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Roger (Mi)

06-15-2006 05:22:49




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I've just purchased a Case 4 cylinder in-line "air cooled" engine from a fellow in Minnesota. I never knew Case built one. It's about the size of a Case VA engine. He says it was used in Case combines. He also said someone he knew installed one in a Case VA. If anyone knows anything about this engine, I would appreciate the information. Thanks.




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Camboted

06-16-2006 06:38:56




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 Re: Case air cooled engine in reply to Roger (Mi), 06-15-2006 05:22:49  
Roger, I worked for an implement dealer while I was in college during the 60's and we got some in on trade; they were on A6 combines. The big problem with them was that the center two cylinders would get too hot, especially when operated during warm summer weather. The guys who owned them had to be very careful to keep the cooling fins oil free and cleared of chaff.



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Bob

06-15-2006 06:22:28




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 Re: Case air cooled engine in reply to Roger (Mi), 06-15-2006 05:22:49  
I remember seeing a couple of them on combines, and perhaps balers, but I have never worked with one.

Here's a link to an old "thread"...



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dctom

06-15-2006 06:17:09




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 Re: Case air cooled engine in reply to Roger (Mi), 06-15-2006 05:22:49  
It is a 125 VAC engine with air cooled heads and a blower to cool it, will bolt right into a vac



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Roger (Mi)

06-16-2006 05:46:53




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 Re: Thanks for the information in reply to dctom, 06-15-2006 06:17:09  
Plan on putting it on an irrigation pump, but wanted to know more about it. Thanks again.



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