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Re: Case 310, 1957

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Adirondack case guy

05-21-2014 16:37:56

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All the 300's came from R I. Early ones were 6V positive ground, with 2 bolt starters. Later 300B's were changed to 12V when the newer 148 block with flange and 3 bolt starter came out. All R I tractors through 600B's were positive ground.
Loren, the Acg.

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Chuck MA

05-22-2014 16:09:32

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 Re: Case 310, 1957 in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-21-2014 16:37:56  
I meant 310 series pretty sure they where 12v or 6 v depending on mfg location

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Adirondack case guy

05-22-2014 17:00:43

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 Re: Case 310, 1957 in reply to Chuck MA, 05-22-2014 16:09:32  
As I stated, all small framed Case tractors were built in Rock Island, up thru the 4/570s. there was never a 300 or any other small framed Case tractor built in Racine. Racine built the large frame tractors, such as DCs, LAs big 400s 500s 700s-70,- 90, and 94/96 series tractors. etc.
Loren, the Acg.

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David Wren

05-22-2014 07:46:56

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 Re: Case 310, 1957 in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-21-2014 16:37:56  
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Interesting, I will be starting this project this weekend. I have noticed a small resistor block that looks melted. Any clue as to what that could be ?

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05-23-2014 20:54:43

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 Re: Case 310, 1957 in reply to David Wren, 05-22-2014 07:46:56  
The resistor is probably for the ignition coil, that is if it's in the line between the ignition switch and the coil. (I'm assuming this is gas, not diesel!)

Resistors get hot, that's just their nature. Possibly the resistor is still good, maybe just something melted on to it...

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Adirondack case guy

05-21-2014 16:54:22

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 Re: Case 310, 1957 in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-21-2014 16:37:56  

From our Case dealership arcives. you may have to enlarge it for clarity. Loren

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