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Working the Old Girls (pics)

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JHH

06-07-2011 20:10:58




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Put the old girls to work getting ready to seed grass around the new calf barn. First time out for the "300" in her new clothes.

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You can almost you smell the paint!

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JHH

06-09-2011 17:57:12




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 Re: Working the Old Girls (pics) in reply to JHH, 06-07-2011 20:10:58  
BIGDADDY4430 - The engine does not overheat but there is a gap at the back of the side covers where the hot air blows out and back across the operator. Days like today it is much more comfortable without the sidecovers.

JHH



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JHH

06-09-2011 17:52:54




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 Re: Working the Old Girls (pics) in reply to JHH, 06-07-2011 20:10:58  
Joe Young - Both the 300 and the 350 have a hydraulic interlock that will not let the pressure relieve from the one remote without putting pressure on the other remote. You cannot relieve the pressure if the tractor is not running.

JHH



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Joe Young

06-12-2011 12:37:30




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 Re: Working the Old Girls (pics) in reply to JHH, 06-09-2011 17:52:54  
JHH

If the tractor is not running, you should be able to relieve pressure from either or both hoses by moving the lever back and forth. There is nothing generating pressure if the pump isn't running.

I've always been able to neutralize the pressure on the remotes even with the tractor running, by watching the hoses. Move the lever in one direction and identify the hose that is under pressure by it's movement. Then tap the lever in the opposite way slightly to remove the pressure (you will find neutral before the opposite hose is pressurized). This is all based on the assumption there is no pressure being exerted on the hoses from an attached implement/cylinder. - Joe

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JHH

06-08-2011 15:31:08




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 Re: Working the Old Girls (pics) in reply to JHH, 06-07-2011 20:10:58  
800 with the pulling track leveling scraper, worked great for leveling the landscaping. Didn't get it switched to the 830 yet.

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Brad Peters

06-08-2011 18:14:24




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 Re: Working the Old Girls (pics) in reply to JHH, 06-08-2011 15:31:08  
Did you get the power steering to work on the 300? How's it work?



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rcgrey

06-08-2011 21:11:41




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 Re: Working the Old Girls (pics) in reply to Brad Peters, 06-08-2011 18:14:24  
Brad, The power steering works good thanks for the used parts. I would do the same thing to the "350" if I can find a combine hyd pump and a charlyn motor. You might have to try some belt dressing on that clutch lol. Will you be @ muddyrun on 7/2 ?



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Adirondack case guy

06-08-2011 19:08:20




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 Re: Working the Old Girls (pics) in reply to Brad Peters, 06-08-2011 18:14:24  
Brad.
Will you find your way back up to Sharon Springs this fathers day weekend. Gregg Wayland who posted pics of his 1270 is planning on being there and I hope Fred G will make it there also.
Loren The Acg.



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Brad Peters

06-08-2011 15:03:58




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 Re: Working the Old Girls (pics) in reply to JHH, 06-07-2011 20:10:58  
Jim and John, Sure looks nice! Is that the 830 with the belly scraper on it? It"s got hot and dry now-not good for new grass seed! I"m having clutch issues with my 300. Double disk is slipping.



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NickatKY

06-08-2011 12:45:21




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 Re: Working the Old Girls (pics) in reply to JHH, 06-07-2011 20:10:58  
Great pictures!!!!
I really like seeing them earn their keep.
Is that a 700 or 800?
Those sure are some nice looking tractors.
Thanks for posting Nick



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j heikemper

06-08-2011 21:06:26




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 Re: Working the Old Girls (pics) in reply to NickatKY, 06-08-2011 12:45:21  
hi Nick , It looks to be a 800 judging from the Inch pedal valve body ,..thanx for all the pix and vidz



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BIGDADDY4430

06-08-2011 07:44:41




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 Re: Working the Old Girls (pics) in reply to JHH, 06-07-2011 20:10:58  
Beutiful!!Does the motor get to warm with the panels on while working the tractor?



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d beatty

06-08-2011 06:47:56




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 Re: Working the Old Girls (pics) in reply to JHH, 06-07-2011 20:10:58  
Nice looking tractors. First time I have ever seen one with a full set of side panels.



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Ande

06-08-2011 05:28:37




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 Re: Working the Old Girls (pics) in reply to JHH, 06-07-2011 20:10:58  
Looks like another successful J.I.Case family!Enjoyed your pictures,and you putting them back to work,in their "church clothes"!



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Case Nutty 1660

06-08-2011 05:08:14




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 Re: Working the Old Girls (pics) in reply to JHH, 06-07-2011 20:10:58  
Very nice I also wish to say thanks for sharing cnt tom



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Joe Young

06-08-2011 03:32:37




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 Re: Working the Old Girls (pics) in reply to JHH, 06-07-2011 20:10:58  
They look great JHH! Thanks for sharing.

Is the second one a 351 or a 312? - Joe



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JHH

06-08-2011 03:56:21




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 Re: Working the Old Girls (pics) in reply to Joe Young, 06-08-2011 03:32:37  
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Joe, It's a 351. Its only short coming, it should have power steering.

Oh, and what is the procedure for relieving the pressure in the hydraulic couplers on these tractors so you can hook up the hoses?



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Joe Young

06-08-2011 06:51:43




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 Re: Working the Old Girls (pics) in reply to JHH, 06-08-2011 03:56:21  
JHH

I've always been able to just wiggle the lever slightly while watching the two "remote" hoses to find the neutral spot. If all else fails you can shut the tractor down and then release any pressure by moving the lever back and forth.

Power Steering would be nice on the 300/350 series, but if the worm gear system and pedestal are adjusted and serviced properly they don't steer too badly. I had a 430 that was terrible until I got it adjusted and serviced....

Thanks again for posting the pics of your "stablemates".... You've got a couple of really nice roundnoses. - Joe

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