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Mitch in Ks.

09-09-2006 17:42:41




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just bought a case have no idea what kind maybe you folks can help i"ll also need help on where to find parts and wat"nots to the shifter cover has VT161 serial# VA05572252, need help on what year it mite be. in advance Thanks for the Help

Mitch




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Gene Dotson

09-09-2006 18:06:25




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 Re: case tractor in reply to Mitch in Ks., 09-09-2006 17:42:41  
Mitch;
You have a 1951 VAO. Orchard model of the VA series. There were 6326 units built. May or may not have the orchard limb riser sheet metal. Many parts common with other late model VA series tractors... Gene



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Mitch in Ks.

09-09-2006 19:50:40




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 Re: case tractor in reply to Gene Dotson, 09-09-2006 18:06:25  
thanks gene



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amo

09-09-2006 17:59:39




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 Re: case tractor in reply to Mitch in Ks., 09-09-2006 17:42:41  
it looks as if it a vao, the numbers are the serial. go to left of this under research and go to serial numbers, under case and model vao.
go to web site of case and order you a manual and a parts book, they will be well worth the money.
site is---rich./tworek@cnh.com
customer service
phone 262-636-7274 good luck



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