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ISO 1953 Case DC Hand Crank

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Wdclean

01-03-2018 09:54:35




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Does anybody know the dimensions for a 1953 Case DC hand crank? I found one for sale that shows 9/16 diameter at the crank end but does not specify case. Perhaps someone has one they can measure?

Thanks,

Chris




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BarryfromIA

01-07-2018 18:48:17




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 Re: ISO 1953 Case DC Hand Crank in reply to Wdclean, 01-03-2018 09:54:35  
the full picture of the crank is a crank for a V series tractor. Get a flashlight and look through holes where the crank goes and you will get a better ides of what you need.



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Wdclean

01-07-2018 14:56:49




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 Re: ISO 1953 Case DC Hand Crank in reply to Wdclean, 01-03-2018 09:54:35  
and does anybody know if the crank off a Case SC will work? Found one on ebay

https://www.ebay.com/itm/case-sc-Tractor-Engine-Hand-Crank-antique-tractor/282774680020?hash=item41d6af31d4:g:G74AAOSwgbhaNLY0



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Wdclean

01-07-2018 14:44:16




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 Re: ISO 1953 Case DC Hand Crank in reply to Wdclean, 01-03-2018 09:54:35  
Here's a shot of the full crank



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Wdclean

01-07-2018 14:39:08




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 Re: ISO 1953 Case DC Hand Crank in reply to Wdclean, 01-03-2018 09:54:35  



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Wdclean

01-07-2018 14:37:39




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 Re: ISO 1953 Case DC Hand Crank in reply to Wdclean, 01-03-2018 09:54:35  


Thanks everyone for the help and thanks Chuck for the detailed drawing! Now I know what to look for.

I did get what looked like a hand crank with the tractor but it doesn't fit. Oddly enough, it's painted case orange to match the tractor. Not sure what it is though. Would it possibly be used elsewhere for this make/model?

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chuck machinist

01-05-2018 16:24:57




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 Re: ISO 1953 Case DC Hand Crank in reply to Wdclean, 01-03-2018 09:54:35  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see



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chuck machinist

01-05-2018 14:59:44




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 Re: ISO 1953 Case DC Hand Crank in reply to Wdclean, 01-03-2018 09:54:35  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see ACG I think drew this .CM



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Mathias NY

01-05-2018 13:24:41




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 Re: ISO 1953 Case DC Hand Crank in reply to Wdclean, 01-03-2018 09:54:35  
The hand crank for my DC measures 1" in diameter.



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Dustyah

01-03-2018 17:25:52




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 Re: ISO 1953 Case DC Hand Crank in reply to Wdclean, 01-03-2018 09:54:35  
got one at farm setting next to the 1953 DC 3 , I'll get some dimensions and pic this weekend, Dustya



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D Case Guy

01-03-2018 13:33:38




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 Re: ISO 1953 Case DC Hand Crank in reply to Wdclean, 01-03-2018 09:54:35  
Perhaps 9/16 across the flat part of the tip. Rod itself is more in vicinity of 1 inch, or a little under until you get out past the bend.



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rfdmn

01-03-2018 11:23:36




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 Re: ISO 1953 Case DC Hand Crank in reply to Wdclean, 01-03-2018 09:54:35  
Don't know for sure but a vac is about 9/16. As I remember from my youth a dc is closer to an inch.



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Chuck Machinist

01-06-2018 18:38:11




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 Re: ISO 1953 Case DC Hand Crank in reply to rfdmn, 01-03-2018 11:23:36  
there you go.CM



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