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1948 Case DC4 hydraulics

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06-22-2020 05:23:34

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I just bought a 48 case dc4 and I have been slowly looking it over as I have time. The engine is free and no signs of any problems, other than the water pump is seized and I was told no spark. My plan is to restore it as a project over the next few years in my spare time.
Every other dc4 I have ever come across has had external hydraulics, but I do not see it on this one. Did they make dc4's without hydraulics? It does not have the eagle claw hitch, but does have pto. There is a foot pedal under the seat which I beleive operates the pto. Other than the throttle lever in front of the seat, I see no other levers.

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06-22-2020 06:17:00

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 Re: 1948 Case DC4 hydraulics in reply to BBQChef, 06-22-2020 05:23:34  
if you want a sweet tractor to work with You could get a hydraulic pump fro m a 49 or later DC or Sc for that matter and install it ..or find a rearend and bolt your engine to it ,,all should interchange. should not have to go far to find something ,..If You are insouthern IND i can fix you up .

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06-22-2020 06:06:12

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 Re: 1948 Case DC4 hydraulics in reply to BBQChef, 06-22-2020 05:23:34  
Hyd came to them in 1949,, yours has the Motor Lift system,, that is what the pedal is for,, the pto is operated by the lever down beside the gear shift leaver, hyd and pto ect was always a option when hyd became available that is cnt

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