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20/40 Case Gears

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Old 06-21-2009, 09:01:14 PM
D Reachard D Reachard is offline
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Default 20/40 Case Gears

Is there anyone out there who might be making a set of Bull gears for a 20/40 Case or might know where to find a set??
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Old 06-21-2009, 11:20:06 PM
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Default Re: 20/40 Case Gears

I've heard the wheels are the same as a 60 HP Case steamer....are the bull gears the same? I know where there were a couple of sets of those. Got a set out in the yard, but they're sitting right beside the 60 they're going on!
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Default Re: 20/40 Case Gears

Ya the 60 steamer ones aren't the same. Doug got me to check it out a couple years ago since we have an extra set.
you'll have to bring an old one up here to Kory @ Anderson-industries in Aberdeen SD. and he can get you a set remade. a guy this morning just dropped off a bull gear for an E Rumely. the teeth are just a little ugly on it Kory did Abel steam engine gears this winter. as well as some Gaar Scott ones last yr and 110 Case bull's a couple years ago. id say its worth it to spend the $ on new ones.
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Old 07-25-2009, 06:44:14 PM
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Mr. Reachard. We had a phone conversation, about a year or so ago, about 20-40 case bull gears. I need two or maybe three. I have one real good one. You also said that had cast the air stove for the exhaus pipe? Is that the long one or the short one? My 1913 engine needs the short one I think. I also need a clutch fork, slip ring and that bracket that supports the clutch fork. Any ideas where to look? I can give you the part numbers, if that helps at all? Mine has a case engine, not the davis engine. It is number 2303. Thanks Duane Dunn
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