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Case Nutty 1660

01-23-2013 15:10:15

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a 430 hood I think is the same except it the 200B does not have a hole for the exhaust

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Joe Young

01-23-2013 15:44:56

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 Re: 210B hood. in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-23-2013 15:10:15  

I think you're half right.... The hood from a 430 spark ignition should fit, and one with an underneath muffler system would not have the exhaust hole knocked out....

The diesel tractors would have a hood about 1 1/2 inches too long for the 200B application. - Joe

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Bruce from Can.

01-23-2013 17:22:35

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 Re: 210B hood. in reply to Joe Young, 01-23-2013 15:44:56  
Why is the diesel 430's hood longer than the gas model?

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Joe Young

01-23-2013 17:26:41

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 Re: 210B hood. in reply to Bruce from Can., 01-23-2013 17:22:35  
The 188 diesel engine block is approximately 1 1/2" longer than the 126 148, 159 and 164 cu in gas engine blocks.

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Case Nutty 1660

01-23-2013 15:49:22

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 Re: 210B hood. in reply to Joe Young, 01-23-2013 15:44:56  
YES you are right Joe spark only thanks cnt

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Jeremy Shadwick

01-23-2013 16:41:40

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 Re: 210B hood. in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-23-2013 15:49:22  
good deal, thanks for the info. This is a tractor i have recently purchased and its been pretty good so far. I still need to do a 12v conversion, i was wondering if this can be done with the generator or do i have to get an alternator? I also need to get the lift cylinders rebuilt for my loader and my control valve is leaking pretty bad. I got some work cut out for me but it will be a good project.

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Stephen Newell

01-23-2013 20:20:14

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 Re: 210B hood. in reply to Jeremy Shadwick, 01-23-2013 16:41:40  

With a 12v conversion you would need a alternator and also a coil resister between the power supply and the coil.

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Joe Young

01-24-2013 03:58:08

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 Re: 210B hood. in reply to Stephen Newell, 01-23-2013 20:20:14  
Why do you need an alternator for a 12 volt conversion? There are plenty of 12 volt systems with a generator.

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