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Case Nutty 1660

01-29-2013 17:26:48

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the 377 gas or LP units in a 500/600/900 930 tractors or power units most if not all of the 930 gasers had a ditributor but I am guessing it would fit

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01-30-2013 20:33:10

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 Re: 6-cyl. case magneto in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-29-2013 17:26:48  

Only the early 377's had the mag. unless they used a different adapter for side mount types. Most have dist. on the side of the engine vs timing gear where you filled it with oil.Both tractors in the pictures are 1957's


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01-29-2013 18:32:26

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 Re: 6-cyl. case magneto in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-29-2013 17:26:48  
500 tractor were diesel only, right?

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01-29-2013 19:06:58

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 Re: 6-cyl. case magneto in reply to jic, 01-29-2013 18:32:26  

the 500 was only offered in dsl, the 500 power unit was offered in LP or set up to burn natural gas as well as dsl the 600/900 tractors were available in LP as well as dsl the 930 had those options as well as gasoline, the 930 dsl was a 401 cube engine but the dsl had the same 377 cube as the 500/600/900 had in both LP or dsl

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