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Case Implement Hub Identification


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Old 12-05-2010, 09:59 PM
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I was wondering what implement this hub is off of ? Also would anyone know of a one that could be purchased or borrowed?

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I can't tell how big it is? I have one # 111R that is about 4" diameter. On mine the eagle is above and the number below CASE. $15 & postage if you can use it.
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I would guess its off a case threshing machine. to retain wheels on axles
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I can't tell how big it is? I have one # 111R that is about 4" diameter. On mine the eagle is above and the number below CASE. $15 & postage if you can use it.
The one I am looking for is slightly over 3" in diameter, I think four inches would be too large.
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I don't see that part number in my thresher catalog. Part #111R is a hub cap for a thresher though.
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