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ndbjda

02-10-2015 15:26:13




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I recently purchased a Case SI it's a 1942. I have not seen rear wheels like these before or one with long axels. The rear castings have Case part numbers, axels have keyways but are tapered on the ends for the castings and are non adjustable. It has dark green paint under all the orange, about a forest green.

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tomfg

02-11-2015 16:07:52




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 Re: SI Case in reply to ndbjda, 02-10-2015 15:26:13  
Wow...... just think, your SI Case might have flown!
Hope the Case eagle had a nice flight and a safe landing!



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ndbjda

02-11-2015 15:22:09




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 Re: SI Case in reply to ndbjda, 02-10-2015 15:26:13  
Thanks everyone for your input. Are the build sheets available for tractors in these years. Serial No. is 4606468SI rear casting No. is 5870A there is a Case eagle on the wheel casting, 26" rubber. Am wondering how rare this tractor would be. I have definite plans to redo it.



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Nedd

02-11-2015 06:14:46




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 Re: SI Case in reply to ndbjda, 02-10-2015 15:26:13  
Definitely military with the fenders like they are. I have one like it but my fenders where cut off. Mine is a 43 and has 24 inch split rims on back with one original "military" stamped into the tire. I do have the war dept manual if you need information on yours. It has all the serial numbers that were military issue. Your serial number should be on the side of the block unless it has been changed or the tag up front.

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Jeremy McNary

02-10-2015 19:53:45




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 Re: SI Case in reply to ndbjda, 02-10-2015 15:26:13  
I believe your SI is a military unit, possibly one of the airborne units.



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dick benson

02-10-2015 19:53:35




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 Re: SI Case in reply to ndbjda, 02-10-2015 15:26:13  
The SI is an Industrial tractor. The green paint is probably military. On the wheels, someone might have more knowledge but I suspect they are industrial specific.I have read on here that some units shipped to Europe received Europe built wheels when arriving in Europe? Dick OR.



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NickatKY

02-10-2015 19:53:25




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 Re: SI Case in reply to ndbjda, 02-10-2015 15:26:13  
Looks like an SI Military Air Borne tractor. The wheels are made like that for the parachute slings to go through. Nick



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