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Gary Covert

03-09-2008 17:07:26

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A friend asked me if my 1947 Case S was chain drive like his LA. I told him I didn't think so but I'm not sure. Is there an oil flter on the S. I was raised on farmall H's and M's so I'm not familair with Cases. I'm going to order a manual so that should help me.

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Den N Ms

03-09-2008 19:58:56

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 Re: Case S in reply to Gary Covert, 03-09-2008 17:07:26  
watsonsgotit,I believe The SC models and DC models were the last to use the chain drives.I know the first 400 series had axle bull gears.

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03-10-2008 15:14:52

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 Re: Case S in reply to Den N Ms, 03-09-2008 19:58:56  
Den, please notice I said "Most" not "All". The va series as well as the 300 series did not use the chain and sproket system either.

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Gene Dotson

03-10-2008 12:03:58

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 Re: Case S in reply to Den N Ms, 03-09-2008 19:58:56  
The 400 was a newly designed tractor and had nothing in common with other Case tractors. Chain drive was still used on the 500, 600, 900 and early 930.
700 to 830 tractors were follow-on to the 400 and used conventional differential and 8 speed dual range transmissions... Gene

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03-09-2008 17:32:36

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 Re: Case S in reply to Gary Covert, 03-09-2008 17:07:26  
Yes the Case S has a chain drive rear end. That was used in most Case tractors up through the 930. If your S has an oil filter it will be the canister add on style.

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