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CASE 400 SPLIT

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T GREENE

10-14-2007 16:16:23




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I HAVE A CASE 400 "411", IT DOSEN'T HAVE THE CASE O MATIC. I SPLIT ENGINE AND TRANSMISSSION AND THE TRANNY SHAFT CAME OUT AS THE ENGINE WAS BEING PULLED AWAY. IS THIS A BIG DEAL? AND WHAT SHOULD I CHECK FOR WHEN I PUT THE SHAFT BACK INTO THE TRANNY. I WANT TO MAKE SURE I REASSEMBLE THIS MONSTER CORRECTLY. ALSO CAN ANY TELL ME A GOOD PLACE TO FIND THE FRONT TRANNY SEAL, CLUTCH, THROW OUT BEARING AND PRESSURE PLATE? THANKS IN ADVANCE.

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Kevin Meier

10-15-2007 14:26:30




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 Re: CASE 400 SPLIT in reply to T GREENE, 10-14-2007 16:16:23  
I think I have the pressure plate, disk, release bearing and pilot bearing but I'd have to check inventory tomorrow. Email me if interested.

Kevin Meier K&C Tractor Parts



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Leland Cox

10-14-2007 17:24:53




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 Re: CASE 400 SPLIT in reply to T GREENE, 10-14-2007 16:16:23  
Go to CaseIH.com you can see what your case dealer can. Look in the parts area for your 400. Your case dealer will be able to get some of what you need. They were able to get me a new throw out bearing and other clutch parts for my 1957 311B.



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