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rustred

02-13-2020 08:28:08




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not that many of these standard diesel 400 tractors around. I like the looks of them , are they a good unit? they would be competition to the massey 44 special and ihc 450 in 1956 57 era.




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Don Rudolph

02-13-2020 11:10:34




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 Re: case 400 standard in reply to rustred, 02-13-2020 08:28:08  
The Case 400 standard would compare very favorably with the 44 standard or w400. It would have slightly more horsepower and a direct, easy start diesel engine with 8 speed transmission. All around good tractor.



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greenenvy

02-13-2020 08:51:56




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 Re: case 400 standard in reply to rustred, 02-13-2020 08:28:08  
If comparing the diesel versions of each tractor the Case is the winner in my opinion. Iíve only seen one MH 44 standard and no 450s or 400 standards. Typically wheatland farmers needed all the power they could get.



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Thehickdaddy

02-14-2020 20:20:39




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 Re: case 400 standard in reply to greenenvy, 02-13-2020 08:51:56  
This one has spark plugs, but it as a workhorse for sure. Original work clothes and original farm still. 8 speed and live pto keep it very useful some 60 years later.



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rustred

02-15-2020 07:59:34




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 Re: case 400 standard in reply to Thehickdaddy, 02-14-2020 20:20:39  
nice unit, I notice it has the clam shell fenders also. wonder if its the first 1955 model. I just got one and it has the full wheel cover fenders.



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Thehickdaddy

02-15-2020 22:00:46




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 Re: case 400 standard in reply to rustred, 02-15-2020 07:59:34  
Full fenders?
Can you post photo?



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rustred

02-16-2020 22:45:06




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 Re: case 400 standard in reply to Thehickdaddy, 02-15-2020 22:00:46  
be same as the fenders on the model D.



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Don Rudolph

02-15-2020 06:50:55




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 Re: case 400 standard in reply to Thehickdaddy, 02-14-2020 20:20:39  
Almost every 400 Standard I have seen still has the belt pulley as well. I wonder what that means. Don



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Thehickdaddy

02-15-2020 22:06:57




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 Re: case 400 standard in reply to Don Rudolph, 02-15-2020 06:50:55  
Ummm my smart aleck reply is that the 400 pulley does not block access to brakes and doesn't mud up so no reason to remove it. I assume with stock tires, the belt pulley does not build up inside and out on D and LA?
This 400 wore the paint off its pulley filling silos.



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Don Rudolph

02-16-2020 13:01:48




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 Re: case 400 standard in reply to Thehickdaddy, 02-15-2020 22:06:57  
What I meant to say was that almost all the 400 standards I have seen have a belt pulley and almost none of the 400 row crops I have seen have one. Makes me wonder if standards came with one and row crops had it as an option? I vividly remember, when the soil conditions were just right, you would get a faceful of dirt sprayed up from the pulley on our late model D. Long time ago. Don



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