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- Wow this site is great. I'm a proud owner of my Dad's '75 Case 444 and I just picked up an '83 448. I pretty much grew up on the 444, that tractor did just about anything you could of asked it even my father having to rake hay with it on occassion. I lucked out finding a great 448. Look forward to learning from everyone, and passing on any helpful info I can.
- Chris

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Chris: Welcome to the site! :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: We're glad you joined! Thank you for your kind words regarding the Forum, we do believe that this is the best site for CCI tractors because there is more valuable info and help here than anywhere else. So please feel at home here. Some housekeeping stuff: At the top of this forum is a "STICKY MESSAGE" with the title "How to get the best out of this site."


It is in your best interest to read that message prior to posting on the site for the following reasons.

1. We do things a little bit differently here and the message will explain how this forum works so that you will not run into problems navigating the site.

2. It points out features on the site that would otherwise take you months to realize are there. Knowing where to find those features, often keeps new members from asking unnecessary questions and instead, allows them to focus on obtaining more important information about their tractor.

3. One of our leaders is Hilda and she gets a little excited when people don't read that Sticky. Can you blame her? After all, she has spent countless hours working with the Team here to put this site together for the members and all she asks is a few minutes of your time to read a message. But relax. It's all in good fun and we usually have Hilda on a tight leash.

So.... please.... go and read the Sticky and then explore the site.
We look forward to talking with you on the site!

:222: :446: Best Regards, Rich
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