J.I. Case

CC (1929-1939)

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Tractor Info


The prototype for this tractor came from the Model C. It was built with a single front wheel and rear wheels that could be adjusted. The front of these tractors were so light that it would often rare up during a hard pull, often leading to breaks when it would come crashing back down. Adjustments were made and the new Case CC was introduced in the 1930’s. The rear wheels could be adjusted from a narrow 48 inches to 84 inches for cultivating.

Tractor Info

Engine: Case Vertical I-Head

Cylinders: 4

Bore & Stroke: 3.875 x 5.50

RPM: 1,100

CID: 260

Fuel: Kerosene/Gasoline

Main Fuel Tank Cap: 18

Aux Fuel Tank Cap: 2

Carburetor: Kingston

Cooling Capacity: 5

Drawbar HP: 22.7

Belt PTO HP: 28.97

Weight: 4,240 lbs

Length: 137 inches

Width: 48 inches

Height: 56.5 inches

Number of Gears: 3/1


Total Produced: 28,656

1929: 300201

1930: 300301

1931: 300401

1932: 300501

1933: 300601

1934: 300701

1935: 300801

1936: 300901

1937: 400001

1938: 4200001

1939: 4300001

1940: 4400001

Location: Plate on the tractor's instrument panel

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