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Case Tractors Discussion Board

Case 411-B

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Posted by Avery on December 06, 2002 at 08:56:46 from (

Would appreciate an opinion. Not to familiar with Case tractors, specifically 411-B. I know Case makes good stuff. If not International would never had merged. Spent most of my time around Ford 3000 and 140 Farmall. Have possible opportunity at Case 411-B narrow front. Tractor is running and in fair shape. Tractor has remote hydraulics lines. Was this standard for this tractor, an option? Or something which was added by former owner? I know tractor has around 30 drawbar horsepower. Mostly would be using tractor to disc, break land, plant beans and cultivate. Just don't want land to grow up and tobacco ain't exactly in strong shape around here anymore, which is about the only thing boy's are interested in or can make any money on around here. Would tractor handle 3-14 bottom plows ok on mostly sandy loamy soil or would that be too much strain. 140's are rated at 2'14 plow tractors. Additionally I've heard some bad things about these Case O Matic transmissions. Exactly what is the deal on them? Can't say Im familiar with that set up. Any elaboration would be welcome. Also believe only about 5400 411 B's were made. If Im right will that make tractor more valuable at some point? Not planning on restoring but using tractor if I get it. But if these transmissions are potential money pit. Will keep on keeping on with the 2 140's. What are these tractors going for? Guess Im asking what are there weak points? Do you think I'd be satisfied with the tractor and would it be well suited for purposes listed? Grudgingly hate to admit it but Im am glad many times I listened to my Dad and got an education. Though, I do miss not being as actively engaged in farming as I'd like to be. Sorry for the longwindedness, Thanks for your help.

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