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Dealer for NOS Case Model D (1939-1944) Parts

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Nigel Apperley

05-22-2011 21:26:34




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Hi all,
Can someone provide the name of a dealer for NOS Case D parts.
Regards Nigel




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NickatKY

05-23-2011 13:27:43




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 Re: Dealer for NOS Case Model D (1939-1944) Parts in reply to Nigel Apperley, 05-22-2011 21:26:34  
Nigel;
If you would list the parts you need someone may be able to help you. Nick



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Nigel Apperley

05-23-2011 17:47:12




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 Re: Dealer for NOS Case Model D (1939-1944) Parts in reply to NickatKY, 05-23-2011 13:27:43  
Some of what I'm chasing , but certainly not all are:-
Choke rod 01062AB1
Radiator Cap Spring 04781AB
Pin Front Axle 07055AB
Regards Nigel



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Tommy Railsback

05-23-2011 18:52:21




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 Re: Dealer for NOS Case Model D (1939-1944) Parts in reply to Nigel Apperley, 05-23-2011 17:47:12  
I am the J.I. Case Collector's technical expert on the D series. I seriously doubt that you will be able to find these parts as NOS. For the choke rod, simply take a length of number 9 wire and cut it to length and bend it as shown in the parts book which, by the way, is online at CNH.com.
For the radiator cap bail, I have made them out of wire coat hangers; it takes a bit of trial and error to get it correct.
The axle pin would also be easy to make out of a piece of steel stock of the proper diameter.

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Nigel Apperley

05-23-2011 19:11:42




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 Re: Dealer for NOS Case Model D (1939-1944) Parts in reply to Tommy Railsback, 05-23-2011 18:52:21  
Thanks Tommy,
Doesn't hurt to ask to find out where I stand and what I have to do.
Regards Nigel



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