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fred goodrich

12-16-2007 11:59:10




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Looking for decals for my little 310c can anyone help? also exhaust elbow




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BarryfromIA

12-16-2007 16:33:34




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 Re: case 310c in reply to Triplerange, 12-16-2007 11:59:10  
Look in your Old Abes News page 35 this issue.



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Gene Dotson

12-16-2007 18:42:08




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 Re: case 310c in reply to BarryfromIA, 12-16-2007 16:33:34  
Barry;
The Case dozers, early 310 and 320 series with 148 engine take a special offset to line up with the TerraTrac sheet metal. A tractor elbow are not the same... Gene



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Gene Dotson

12-16-2007 16:07:53




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 Re: case 310c in reply to fred goodrich, 12-16-2007 11:59:10  
Fred;
I would like to see someone recast the manifold elbows. I have a 320 dozer and the elbow has been welded at least 3 times. The welder last time told me to be very careful with it. Really grit my teeth when a branch gets close to it.
Last one in the country was sold in 1996 for more than $104.00... Gene



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JGarner

12-17-2007 07:09:05




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 Re: case 310c in reply to Gene Dotson, 12-16-2007 16:07:53  
Gene, I am looking for a good used oil pump for my 630 Case (188 gas engine) Part numbers for the 430, 530, 630 tractors and 600 combine are G11844, A49022 and A38369 these are all one in the same pump. I pulled my pump this weekend and the pump gear backlash is .035" and Case service manual says it should be .005-.008". Needless to say my oil pressure wasn't what it should be. Do you have a pump that is in better shape than mine? I have a new relief valve plunger and spring in it so if you have a pump with good gears I am back in business. I have e-mail so just rely to that and we can continue this off line.

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JGarner

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CHinNY

12-17-2007 04:01:18




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 Re: case 310c in reply to Gene Dotson, 12-16-2007 16:07:53  
Fred know that he owns a huge CASE junk yard in Newark Valley NY,also i have been working on getting some casted but it is a slow process unless i do 500 pieces but i don't think that would be smart as i would maybe sell 25-50 and the rest would set and take years to sell UNLESS people would pay over $200 each then i could set on some



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