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mike powers 1

12-03-2006 17:07:34




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i just bought a case 310 can any one tell me about them




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Greg Weisman

12-19-2006 11:36:35




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 Re: case 310 in reply to mike powers 1, 12-03-2006 17:07:34  
My father has a 310 and needs some clutch work. He's in Oakhurst, CA (near Fresno). Does anyone know who I can contact for help or parts?



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Westca707

12-17-2006 00:53:40




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 Re: case 310 in reply to mike powers 1, 12-03-2006 17:07:34  
Jeb: I'm hoping if you can help me? I have a Case 310G-350. Diesel w/6way Dozer blade. Would you know the weight of this crawler?

Tony



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TimBinWV

12-03-2006 18:20:19




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 Re: case 310 in reply to mike powers 1, 12-03-2006 17:07:34  
Tractor or dozer? Case made both. Collectively known as '300's,there were several different model numbers that were variations of the same tractor. The 310 is an industrial version of the 300. There was a 300,301?,310,311 and a 312. The 312 was a high crop. The 311b was a square nosed version from 58/9. The round-nosed 300's were made from 55-57,I think. I have a 58 310b,w/loader and a forklift. And a 58 311b with triple-range transmission.I think they're a fine tractor,and I can't wait to get my 311b restored...

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jeb4georgia@hotmail.com

12-03-2006 18:19:01




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 Re: case 310 in reply to mike powers 1, 12-03-2006 17:07:34  
What do you want to know, I have an original Case 300 info DVD available on ebay



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klf

12-03-2006 18:17:04




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 Re: case 310 in reply to mike powers 1, 12-03-2006 17:07:34  
Is this a wheel tractor or a crawler?



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