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reddie

08-24-2014 09:20:25
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hi guys just picked up a little vac.. new to case tractors. just wondering if the belt pully is removable.. and if it has any value.. thank you




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C. Amick

08-29-2014 18:05:45
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 Re: vac in reply to reddie, 08-24-2014 09:20:25  
Checkout this web site, see link.



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Joe (Wa)

08-29-2014 11:31:49
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 Re: vac in reply to reddie, 08-24-2014 09:20:25  
The original cap p/n was G13271 changed to D93757. Carquest or Napa should be able to cross one of those nrs to a cap that will fit your tank filler neck. It probably will not be the original round dome type cap, more likely a universal cap with ears.
Joe



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reddie

08-29-2014 17:10:34
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 Re: vac in reply to Joe (Wa), 08-29-2014 11:31:49  
thank you guys for all the help.... does anyone out there have a wiring diagram for this tractor



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Joe (Wa)

08-29-2014 08:53:55
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 Re: vac in reply to reddie, 08-24-2014 09:20:25  
80-90 is good. Full is to the lip of opening of the plug on the left side of the torque tube.

Joe



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reddie

08-29-2014 09:35:48
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 Re: vac in reply to Joe (Wa), 08-29-2014 08:53:55  
ok thank you... next question my fuel cap is always loose... does anyone have a part number for one that I could get from lets say a carquest or napa...



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Joe (Wa)

08-24-2014 13:47:00
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 Re: vac in reply to reddie, 08-24-2014 09:20:25  
Oil depends on if you have a hydraulic pump mounted on the right front of the engine you need a low viscosity oil. General purpose hydraulic oil is suitable.

If no hydraulic pump use the same oil as in the transmission as already advised. Factory transmission lube was 90 wt gear oil.

Torque tube capacity is 2 gals.

Joe



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reddie

08-29-2014 08:15:01
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 Re: vac in reply to Joe (Wa), 08-24-2014 13:47:00  
so if I use like a 80w-90 will that be fine... also it looks like the fill spot is a small plug of left hand side of the torque tube... is this correct



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reddie

08-24-2014 11:48:07
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 Re: vac in reply to reddie, 08-24-2014 09:20:25  
ok thanks... what do I use for oil to replace after I drain and remove unit?



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1031D

08-24-2014 12:51:08
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 Re: vac in reply to reddie, 08-24-2014 11:48:07  
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whatever gear oil you put in the transmission



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Joe (Wa)

08-24-2014 10:43:54
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 Re: vac in reply to reddie, 08-24-2014 09:20:25  
Yes the drive and driven gears are helical, it pulls right out. Drain the torque oil, unbolt it and pull straight out. You will need to put an oil tight delete cover with gasket on the opening.
I've seen guys fab a cover out of 1/4" flat stock. The original delete plate is casting nr VT-41. It is the same plate as on the 300/300B and some of the other number series tractors.

Joe



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Christopher Mikesell

08-24-2014 10:41:15
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 Re: vac in reply to reddie, 08-24-2014 09:20:25  
Yes, the belt pulley is removable. If it doesn't have the built-in hydraulic unit, then you just remove 4 bolts and pull it out. You will also want to drain the torque tube before you remove it or you will have a mess, and you will need to make a plate to cover the hole so that you can refill the torque tube with oil.



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