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Case 300 / 350 (351) Sheet Metal

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Lee Brown

05-17-2007 05:46:45




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Is the hood tin (nose piece, side panels, etc.) interchangeable between a 300 and a 350 (351)? I know that there's a HP difference, but didn't know if the tin is the same on both. Also, on the 351, the SN plate is on the dash. Where is it on a 300? I saw one the other day, and saw a plate under the dash in front of the gearshift, but couldn't get close enough (thanks to the brush and weeds) to read it. So I'm not sure if I was looking at a 300 or 350. Any advice and information is appreciated!

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JRT

05-17-2007 19:57:22




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 Re: Case 300 / 350 (351) Sheet Metal in reply to Lee Brown, 05-17-2007 05:46:45  
Sheet metal is exactly the same. I have a 300 and a 350 and the serial #'s are in different locations. The 350 has a tag on the dash board under the instrument panel and the 300 plate is under the dash. Also there is a difference in the pto units on these tractors. Also the 350 has longer eagle hitch arms like the 630 and 6ll B models. The 350 also has the same size enging as the 630 and 611 has models.

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C. Amick

05-17-2007 19:16:59




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 Re: Case 300 / 350 (351) Sheet Metal in reply to Lee Brown, 05-17-2007 05:46:45  
Email Roger Hornbaker (rogershornbaker@yahoo.com), he can answer your questions.



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John Noname

05-17-2007 18:07:46




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 Re: Case 300 / 350 (351) Sheet Metal in reply to Lee Brown, 05-17-2007 05:46:45  
Can't remember about the serial plates but back when I was home on the farm the only difference between our 300 and the neighbor's 350 down the road (besides the horses) was the exhaust came out the side and up rather than down like ours. Couldn't tell you if this was an option or not.



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BarryfromIA

05-17-2007 19:55:27




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 Re: Case 300 / 350 (351) Sheet Metal in reply to John Noname, 05-17-2007 18:07:46  
The two models use a different engine block, but they might be the same length. I would like to find out who made the fiberglass hood on my 312. The person that made this one could maybe sell a few now a days.



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