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Case Nutty 1660

01-11-2021 07:05:23




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We got the most snow for the winter so far a couple days ago,, I have not moved a flake of snow with anything bigger than my CASE Compacts so far,, guessing 3 plus inches fell,, it was nice and wet at least cnt

I have a sidewalk I keep clean for my 90 year old uncle to use to feed the birds he likes to watch I have to use this 222 to clean as the 444 has a 54" blade and I can't fit between the planters where the walk runs so I have the 38" blower on the 222

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L.Fure

01-15-2021 07:45:32




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 Re: Compact snow removal in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-11-2021 07:05:23  
I took an interest in Case/Ingersoll tractors after you posted pictures of yours a few years ago. I now own one 1978 444, a 85 224, and two 3014's. The attachments I accumulated are, two 54" front blades, tiller, Brinley one bottom plow,rear blade, and a Ingersoll yard trailer. I have a set of wheel weights on the 444, 224, and one of the 3014's. I used one of the 3014's with a front blade to clean up last nights snow. That one I call the Cadillac because the previous owner had put a Cadillac emblem on the front of the hood. I did have a nice 646, but didn't keep it very long. I sold it for cash and a nice tilt trailer I can haul my GT's on.

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TractorTucker

01-11-2021 08:21:28




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 Re: Compact snow removal in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-11-2021 07:05:23  
I want one! Unfortunately, I never see Case compacts on my local Craigslist and the ones I do see cost more than a full sized tractor.



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Case Nutty 1660

01-12-2021 03:47:12




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 Re: Compact snow removal in reply to TractorTucker, 01-11-2021 08:21:28  
These will do as much as some full sized tractors lol I gave more than twice that fro my 444,, it did come with a mower deck, tiller and snow blower,, and had pretty low hours,, the 222 has less than 25 hrs on when I got it,, they are not a cheap unit for sure,, these are full hyd drive not hydrostatic ,, I have a number of them,, we sold a good amount of these new every year
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I had waited since 1971 to get one of these I finally got last year

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J Hamilton

01-12-2021 06:03:03




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 Re: Compact snow removal in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-12-2021 03:47:12  
That's the one I want! But from the prices I've seen I can buy a pretty decent 580 for the same price lol



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J Hamilton

01-11-2021 09:05:06




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 Re: Compact snow removal in reply to TractorTucker, 01-11-2021 08:21:28  
There's a 444 in Southern Illinois Craigslist, but they want $1400 for it! It looks good but that's a little steep in my opinion



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TractorTucker

01-11-2021 10:10:00




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 Re: Compact snow removal in reply to J Hamilton, 01-11-2021 09:05:06  
I would be happy if I could find one without an engine for a couple hundred. Of course, right now I have several other projects to finish before dragging home anything new.



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J Hamilton

01-11-2021 10:23:01




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 Re: Compact snow removal in reply to TractorTucker, 01-11-2021 10:10:00  
I bought a 110 for $75 and it ran, traded an Allis Chalmers 314 for Case 224 even trade.



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blackhole49

01-11-2021 07:41:55




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 Re: Compact snow removal in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-11-2021 07:05:23  
These are my snow removal toys. So far only used the blade twice in SE MI. Me, once to test and set the shoes before heading to FL. My son once to get the hang of. Both times wasn't really necessary.



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J Hamilton

01-11-2021 08:10:24




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 Re: Compact snow removal in reply to blackhole49, 01-11-2021 07:41:55  
I have a Deere similar to that, mine is a F935. I would love to get a blade for it. Or a blade for my 224 Case



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blackhole49

01-11-2021 11:25:24




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 Re: Compact snow removal in reply to J Hamilton, 01-11-2021 08:10:24  
I have a cab I was going to put on my 1145. I was made for a 935 and now I'm not sure I want it on the tractor.



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blackhole49

01-11-2021 11:22:18




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 Re: Compact snow removal in reply to J Hamilton, 01-11-2021 08:10:24  
The blade for it cost more than the tractor. I paid $1,300 for the tractor in Jan. 2020. The blade was a leftover 2018 (still in the crate) 72" for a BX series Kubota.



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