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Re: 1959 case 200B with loader?????

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01-14-2013 14:47:58

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If you call the guy again, ask if it's got individual gauges or all in one cluster. The 200 series were seperate gauges. If it's a 210B,(with a shuttle-shift) there's no way to put a pto on it that I know of. I'd love to have whatever pieces it takes to put one on my shuttle-shift 310B

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01-14-2013 14:52:15

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 Re: 1959 case 200B with loader????? in reply to TimBinWV, 01-14-2013 14:47:58  
it has individual gauges and shuttle shift that he said works good

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01-14-2013 15:00:42

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 Re: 1959 case 200B with loader????? in reply to tankertoy, 01-14-2013 14:52:15  
The tractor is only about 28 hp. It should have a 126 cu. in engine in it. The pto was blocked off at the factory. I heard a guy say he had a pto on the earlier, round-nose 310 with shuttle, but I can't help but wonder if he wasn't mistaken.

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01-14-2013 15:10:26

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 Re: 1959 case 200B with loader????? in reply to TimBinWV, 01-14-2013 15:00:42  
As far as worth goes, it depends on what you're going to use it for. If you want something to bush hog with, it's not worth a lot. If you want something to load dirt, then it's probably worth the price, given the new tires. ( for my area, anyways)

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01-14-2013 15:05:27

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 Re: 1959 case 200B with loader????? in reply to TimBinWV, 01-14-2013 15:00:42  
i was confused by the exhaust exiting thru the hood instead of coming out and then up like all the other pics it's a factory cut out

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