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Todd Berry

02-10-2010 12:58:55




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I am looking for a good source for NOS Case tractor parts.Does anyone have any suggestions?




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Bob

02-11-2010 07:59:55




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 Re: NOS parts wanted in reply to Todd Berry, 02-10-2010 12:58:55  
If you have part numbers you can go on-line to the Parts Depot and check their NOS stock. If they have a part you can use, you then need to make arrangements to order it through a participating dealer.

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Curt W.

02-11-2010 07:32:47




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 Re: NOS parts wanted in reply to Todd Berry, 02-10-2010 12:58:55  
CaseIH has a obsolete parts depot. Check with your nearest dealer.



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dboll

02-10-2010 17:05:17




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 Re: NOS parts wanted in reply to Todd Berry, 02-10-2010 12:58:55  
might help if you let people know what you are looking for



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Dave SE Mich

02-10-2010 13:57:55




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 Re: NOS parts wanted in reply to Todd Berry, 02-10-2010 12:58:55  
I would recommend contacting John Saeli 315-585-9826, he has some NOS parts and was able to find me a NOS 730 trottle shaft.



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Tom Railsback

02-12-2010 08:17:02




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 Re: NOS parts wanted in reply to Dave SE Mich, 02-10-2010 13:57:55  
For sleeves and pistons, you might try Tom Underwood in Lawrence, KS.



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