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Re: OK Case guys-------What model is it??

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07-03-2020 09:09:15

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You guys got that one pretty easily. It is a 1963 831C high tin. Dad actually got several of them like this one. They were a very popular tractor around here. Dad ordered all of them in with wide fronts, but when I got this one the front axle was in sad shape and I had this NF pedestal in my stash. I really like how well it manuvers compared to the rowcrop wide front axle.
I built the front bumper/grill guard and fabed a front fender under it to keep the mud from plastering the tractor after coming out of a muddy field. Getting onto the tractor from the back was near impossible after I fabed up the 2 post canopy modified the square pan seat so it has arm rests and a high back, and mounted the flat top fenders taken off a 930CK at the local salvage yard. So I built a pair of nice big steps on both sides and it is very easy to mount from either side now.
The flare side hyd dump trailer is also home built. A full load of wood weighs in at 3.5-4 Ton. When the JTA plows came out we widened the Eagle hitch arms and ground a little out of the latches to accept the CatII hitch. and these tractors nicely pulled the JTA 46 plows. The JTA's had far more trash clearance than the STA plows had. Dad always ordered the solid cast rear wheels rather than the spokers and always put a set of wrapper weights on the front.


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