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C or ca

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brent(pa)

03-05-2003 22:42:39




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I recently bought this tractor. The guy said it was a ca but I think it is a c. The only serial# I can get off it is 75830 in this order and this is off the transmission in front of the shifter but I cant find it in any of the b,c,or ca serial# lists. PLEASE HELP




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Mike in Pa

03-06-2003 16:46:03




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 Re: c or ca in reply to brent(pa), 03-05-2003 22:42:39  
Unless someone changed something a C has a 3 speed trans and the CA models have a 4 speed trans.Also the CA has floor pan sheet metal on and around the rear housing where the C does not.



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Reub

03-06-2003 10:15:51




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 Re: c or ca in reply to brent(pa), 03-05-2003 22:42:39  
The easy way to tell a C from a CA is the rear wheels. The CA has a six bolt lug pattern the power adjust rims. The C had a five bolt pattern and standard rims



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alan

03-06-2003 03:44:39




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 Re: c or ca in reply to brent(pa), 03-05-2003 22:42:39  
looks like a 49 c. also, a ca will have a 4 spd trans, a hand clutch, and a pan seat; the c will have a 3 spd trans, no hand clutch, and a bench seat; also there were only 40 some thousand ca's made. serial number won't go that high. alan



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tom davison

03-06-2003 09:31:26




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 Re: Re: c or ca in reply to alan, 03-06-2003 03:44:39  
I believe there were approximately 84,000 C,S Built.



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tom davison

03-06-2003 09:29:50




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 Re: Re: c or ca in reply to alan, 03-06-2003 03:44:39  
I believe there were approximately 84,000 C,s built.

Tom Davison



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