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Case D vs. DO

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05-05-2006 11:16:27

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Were all DO's stamped as so by the serial number? Or were DO's an option packge for the D?

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05-05-2006 11:56:05

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 Re: Case D vs. DO in reply to jahaze, 05-05-2006 11:16:27  
Thanks Tom, Thats kind of what I thought. I know as far as orchard tractors go the DO isn't that rare, but it's a gap I have in the Case lineup and figured it was time to pick one up. Maybe if I get another hood, I can call it both a D and a DO and convince my wife I got a 2 for 1 deal :-)

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05-05-2006 11:48:18

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 Re: Case D vs. DO in reply to jahaze, 05-05-2006 11:16:27  
some were and some wernt, DO is just a D with orchard metal and some D's were changed to DO on the line so were only serial numbered D tom

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05-05-2006 20:01:09

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 Re: Case D vs. DO in reply to dctom, 05-05-2006 11:48:18  
Tom; I was under the impression that the DO's had a slower low gear. Is that true? DK

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05-06-2006 06:01:37

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 Re: Case D vs. DO in reply to DKase, 05-05-2006 20:01:09  
Dkase; some of them had a slow spraying gear but not all tom

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05-06-2006 17:44:11

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 Re: Case D vs. DO in reply to Mathias NY, 05-05-2006 20:55:42  
I brought the DO home today (ebay special). It does have DO stamped into the serial number tag and full fenders with the low profile hood. It has the brackes for the cowl, so I might have to fabricate something if I ever decide to restore it. It"s a 1949 and I was able to get it running within about two hours of bringing it home. I can"t wait to hook it to a disc and see what it will do.


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05-06-2006 20:22:27

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 Re: Case D vs. DO in reply to jahaze, 05-06-2006 17:44:11  
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It will pull your disc like a champ.

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