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Did CASE make Truck Farm Equipment?

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K-Mo

09-15-2020 05:02:16




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In the past, most major manufacturers built equipment for growing vegetables. Most were offset like the Farmall Cubs and As. Allis had the "G". CASEIH and JD still had offsets in the 90s. I don't recall any CASE equipment.




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RJKeith

09-15-2020 06:13:13




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 Re: Did CASE make Truck Farm Equipment? in reply to K-Mo, 09-15-2020 05:02:16  
Case also built the VAS, which was an offset, high clearance version of the VAC. It was designed to compete with the Farmall A. Got one with a parts tractor to restore, plus cultivators. But I have too many projects in front of it.



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RGMartin

09-15-2020 06:03:55




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 Re: Did CASE make Truck Farm Equipment? in reply to K-Mo, 09-15-2020 05:02:16  
CASE/DB built the 1394 4x4 "Mudder" in the 80s for specialty vegetable farming. Also high clearance DBs from the 1960s through the end in 88.



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rfdmn

09-15-2020 05:18:32




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 Re: Did CASE make Truck Farm Equipment? in reply to K-Mo, 09-15-2020 05:02:16  
Tractor data shows a vas (high clearance offset controls) if that is what you consider truck farm equipment.



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