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Can someone explain the difference between 900 900B?

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JR Long

11-15-1999 18:49:14




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I just picked up a 1959 Case 900B. How does it differ from the 900? The engine (377 CID diesel) appears to be the same but the shipping weight looks higher.

Any insight would be appreciated.

Jim JR Long




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d. l. anderson

11-16-1999 10:32:46




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 Re: Can someone explain the difference between 900 900B? in reply to JR Long, 11-15-1999 18:49:14  
Out of curosity, how much did you have to give for the tractor? A couple of months ago, I hauled one of these tractors home. Have had a hard time finding parts. Are there many around in your area? Maybe we can share information.



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JR Long

11-20-1999 09:02:23




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 Re: Re: Can someone explain the difference between 900 900B? in reply to d. l. anderson, 11-16-1999 10:32:46  
D. L. Anderson

I got it for a good price. I have not seen any others around here but have seen some salvage yards on the internet that list 900's in their parts inventory.

JR



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Al Kirmer

11-16-1999 07:41:04




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 Re: Can someone explain the difference between 900 900B? in reply to JR Long, 11-15-1999 18:49:14  
I believe the 900 was the Gas Version and the 900B version was the Diesel, there was also an LP Gas version.



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indiana case coll.

09-04-2002 21:31:28




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 Re: Re: Can someone explain the difference between 900 900B? in reply to Al Kirmer, 11-16-1999 07:41:04  
900 had a rotary diesel pump 900B had an inline diesel pump. LP GAS model was a 910 NO! gas model was ever made



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