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01-30-2007 21:10:33

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Ok i just had a few questions, what is a big 400, what is the difference between a 350 and a 300 made in 55, 56, 57, and did they make a 670 along with the 470, and 570, did any of these have the Case-O-matic?

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Dale Roisum

02-01-2007 06:57:50

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 Re: Questions in reply to Case311B, 01-30-2007 21:10:33  
I just bought a 350 case last summer. They were built in 1957, and the main differences between the 300 roundnose, and the 350 are the rear tires are 36" instead of 28", and the engine is a larger 164 cu. inches. The engine is the same as the ones used in the later 1958, 1959 500B, and 600B tractors. The closest tractor mechanically would be the 500B (clutch vs. case-o-matic in the 600B) I have been told that only 905 of the 350's were built in 1957. Once I get my 350 restored, I would like to pull it against my 611B and see how well the COM does against a clutch.

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Tom (Ks)

01-31-2007 17:12:26

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 Re: Questions in reply to Case311B, 01-30-2007 21:10:33  
The last year for the 630 was 1964. The 430 and 530 changed to the 470 and 570 for the 1970 model year. The 630 had 50 HP and the much larger 730 had about 56 HP. I guess they didn't feel they needed two tractors that close in power. The 430 and 470 was not offered in a C-O-M.

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C. Amick

01-31-2007 09:24:16

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 Re: Questions in reply to Case311B, 01-30-2007 21:10:33  
The big 400 Series was made at roughly the same time period as the 300 Series. It also has a rounded grill, but the grill is very different from the 300 grill. The model numbers were also similar to the 300 Series, there was a 401, 411, etc. The 400 is supposed to be a very durable tractor. I'd like to have a 411 to go along with my 311.

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01-31-2007 05:05:05

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 Re: Questions in reply to Case311B, 01-30-2007 21:10:33  
the big 400 was referring to the larger 400 model that later became the 700 and 800. A few years later, the 400B came out which is roughly the same size as the 300 and the numbers can be somewhat confusing for some.

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