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1934? case model L

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will in minn

01-03-2011 20:05:47

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Hi I have a chance to buy a what is supposedly a 1934 model L for $1200. It supposedly runs great and looks to be all there Im a Deere guy and know very little about case. So far I have found that the serial number plate should be on the tool box so in the next few days I will be going to check that what else should I look for on my next trip? Thanks William.

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Gene Dotson

01-04-2011 13:18:17

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 Re: 1934? case model L in reply to will in minn, 01-03-2011 20:05:47  

If it has the serial number tag with 6 digit number, take the first and fourth numbe and put them together and subtract 3 to determine the year.

The L engine is basically the same as the later LA engine and these parts can be used in the L engine. Early L water pumps are different if they have flat belt, but V-belt puley pumps are the same. They have a grease seal pessure seal, so if they leak try adding grease to the cup and turn down till you feel pressure on the cup.

Transmissions and final drives are bull strong and seldom cause problems. May want to check the final drive chains for excessive stretch.


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01-04-2011 08:11:08

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 Re: 1934? case model L in reply to will in minn, 01-03-2011 20:05:47  
If it runs good and looks decent on steel or factory rubber I would pay that. Cut-off steel I would offer a little less. An L will make a JD D run and hide in the field.

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