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Friday Post Work on the Farm

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Case Nutty 1660

03-15-2019 05:17:47




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My weekly post here

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carpetfarmer

03-18-2019 04:32:03




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 Re: Friday Post Work on the Farm in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 03-15-2019 05:17:47  
I LOVE that little dirt pan! Wish I had one for my 1190! Passed on a Durabilt DP60 on CL about 2 yrs ago at $1200...I'm still kicking myself - even if it was high



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Ande

03-15-2019 10:51:56




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 Re: Friday Post Work on the Farm in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 03-15-2019 05:17:47  
Sure looks like "Case Country" to me. Enjoyed your post Tom, and will look at it a few more times . You actually have 3 "TK"s right? As I saw one in some of your pictures with a dozer on right? Does that one run?

I like the PT Ingersoll, must be nice to use, like to have one, but not sure why, as I do have a 3pt one, guess I should get it out and try it.

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Don Rudolph

03-16-2019 07:18:17




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 Re: Friday Post Work on the Farm in reply to Ande, 03-15-2019 10:51:56  
Good Morning Tom,

Is that a stone crusher behind the 195? Is it a Case? Don



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Case Nutty 1660

03-16-2019 07:36:43




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 Re: Friday Post Work on the Farm in reply to Don Rudolph, 03-16-2019 07:18:17  
Don, a stationary case baler,, I sold it a couple years back wish i could find a crucher, I did buy another dealer award and will post a pic for you when I get it
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Case Nutty 1660

03-15-2019 12:37:53




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 Re: Friday Post Work on the Farm in reply to Ande, 03-15-2019 10:51:56  
Dan, yes I have three 1470's,, the one with the dozer and duals has a head gasket out, the dealer I bought it from pulled that head and replaced the orings on the sleeve that was leaking but failed to do a re-torque when she warmed up and may have missed something else as I ran it 3 hrs and she started puking the coolant out the overflow all at once, I have not taken time yet to tear it down but I need to do it, its a nice machine with less than 500 on a overhaul, the pull-type mower I have is a rough cut, like a Bush Hog mower, it is a mowing machine, I am keeping a eye on for one like yours is a finishing mower,, I think they would be handy and be a fast clean cutting machine,, I am amazed how fast I can walk through 2-3 foot tall material cnt

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Ande

03-15-2019 17:55:07




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 Re: Friday Post Work on the Farm in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 03-15-2019 12:37:53  
I do remember that "TK" now, as I remember you mention this about not retorquing them. Man that is going to be a animal with that dozer.

You might have touched on this before, but did you sell some "130"s , "155"s, "195"s? We sold I think only one "130", and I think one "155", but after the "200"s and "400"s came out sales did go up, and as I was worked into the dealership, I ordered several and we did quite well with them. Everyone loved the "400"s,so there is still quite a few around

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Case Nutty 1660

03-15-2019 18:30:31




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 Re: Friday Post Work on the Farm in reply to Ande, 03-15-2019 17:55:07  
Dan, we sold one 1968 155 with hyd lift to my Dads Dad, we then sold 3 or 4 444's,1 442, and 4 222's all with hyd lift in 69, from then on we always placed a order about the same and slowly increased the #'s, the 442 was the only 12p 400 series we ever sold,, Thats a Mighty Fine team you have on stand bye



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Dugger

03-15-2019 08:40:04




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 Re: Friday Post Work on the Farm in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 03-15-2019 05:17:47  
I always enjoy your photos

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wd9garymn

03-15-2019 06:36:14




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 Re: Friday Post Work on the Farm in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 03-15-2019 05:17:47  
Great pictures to remind us of what is to come--later than sooner here in central Minn. What model and HP is that tiller tractor? Must have a good hyd. pump to run that tiller that deep! Hope you are ok after the snow storm, Gary.



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Case Nutty 1660

03-15-2019 07:16:28




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 Re: Friday Post Work on the Farm in reply to wd9garymn, 03-15-2019 06:36:14  
That one is 14hp plenty of hyd power to run it and the same pump powers the hyd lift and tractor drive , storm dumped 8-10" on us and up to 5 foot drifts but those south and east of us got slammed with 2 feet or more, still some roads shutdown this morning



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