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Straw Boss

03-20-2017 20:47:54




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My brother ran into a guy with what they think is a 310C crawler. No tag (of course).
I don't think it has run in years and I don't think they are very familiar with it.
I think it should be a 148 cu in Case engine but the owner thought it was a Continental.
They said the governor was internal and they were in need of one. Any thoughts?
I'll post some pics in a minute.




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Straw Boss

03-20-2017 20:52:06




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 Re: Crawler Question in reply to Straw Boss, 03-20-2017 20:47:54  

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casecollectorsc

03-21-2017 05:06:29




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 Re: Crawler Question in reply to Straw Boss, 03-20-2017 20:52:06  
I have one with bad engine, bad sprockets and Cat tracks which are the wrong pitch for the sprockets. Mine was painted desert sunset and flambeau with the eyebrow front hood cowl. Earlier ones had the ATC rounded front cowl. Also it has a bigger Case engine butchered into it that is dead.



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Straw Boss

03-21-2017 06:38:16




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 Re: Crawler Question in reply to casecollectorsc, 03-21-2017 05:06:29  
Thanks Steve. I had it kind of figured the 310C had the two-toned paint with the eye-browed lights in the grill like the 30 series. The 310D was construction yellow.

So your engine is NOT a 148? This guy went through the engine (whatever that means) but needs the governor which is internal w/2 balls? Is this a hard to find parts request? Also his track is shot. He said the pins in the track were wore threw the bushings. I just don't know about these things to offer any advice.

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casecollectorsc

03-21-2017 08:54:49




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 Re: Crawler Question in reply to Straw Boss, 03-21-2017 06:38:16  
If the tracks are shot, might walk away. I called on a set...$1500 a piece. My engine is a 201 cobbled up to fit. Course it is locked up...my pig in a poke deal on the whole machine and it is in parts...the whole machine is apart.



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Case Nutty 1660

03-21-2017 07:14:50




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 Re: Crawler Question in reply to Straw Boss, 03-21-2017 06:38:16  
that is the later VA style governor I think you are talking about,, should be the same from late VA through the 188 gas I think maybe Lee or someone will chime in and confirm,, cnt



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VACLee

03-21-2017 18:23:31




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 Re: Crawler Question in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 03-21-2017 07:14:50  
You are correct. It is a 2 weight style, used on the late VA through small 30 series with gas engine. Has been discontinued several years but they show up on ebay quite often. Just be sure if you get a used one that the pivot pins in the weights don't have a lot of play in them. If they do it will contribute to the surging or hunting problem that engine family is prone to have. Lee



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Straw Boss

03-21-2017 19:46:55




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 Re: Crawler Question in reply to VACLee, 03-21-2017 18:23:31  
Thanks Lee, I'll see what I can find.



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VACLee

03-22-2017 17:28:21




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 Re: Crawler Question in reply to Straw Boss, 03-21-2017 19:46:55  

Here is a picture of the style that should be in it. Unfortunately I did not have one of the little actuators that goes with it. If you end up with it and do the repair be sure that the recess in the end of the cam is clean. Varnish and sludge build up in it and can make the actuator bind which will also make it less responsive. Lee

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Case Nutty 1660

03-20-2017 23:04:21




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 Re: Crawler Question in reply to Straw Boss, 03-20-2017 20:52:06  
that is a Case engine and yes the 310C used a 148 Case engine it was made 1959-1960
cnt



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Straw Boss

03-21-2017 06:22:22




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 Re: Crawler Question in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 03-20-2017 23:04:21  
Tom, thanks for the verification.



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