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Does anyone know who made grain carts for Case IH? Have one that is painted Case IH red with Case IH decals but has no model or serial number that I can find.  Looks like a Kilbros cart, the under side shows orange paint, so I contacted them and they said it wasn't made by them. It is a dual auger cart with a front mounted hyd fold auger and also has bottom unload door at the front of the floor auger. It holds approximately 750 bushels.   It was purchased at a auction in Ohio 2 years ago. Any help is greatly appreciated. 

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If you can post a picture, it might help us help you.

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I’m guessing someone painted a different cart  to be IH?! Look for a serial number tag, that should explain a lot.  As far as I know IH never  was into the grain cart side of equipment?  

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It sounds like it might have been someone's pet project making it look like a case IH  cart I have never seen any or literature of one in the equipment line-up , John Deere doesn't even make one anymore and the one they did make years ago was by another company alot of their stuff was farmed out to other companies

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Its funny you post this, I just came across one a couple days ago online and as far as I know Case IH never made or marketed one. I figured someone decaled up one and painted it red. Was looking for something else and it popped up, probably could never find it again. 

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If it is was originally orange, could it be a repainted United Farm Tools cart? They were orange and that is who made the Deere carts. There were lots of the Deere and UFT carts around here, although I don’t ever remember seeing one that held 750 bushel. I’m not aware of Case IH ever marketing a cart either and agree it is likely just someone’s creation. Without a picture it’s hard to say who made it. 

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Nope.  That's an "auger/feed wagon"!😁   

I've seen Kinze carts that looked a lot like that, but not a lot of knowledge other than "look".

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I've seen a couple grain carts owned by custom cutters that had CaseIH decals on them that could have passed for a genuine CaseIH grain cart, but there was never any official CaseIH grain cart that I'm aware of. 

The only other thing I can think of that might come close is a custom cutter took an IH 915 combine chassis/frame and made it into what he called a "self-propelled grain cart" with all IH drivetrain components. He built that back in the late 80s, early 90s and I used to see it around during the 1990s. Think there's a couple videos on YouTube about that machine.  

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