornaments that any Case guy would love to have. Nice pictures and thanks for posting.



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super77d

10-12-2014 17:57:25




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 Re: will it pull it??? in reply to casecollectorsc, 10-12-2014 16:51:59  
Dad always used to say " sure it will pull it,as long as you leave it out of the ground".



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