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May 2017 Tractor of the Month

  1. pogobill

    pogobill Registered User Staff Member

    Jan 31, 2012
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    May 2017 Tractor of the Month

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  2. mattchrz

    mattchrz New Member

    Apr 7, 2017
    wow!! looks brand new! awesome tractor!

  3. ar_confederate

    ar_confederate Member

    Jul 20, 2015
  4. DBJR73

    DBJR73 Registered User

    Jan 23, 2013
    I put a lot of hours on one of those in the late 40s,early 50s. the worst thing was driving that for a few weeks and getting used to the hand clutch, ours was on the left, then hopping on one of the JDs with the hand clutch on the right. the front end was light also.
  5. doneworkn

    doneworkn Retired User

    Mar 17, 2017
    Nice old Case, good job.
  6. saele

    saele Registered User

    Dec 18, 2016
    North Dakota
    Thanks for the nice comments Guys, I haven't been on this forum for months so didn't see my SC Case had been picked for Tractor of the Month in May 2017, I thank you for that. I did get the oil pressure fixed, there were two problems, the first one was a cheap oil pressure gauge that I had picked up on ebay along with a temperature gauge, neither one was any good. The second thing I found was a plunger in the pressure release valve that had a small dimple on its side that I think was preventing it from closing as it should. I replace it with the plunger out of my second pump. It was in good shape, the only part of that pump that was of any value. I also replaced the temperature gauge at the same time so that now is working.
    This past summer I completed the restoration of a 1944 Allis Chalmers Model C. The engine was froze when I started on that project and now that it is running we find that it jumps out of third gear. My daughter picked up a nice set of gears for it from Matt Scott, Jordan, MN so that will get fixed this spring.
    Have also started working on a 1946 Cletrac crawler model BGSH. As time permits I will post more on these two project. Remember I am retired so I don't work very fast anymore. I will also pay a bit more attention to this Forum in the future.
    Stay warm everyone, we have a snow storm at the moment, started last night.
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