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Case 1070 Pro's and Con's

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07-30-2005 15:35:28

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I am lokiing at a case 1070 can anyone tell me any on going problems with this model also what is its horsepower rating and value. it comes with duals and the rubber is about 70% Hour meter reads 4444 hrs, it seems to run good but need some minor TLC. Also is there a sight that has a free blue boook value for farm equipment? Thanks for th Help a

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S.jewell(630 crazy)

08-01-2005 19:05:35

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 Re: Case 1070 Pro's and Con's in reply to Arnold, 07-30-2005 15:35:28  
Good old tractor...I think around 110 HP. Expect to make gear burger on the 8 speed. Don't know much about the power shift... Yellow or White????

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07-31-2005 09:33:47

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 Re: Case 1070 Pro's and Con's in reply to Arnold, 07-30-2005 15:35:28  
Other than the cab door being somewhat small for a 6'2" fella those are great tractors. We have three currently and have had roughly 10 over the years. Only two or three with powershift problems or rearend problems, of course they all have 4000 hrs plus and some of them had near 8000 when they became parts tractors.

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John Saeli

07-31-2005 08:00:41

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 Re: Case 1070 Pro's and Con's in reply to Arnold, 07-30-2005 15:35:28  
Hey Arnold: The 1070 is a Good, Solid Tractor. Come to think of it, I say that about all CASE Tractors. If I saw an Ether can, I'd be wary. Fill the Radiator chuck full & look for bubbles. Power Shift or 8 Speed? Check out the Power Shift.

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07-31-2005 11:57:16

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 Re: Case 1070 Pro's and Con's in reply to John Saeli, 07-31-2005 08:00:41  
ac bracket for belt idler.....check it..... .pto on back check for looseness in splines and leaks....big trouble if leaking..... powershift, blowby, ask about powersteering end cap blocks..... if replaced any..... .pressure spike when turning as short as possible....breaks caps..... if you can..... and really interested..... pull pan check main bearing in middle of engine that is like 1 inch wide..... it gets eat up too much thrust. mine had eat up main bearing at 2000 hours. did a couplete rebuild now has 2800 on it.

these are hard to work on with taking alot of time to get sheet metal off.....I bought a 7000 ac 2 years ago and have had a 1070 20 years.... ac is lighter but easy to work on.

my two cents!

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08-01-2005 20:02:34

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 Re: Case 1070 Pro's and Con's in reply to farmerscotty, 07-31-2005 11:57:16  
Oh yes, I forgot about those darned A/C idler setups. I have relocated all but one or ours to a fabricated bracket on the right side of the engine and beef things up a bit.

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