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Mystery case tractor at auction

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Jim Pollock

09-13-2017 05:13:37




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I was at an auction last night and there was a case tractor there that looked real similar to my 210b except mine has individual gauges and this one had a gauge cluster. The hood was also different. It did have 6 bolt wheels like mine. It was not a com but it only had a 4 speed. Mine has a dual range shuttle. The model number tag was missing but it looked like it was originally on the left side of the dash. Mine is right below the gauges. Anyone know what model this might be?
It did have the industrial type front .axle

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Ande

09-13-2017 20:46:04




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 Re: Mystery case tractor at auction in reply to Jim Pollock, 09-13-2017 05:13:37  

Here is mine before I brought her home



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Joe (Wa)

09-13-2017 17:16:53




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 Re: Mystery case tractor at auction in reply to Jim Pollock, 09-13-2017 05:13:37  

1958 310B.

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Jim Pollock

09-14-2017 03:41:52




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 Re: Mystery case tractor at auction in reply to Joe (Wa), 09-13-2017 17:16:53  
It looked just like this picture. So I would say you are correct. It was probably a 310b. It was real rough but I thought about buying it for parts for my 210b. I know the guy who bought it and he bought it for parts. Would the rear axles from a 310b fit a 210b. My 210b has a backhoe and a loader and I have broke both rear axles in the past. I had a hard time finding replacement 6 bolt axles.



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Joe (Wa)

09-13-2017 17:25:21




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 Re: Mystery case tractor at auction in reply to Joe (Wa), 09-13-2017 17:16:53  
Parts manual 310B prior to serial 6128060 (1958- early 1959) had 6 lug rear wheels and after had 8 lug.

Joe



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oldproudvet

09-13-2017 18:36:15




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 Re: Mystery case tractor at auction in reply to Joe (Wa), 09-13-2017 17:25:21  
Identical to my 1959 310B #6125465. Mine has a hoe and a loader hung on it



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Eagle Beagle

09-13-2017 16:40:48




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 Re: Mystery case tractor at auction in reply to Jim Pollock, 09-13-2017 05:13:37  
Do you you remember if the radiator cap was visible or did it have a panel that sat flush with the hood. This differentiated the 1958 model year from the 1959 with the 59 radiator neck and cap sticking out above the hood on the 310b series.



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VACLee

09-13-2017 09:28:19




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 Re: Mystery case tractor at auction in reply to Jim Pollock, 09-13-2017 05:13:37  
With 6 lug wheels, gauge cluster and non com would only fit the description of a 310b. The sheet metal part of the dash would have been different from yours as to the way the hood joins it and there should have been a large removable panel to access the battery. Also the front edge of the fenders would have extended down to the floorboards.



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Case Nutty 1660

09-13-2017 10:20:08




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 Re: Mystery case tractor at auction in reply to VACLee, 09-13-2017 09:28:19  
I re read his post I thought he had said it did not have the cluster when he clearly said it did,, but early 30 series would also fit into the list as they also had the cluster so my comment is still on track as it can be several models besides the 310B like a 530 or 630 or a W-3 are three more, 430 would have the same hood as the 210 so we can almost rule that one out cnt



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bradley martin

09-14-2017 02:20:44




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 Re: Mystery case tractor at auction in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 09-13-2017 10:20:08  
I have never seen a 430 with the gauge cluster, Tom. Did the very early ones use the gauge cluster and not indiviul guage?



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Case Nutty 1660

09-14-2017 04:01:09




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 Re: Mystery case tractor at auction in reply to bradley martin, 09-14-2017 02:20:44  
430's never had a cluster for sure, I missed he had said it had a cluster I was reading something that was not there, also was thinking of a 6 hole front wheel not the rears again thinking ahead of myself,, if I knew how to delete my comments from this page I would do so but sadly I do not sorry



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VACLee

09-13-2017 13:10:24




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 Re: Mystery case tractor at auction in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 09-13-2017 10:20:08  
What I was basing it on is the 6 lug wheels. 310, 210b, 310b, and 410b seem to be the only ones with 6. When the 430 came out it switched to 8 like the other larger ones. This is based on parts books and I know there are always exceptions and errors. Lee



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Case Nutty 1660

09-13-2017 08:02:37




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 Re: Mystery case tractor at auction in reply to Jim Pollock, 09-13-2017 05:13:37  
need more info, where was the battery at,, was the fuel tank part of the "hood" or under the hood,, could be a 430-530 or even a couple others cnt



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Jim Pollock

09-14-2017 03:46:42




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 Re: Mystery case tractor at auction in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 09-13-2017 08:02:37  
Fuel tank was not part of hood. It was just like my 210b. The battery was behind the fuel tank with a large removable cover. My 210b is similar but has a real small access hole for the battery. This one, the cover was as wide as the hood.



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