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1958 Case 614B Grove tractor

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Tom Brownell

11-16-2006 13:18:12




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I recently purchased a case 614B tractor. who out there knows anything about this tractor? I have searched the Internet for info on this tractor and can find nothing. Where can I find a manual? I understand that there was only 106 of these tractors made. Anyone who has any info on this tractor, Please e-mail me! tbrownell@charter.net.
Tom




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Tom Brownell

12-01-2006 13:48:14




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 Re: 1958 Case 614B Grove tractor in reply to Tom Brownell, 11-16-2006 13:18:12  
awh,
Thanks! Ok,-the little lever on the right has three positions. I thought that the position in the center was the direct drive! Does his mean that the one I have is a tripple range? And that the little lever on the left is the direct drive/case-0-matic lever? If that is the case, which position is direct drive, and which is case-o-matic?
Tom



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awh

11-19-2006 05:59:25




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 Re: 1958 Case 614B Grove tractor in reply to Tom Brownell, 11-16-2006 13:18:12  
The 614B has the same frame as the 300 to the 600 series if its gas it has a 148 or 159 engine if its diesel its a 188. They came with the case- o matic, duel range, 4 speed with reverse, hand clutch, or standard trans and hand clutch combo. No rockshaft houseing for a 3pt lift because of seat location, but it may have hydro outlets and and independent pto or standard pto. Most any manuel thet covers the 3 engines and trans. combos for the 300 to the 600, (1958 to1968) will get you started with some info. I have a 614B gas and a 531GP diesel. My 531 book covers the frame for both.

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Tom Brownell

11-19-2006 17:26:45




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 Re: 1958 Case 614B Grove tractor in reply to awh, 11-19-2006 05:59:25  
Thanks for the response, I was begining to think there was no such model. I did find out that they only made the 614B in 1959, not 1958, and that there was only 106 made. That makes it pretty rare!! How do I search the archives to find out which of the 106 made is the one that I have? I would also like to find out about how many of them are still in exsistance. If anyone out there has one, or knows of one, Please e-mail me and I"ll start trying to locate as many as I can. Thanks,Tom P.S. My e-mail is tbrownell@charter.net

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amo

11-16-2006 15:57:53




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 Re: 1958 Case 614B Grove tractor in reply to Tom Brownell, 11-16-2006 13:18:12  
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Tom Brownell

11-19-2006 17:29:20




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 Re: 1958 Case 614B Grove tractor in reply to amo, 11-16-2006 15:57:53  
Thanks, I have written down the name and contact info. I will be contacting Rick.
Tom



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Tom Brownell

11-19-2006 21:19:00




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 Re: 1958 Case 614B Grove tractor in reply to Tom Brownell, 11-19-2006 17:29:20  
Also, this tractor has two levers, one is hi, low, and direct range. I don't have a clue what the other is for. Can you help me out and tell me what it does?
Tom



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awh

11-21-2006 20:12:09




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 Re: 1958 Case 614B Grove tractor in reply to Tom Brownell, 11-19-2006 21:19:00  
If it's a Case-O-Matic on the left side of the steering wheel the large lever is the hand clutch and the small one is the direct drive and torque converter drive lever. On the right side is the range selecter (hi/lo range) and hydrolic control exernal hoses, And there should be an extra long gear shift for a 4 speed + rev transmission between the steering collum and dash.



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