Topic: Re: need some Case expertise
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Lot of tractors round here of every color had the trannies abused by guys that just had to turn up the injector pump and pull one more bottom or an extra 4 foot of disk. That isn't a design flaw of the tractor, that's a design flaw in the owner.
This is all hearsay. I have been told by a die hard Case fan and owner of a couple of 970's that the power shift could be damaged when using the tractor as stationary PTO power, now this was about 10 years ago but I remember something about not leaving the PS in R. Something about not oiling right. He also told me that the sleeve seals would go bad at about 5K hours but there was a fix for that and once the mod done he claimed they were a 10K engine.
They are a nice tractor to operate.
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