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1957 Case 310C crawler W/ Holt model 400 winch

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John Pelland

09-21-2009 21:00:42




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I got this '57 310C with a Holt model 400 winch. I don't believe Holt winches are still around. I'm not sure how this thing works. there are no control levers for the winch or brake. When the engine is running I can see the drum is turning but the winch isn't. All there is , is a 1/4 inch copper hydro line coming out toward the bottom that was cut and pinched off. Can anyone tell me what I need to do to get this winch so it works. What parts?. I'm not sure but I think it may be similar to the Carco C-12 winch. It is flush mounted right to the differential. Any help is appreciated

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noncompos

09-21-2009 21:21:21




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 Re: 1957 Case 310C crawler W/ Holt model 400 winch in reply to John Pelland, 09-21-2009 21:00:42  
Don't know if it'll help, but if you Google Holt Winch Company the 2nd hit on the list should be tacomatug, which has a thumbnail history of Holt blades and winches, incl ref's to "...old Mr. Holt..."
There's also a hit somewhere on someone named Paul on ibdozing, who is (or was: didn't check the date) also looking for Holt Winch info. Good luck.



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