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Case C series ??

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XT180

07-31-2020 16:08:15




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I recall running a DC and a RC for several different area farmers back in the early '80's. Were there other "C" series of that Case era ?? Thanks




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casecollectorsc

07-31-2020 20:11:00




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 Re: Case C series ?? in reply to XT180, 07-31-2020 16:08:15  
Got a CC and model C back operating a couple years ago....



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Jal-sd

07-31-2020 18:24:34




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 Re: Case C series ?? in reply to XT180, 07-31-2020 16:08:15  
The C, D, R, S, V, & VA series were Case's standard tread models. The CC, DC, RC, SC, VC & VAC were the same tractors, only in row crop models. There were also industrial & orchard models as in DI & DO for the D series. The R series & V series did not have Case designed motors. The R series used a Wakasha and the V series used a Continenal. The VA series was later, looked similar to the V series, but had virtually no common parts. VA's had a Case designed motor. The C series was replaced by the D series & shared many common parts. The S series replaced the R series and was a completely different tractor than the R.

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J Hamilton

07-31-2020 17:34:51




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 Re: Case C series ?? in reply to XT180, 07-31-2020 16:08:15  
There was a C, CC, SC, VA, VAC



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J Hamilton

07-31-2020 17:37:04




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 Re: Case C series ?? in reply to J Hamilton, 07-31-2020 17:34:51  
Sorry, the VA wasn't supposed to be there



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XT180

08-01-2020 16:15:03




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 Re: Case C series ?? in reply to J Hamilton, 07-31-2020 17:37:04  
Thanks for the replies gentlemen !! I do recall another neighbor with a VAC :) Can I make the assumption that the "lower" in the alphabet, the higher the HP ??



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