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Case Tractors Discussion Forum

A few from the last two months

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Case Nutty 1660

11-08-2019 05:56:25

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I see it has been almost two full months since i posted any pics here other than answer a question or two,,

I was spreading some poo on a small field I was getting ready to plant some winter forage wheat in

here the 1200 and "G" Series disc was working the poo in

Here a PO repair that failed,, these end mounts take a lot of abuse,, no big deal for me to fix though, I will do it this winter as time was short then with weather coming in

So I switched units, here the 1070 nd SA disc is finishing up working the last four strips, although I would only have enough seed for two of them.

Weather had came in so i was in the big shed rearranging some,, it would be changed a lot after this though later

Here I was trimming grass i was not able to get to to hay with the water we had much of the summer,, the VA was Happy to help out

I went up to a neighbors and got some extra willow creek winter wheat seed, first time I had laid eyes on my 1000 stored in his shed in 8 to 10 years, the 970 and ED drills did a fantastic job of drilling int he seed

as I had weather moving in after drilling and moving the 970 and ED drills back to home I cleaned them out and went back for the 1200,, she lugged a little pulling such a load but we made it home ok

a few days later when the snow melted off and we warmed back up a bit I went up and fired the 1000 up after her long slumber,, aired up the tires and she was ready to go outside again to come home

Here she is home,, unloaded and inside the shed at home again,, the varmints did not do her any justice but she will be cutting grain again in 2020 if things go well

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Don Rudolph

11-09-2019 07:09:03

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 Re: A few from the last two months in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-08-2019 05:56:25  
Great pics, as always Tom. Sure is nice to see Case equipment still being used. Don

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11-08-2019 17:08:22

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 Re: A few from the last two months in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-08-2019 05:56:25  
Tom , If you need some room I would glad to take the 646 off your hands Also that's a pretty big job for the 4 wheeler to push that little old tractor ..lol

THANKS for sharing the pictures .. really enjoy them


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11-08-2019 07:28:26

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 Re: A few from the last two months in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-08-2019 05:56:25  
I liked all the pictures as usual CaseNutty. I played around with the 1200 picture though because it was a great shot.

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Case Nutty 1660

11-09-2019 05:53:27

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 Re: A few from the last two months in reply to connor9988, 11-08-2019 07:28:26  
Thanks Conner that really adds to it Nice Work

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11-08-2019 06:10:36

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 Re: A few from the last two months in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-08-2019 05:56:25  
Nutty thanks for posting the pics. Some day I hope to make it out your way to see all of your stuff. Gerald

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