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Case 210B or 211B

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09-10-2009 18:29:03

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My father has a case 210B or a 211B that I would like to get and fix. It was my grandpa"s, and that is the other reason to acquire it. It runs, but needs valve work. It is my understanding form reading these posts that the 210 was industrial with a heavy duty front axle verses a standard axle on the 211. How do I tell the difference in axles? It is about 1-1/2 inches wide, and 2-1/2 inches tall (square, not round, not adjustable), and curves up in the middle at the pivot point. It also has 24 inch rear tires (210), and 16 inch front tires (210). I also think it has the shuttle trans and a front snow blade. Also, where is the serial number located? Thanks, not too much info on these other than what I have read in the archives. Thanks everyone.

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Joe (Wa)

09-11-2009 00:34:08

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 Re: Case 210B or 211B in reply to MattMalcome1, 09-10-2009 18:29:03  
Go up several posts to the 56 311 Gary in Cheney restored. Much better pics of the general purpose tractor wfe, that is the same configuration as the 211B.


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Joe (Wa)

09-11-2009 00:22:41

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 Re: Case 210B or 211B in reply to MattMalcome1, 09-10-2009 18:29:03  
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Your description is the 210B utility tractor. All I have is 300 series tractor pics but the axles are the same configuration.

#1 Utility tractor (310) I beam shaped axle nonadjustable. Tie rod is aft of the axle under the engine. Spindles are U shaped. This one has PS cylinder mounted on the front of the axle.
The rear wheels are bolted to the axle hubs and tread is nonadjustable. Factory rear tires 24".

#2 General purpose tractor (311B) round tube shaped adjustable axle. Tierods are in front of the axle and adjustable. Spindles are L shaped. Rear wheels are clamped to the axles and tread is adjustable by sliding the wheel on the axle. Factory rear tires 28".

The tractor model & serial nr tag is attached to the steering cowling generally on the left side of the tractor, sometimes below the steering wheel shaft. Engine serial nr is stamped into the block above the starter.


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