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Old 03-02-2012, 09:45:42 AM
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Well its bin a while thought id give a update .Grant and i put the exhaust together last fall and fan shroud ,then winter hit .Kr has made a new feul tank and will be getting that in the spring.NOW for the ?
Is there any one out there that might have plans or drawings of the woods for the cab& canopy,mainly the bows for the roof and suchI have the demensions but i wanna make it right..
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Might send a PM to Mark Schuler in northern In, they have a very nice one and might be able to get measurements, Mark is a lurker on this site and ocasionally posts. We are putting a Case 22-40 together and are in need of fuel tanks, anyone have any spares? Wonderful work on the 20-40, beautiful! F.J.W.
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Looks like I hace a little catch up reading to do again. Kind of lost track of this one for a while.

Thanks for the recent updates to bring it back to the surface again.
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Oh boy what have done.Let the fun begin on the cab.
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Work has begun ,now so ill keep you up to date
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And some more,first coat on the heater for the intake.
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well at least it looks better than when I saw it yesterday, its the right side up. allso you look like you cant remember where you left the rest of the 20-40. allso thanks for the good visit yesterday, we havnt had the chance to catch up like that for a while. good luck on rebuilding the cab if you need help I'm only an hour away most of the time
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Threshing with the Case!
Some people might think ol' 60case was hamming it up for the camera in the picture of him in the cab a few posts back. Truth is, that puzzled look is his natural appearance!
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wish i had those exts
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Bringing this back to life again.The cab has me stalled .I am in desperate nedd of a power bead roller for 16 gauge steel ,so i can start puttin this together.I have exhausted most of my contacts ,any tin bashers dont have the tools or dont know what im talking about.1/4 in bead roll .Does any body know of a place close to my location that does this kind of work?I have a supplier that makes the roller but can not supply the dies
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Hey Darwin have you called Dennis at Balcarres Welding? His dad used to roll alot of fenders so might be worth a call.
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Especially for 60!

Calgary Police Sensitivity:
I get irritated when people come down on our police officers, saying that they don't care about, or respect others.

Well, here is a story that clearly shows not all cops are in that category. This story involves the police in Calgary, who reported finding a man's body last Saturday in the early evening in the Bow River near the Center Street bridge.

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Hey Darwin just call KR or me , no problem to get the cab metal with the wire edge, here is a few pictures of one we finished restoring in the fall . The cab on this one is all new. We also got air switcher valves made.
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60 Case, not trying to hijack your thread but I purchased Jumbo (the 20-40 Case in post #53 of this thread) from Davey about a year ago and am wondering if you or anyone reading this thread knows of any rear lugs available for this tractor? I would love to find a right and left lug that I could buy or borrow to use as a pattern to have some cast. Or is there anyone out there that may have a full set for sale?
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Wayne 45,60 case steam engines have the same lugs lots of wheels around here
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I was wondering if any one has,or know where a fellow might get a X14, mine broke.Its the cast butterfly inside the intake manifold and yes I know can make one ,ive done that before trying to save a step.If you don't make correctly it will run away trust me (this is what the governor connects to.)
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Been a while thought id give a update ,have cab put in place ,just yesterday.Hope to start on the canopy.soon I hope
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Well it was a busy for the 20-40 Halcon took this great pic in aug .
Id thought I would close up by saying to all that helped with this project and you know who you are .Thank you to all
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