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Case 530 Serial Number

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Robert Laurin

03-31-2010 18:25:09




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Recently inherited a I am told Case 530. Gas engine. Has an alternator but I do not know what they came with originally. Need help to identify this tractor. Lable plate on dash is gone. Does not have a tool box. I am a farmall guy. Who can tell me how to figure out what type of tractor this is and how to determine the serial number.
Thanks for any help I can get.




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Joe Young

04-01-2010 03:37:42




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 Re: Case 530 Serial Number in reply to Robert Laurin, 03-31-2010 18:25:09  
Robert

If the serial number plate on the right side panel is gone, this group could help you narrow down to the approximate year with some pictures and/or some more information. Sorry about the Farmall affliction....thats a hard burden to bear, and I hear it's nearly incurable :)......

Does your 530 have:

1. An Eagle Hitch or a 3-point hitch?

2. a Triple Range or Dual Range transmission?

3. Hydrostatic power steering?

4. a cluster gauge (6 gauges under one glass) or individual gauges in the dash?

5. Is the rear axle flanged or is it adjustable with a keyway and a clamp-on hub?

6. Do your rear fenders connect to platforms (where your feet rest), or are they separate and distinct from the platforms?

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JICase

03-31-2010 20:12:26




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 Re: Case 530 Serial Number in reply to Robert Laurin, 03-31-2010 18:25:09  
Robert,
Serial number plate will be on the dash if its a 430. Two rivet holes if its missing.
Serial number plate on a 530 will be on the side tin which covers the bottom half of the gas tank from the chrome strip down. If the tin is gone, the serial number is gone.



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Dennis/Ohio

04-09-2010 03:10:51




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 Re: Case 530 Serial Number in reply to JICase, 03-31-2010 20:12:26  
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I"ve saved some pictures that help new guys understand 530 tag location. I"ll try to post them.

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