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good case salvage yards between Portland and Tilli

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combinekid

11-20-2006 21:00:23




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I am going to be traviling to the Oregon Coast near Tillimook Or. Over thanksgiving and was wondering if anybody would know of any place near there that parts out case tractors expecelly LA"s Thanks a bunch.




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Walt Davies

11-20-2006 23:12:33




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 Re: good case salvage yards between Portland and T in reply to combinekid, 11-20-2006 21:00:23  
I'm just west of Monmouth on Or. 51 just before you get to Kings Valley HWY. 223. From my place to tillmook its an easy shot out 22 to 18 then Lincoln city on the coast Or 223 to 20 to Newport.
Lots of old tractors around these farms out here.

Give me a call I have a 48 LA parts tractor. with a lot of stuff on it.

503 623 0460 (anytime of day 8:00 AM til 11:00 PM.

Walt



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thehickdaddy

11-21-2006 09:04:30




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 Re: good case salvage yards between Portland and T in reply to Walt Davies, 11-20-2006 23:12:33  
how much for a waterpump, grill, fuel line from reserve tank to sediment bowl, generator, shutter control crank and rod? thanks, thehickdaddy



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noncompos

11-20-2006 21:48:59




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 Re: good case salvage yards between Portland and T in reply to combinekid, 11-20-2006 21:00:23  
Can't say about Case, but: 3-4 weeks ago we went down to the beach, put-putting along 99W and 223. In one of those tired little towns (5-6 block "business district" along "hiway")there was a tractor company/repair outfit that looked like it'd been there when Hector was a pup...odd name (which of course I can't recall). Am pretty sure was AFTER we crossed river on Wheatland Ferry going south, and had to be north of Pedee/Kings valley area; run the Yamhill and Polk county phone books for tractors/ag eqpmt repairs. The place had the look of a place that'd know where every parts tractor in 500 miles was located. Good luck.

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