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selling case tractor, wheres the best place?

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mippy

07-23-2011 21:54:42




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1941 case dc, needs new crankshaft bearings, I am not expirenced enough to fix it and I can't afford to have someone else do it. I hate to part with it, it is my first tractor it looks pretty rough but it is a workhorse! where would be a good place to advertise it and what should I ask? It has new ring gear on the flywheel and new back tires on it. Any advise would be great!
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970

07-24-2011 17:04:05




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 Re: selling case tractor, wheres the best place? in reply to mippy, 07-23-2011 21:54:42  
Craigslist?



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DKase

07-24-2011 05:49:24




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 Re: selling case tractor, wheres the best place? in reply to mippy, 07-23-2011 21:54:42  
If your crankshaft is not to flat changing rods is an easier job than changing that ring gear. The rods will come out the bottom without removing the pistons. Removing the oil pan is the biggest job, but easier than working through the hand holes.



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mippy

07-24-2011 20:46:22




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 Re: selling case tractor, wheres the best place? in reply to DKase, 07-24-2011 05:49:24  
good news is I already have the pan off! I am learning as I go, is changing the rods easier than replacing the bearings? does it come in one piece all togeather? What does something like that cost? Thank You!!!



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DKase

07-25-2011 04:46:13




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 Re: selling case tractor, wheres the best place? in reply to mippy, 07-24-2011 20:46:22  
Rods are babbited. No replaceable insert. I usually have enough used ones around that are useable that I have never had to buy one. Any good automotive machine shop will be able to tell you who can renew the babbit.



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wilson

07-24-2011 05:34:10




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 Re: selling case tractor, wheres the best place? in reply to mippy, 07-23-2011 21:54:42  
A bad connecting rod and be changed without removing the head or pan I have done it in one hour through the hand holes. Don't give up yet. Sand crank after finding high spot if necessary and replace rod with USED rod from guys on this site.



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wilson

07-24-2011 05:29:39




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 Re: selling case tractor, wheres the best place? in reply to mippy, 07-23-2011 21:54:42  
does it have crome strips on hood? location? those cranks can be rough and still give soevice in low load situations. what is tractor used for? If your in southern ind or anywhere near peoris il possibly I could help



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mippy

07-25-2011 21:04:28




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 Re: selling case tractor, wheres the best place? in reply to wilson, 07-24-2011 05:29:39  
Hi, it does have chrome strips, I am actually in WA state, a little far away.. I am going to try a little harder to fix it before I give up, can I get new bearings or do the rods come with bearings on them? I know nothing about tractors, I am learning with this one as I go so bear with me!!! Thank you!!



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wilson

07-26-2011 03:59:13




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 Re: selling case tractor, wheres the best place? in reply to mippy, 07-25-2011 21:04:28  
crome strips are very valuable as the tractor was made in transition years between cc and dc. rear is most likely cc with road gear Does it have sliding axels or is rear wheels held on with 6 bolts?? Babbit means the rod had its own nonremovable bearing so to speak poured in the bore around the crank. by pulling thr piston down till the top of the rod is visable the stud at the top of rod can be removed allowinf the wrist pin to slide out lettint the rod to be removed while the top of the piston and the rings are still in the liner of also called the sleeve.

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