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Got the 150 running! Checking the drive system, and it seems to work fine. Climbed a steep hill behind the house in low range, and now checking high range. After sitting in a field for 3 or 4 years, I can't believe how well it works.
 

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Case tractors are like Timex watches - they take a licking but keep on ticking.

I watched the video, hope thats not the way your going to mow the lawn - neighbors may have you arrested.

Also noticed that you have the optional hydraulic lift, that can't be to common on a 150/190. :thumbsup:
 

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Caseman2, No I won't be mowing in high range. I'd kill myself. I just tested low on a steep grade behind my house, and on the way back to the house, I decided to cut loose and check out high range. It does work well. Way too fast. My wife snuck out with the camera and this was the results. Oh that wasn't an option in 66, but I assume a previous owner added it on when it was available. You can see the side panel wasn't rusted as bad.
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tanandorange said:
Great to see the old girl running. Looks like a pretty solid, mostly original machine. :thumbup:
I'm no expert, but yes, everything except the outer air cleaner housing which was missing, and that God awful contraption that resembles an exhaust system. Yesterday I put a plastic cooling fan on because there was only 1 metal fan blade remaining of the origional.
 

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mtbiker60 said:
tanandorange said:
Great to see the old girl running. Looks like a pretty solid, mostly original machine. :thumbup:
I'm no expert, but yes, everything except the outer air cleaner housing which was missing, and that God awful contraption that resembles an exhaust system. Yesterday I put a plastic cooling fan on because there was only 1 metal fan blade remaining of the origional.
If you decide to remedy those two issues, Steve Guider who is horton20 on this site can supply you with repops of the factory exhaust and metal fan. His prices are very reasonable too.
John
 

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Nice vid Nolan! It awesome to see that old gurl cruisen around the yard. :thumbsup:
I'll keep an eye open for a fan. I'm not sure if mine still has it's fan, but if it does I'll let you know.
It will be nice to see my old muffler being put back to work again as it was intended. :thumbsup:
Look'n good.
Mike :cool:
 

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Mjoe7 said:
Nice vid Nolan! It awesome to see that old gurl cruisen around the yard. :thumbsup:
I'll keep an eye open for a fan. I'm not sure if mine still has it's fan, but if it does I'll let you know.
It will be nice to see my old muffler being put back to work again as it was intended. :thumbsup:
Look'n good.
Mike :cool:

SWEET!
Thanks Mike
 
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