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Dennisn715

02-07-2008 17:54:47




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I have a case 400 that has a bad narrow front on it and was wondering if any buddy knew if other narrow fronts off other case tractors would work on it




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steve il

02-09-2008 16:33:50




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 Re: case 400 narrow front in reply to Dennisn715, 02-07-2008 17:54:47  
[quote="Dennisn715"](quoted from post at 02:54:47 02/08/08) I have a case 400 that has a bad narrow front on it and was wondering if any buddy knew if other narrow fronts off other case tractors would work on it[/

quote]Hi, Is this the heavy cast front with 4 bolt rims if it is we have an extra one.im in southern IL. let me know if your interested. Steve IL



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Jim McVay

02-08-2008 09:25:59




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 Re: case 400 narrow front in reply to Dennisn715, 02-07-2008 17:54:47  
Which part of the narrow front is bad?



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Dennisn715

02-09-2008 04:46:09




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 Re: case 400 narrow front in reply to Jim McVay, 02-08-2008 09:25:59  
the bearing on one wheel went bad and recked the shaft thanks



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flying belgian

02-09-2008 13:04:33




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 Re: case 400 narrow front in reply to Dennisn715, 02-09-2008 04:46:09  
What part of the shaft is bad? The threads or the bearing seats?



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HWess

02-08-2008 06:09:32




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 Re: case 400 narrow front in reply to Dennisn715, 02-07-2008 17:54:47  
Where are you located?



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Dennisn715

02-09-2008 04:50:15




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 Re: case 400 narrow front in reply to HWess, 02-08-2008 06:09:32  
i live in west central wisconsin thanks



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HWess

02-09-2008 04:58:02




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 Re: case 400 narrow front in reply to Dennisn715, 02-09-2008 04:50:15  
I have one in Md. Thought you might be closer.



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