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Questions about Case 400

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Stephen F

09-07-2010 16:10:18

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Recently purchased another Case 400, which is gas. I have found out that the nose cone on this tractor is longer than my diesel 400 nose cones. Could this possibly mean that this is a super or is this the nature of the gas 400? Any help is greatly appreciated.

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09-08-2010 04:18:36

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 Re: Questions about Case 400 in reply to Stephen F, 09-07-2010 16:10:18  
presume you're talking about the large 400's.

The 400,700,800,730,830 westerns (and standards??) had different front bolsters which were shorter than the row-crop/general purpose models. That might be what you're seeing here.

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09-08-2010 16:42:25

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 Re: Questions about Case 400 in reply to INCase, 09-08-2010 04:18:36  
No all of the tractors im working with are row-crop. i dont under stand why three out of the four tractors we own have long nose. Only the one tractor has a short nose. By the way im building the gas in to a puller any one have any cheap horse power ideas.

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09-09-2010 07:07:08

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 Re: Questions about Case 400 in reply to Stphen, 09-08-2010 16:42:25  
Can't remember if both the western's AND standards had the short front. The standards may not have.

A couple pictures of all of them would help us identify what you've got.

I've heard of guys modifying the block and putting in 830 or 870 pistons and sleeves and working the heads and putting bigger valves in. LP heads would give you more compression and a bit more HP too.

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