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bcdave

06-12-2012 21:36:00




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This tractor is for sale. What internal damage is done with a fire like this?
Dave




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bcdave

06-13-2012 18:07:22




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 Re: Case 611b in reply to bcdave, 06-12-2012 21:36:00  
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I haven't seen the tractor just pics. Here's a couple more pics. Would they have changed the tag?
Dave

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JGarner

06-14-2012 18:48:53




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 Re: Case 611b in reply to bcdave, 06-13-2012 18:07:22  
Where is this located?

Jim



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Case Nutty 1660

06-13-2012 20:19:21




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 Re: Case 611b in reply to bcdave, 06-13-2012 18:07:22  
in that pic of the left side it looks to me like the hood is short which confirms to me that yes it is a 600B chasis with 188 gas engine transplant from a 600 combine as Bro said the carb is not what a 600B would have but a combine power plant would have I can post pics of my 600B if you like to see the differance's cnt



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Adirondack case guy

06-13-2012 19:22:48




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 Re: Case 611b in reply to bcdave, 06-13-2012 18:07:22  
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Here is the left side of a 511B, 164 engine. In your pic. there is also a decal saying Dual Range Drive on the panal beside the tank. That would have been off a 700 tractor. It appears that the carb on that tractor is a Zenith, and not consistant with a Case 148,159,188,207 engine which appears to be in that tractor.
Damage appears minimal, but by the time you get it into showroom condition you will have spent several thousand $$ in tires, paint, electrical, seat, dash cluster, etc. The drive train and engine are ????? It's your money on the line. I would say that if it was looking and running good it would still only be worth $4-4,500.oo to a Case man.
Loren

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bcdave

06-13-2012 21:01:43




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 Re: Case 611b in reply to Adirondack case guy, 06-13-2012 19:22:48  
Thanks. You all probably saved me a bundle. I'd best concentrate on the projects in the shed.
Dave



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casecollectorsc

06-13-2012 16:48:41




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 Re: Case 611b in reply to bcdave, 06-12-2012 21:36:00  
My 310 has the battery cover like that and fuel cover also. But muffler is outside hood! Think it's a 611.



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rdrash

06-13-2012 07:43:03




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 Re: Case 611b in reply to bcdave, 06-12-2012 21:36:00  
I might be wrong, but are u sure it is a 611b. I think I can see the exhaust coming through the hood not beside it and the oil filter is in front of the distributer not behind it. Might be the engine was changed to a g159. It would of had a g164.

Trevor
This post was edited by rdrash at 08:03:30 06/13/12.



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Case Nutty 1660

06-13-2012 13:49:02




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 Re: Case 611b in reply to rdrash, 06-13-2012 07:43:03  
you are right on the muffler and look at the oil filter its a 530 or 630 as it has COM, the 164 600B block had the filter close to the fuel tank cnt



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Adirondack case guy

06-13-2012 15:14:55




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 Re: Case 611b in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 06-13-2012 13:49:02  
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If it is a611B chasis, I had a heart transplant. A 164 RH side should look like this.
Loren



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Case Nutty 1660

06-13-2012 15:28:15




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 Re: Case 611b in reply to Adirondack case guy, 06-13-2012 15:14:55  
hay Bro didn't know you had a heart transplant He He am going to have to look at my 600B I don't remember it having a hole for a fuel pump like yours if that's what I am seeing cnt



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Adirondack case guy

06-13-2012 18:33:02




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 Re: Case 611b in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 06-13-2012 15:28:15  
Hole is for PS pump.
Loren



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Adirondack case guy

06-13-2012 19:36:48




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 Re: Case 611b in reply to Adirondack case guy, 06-13-2012 18:33:02  
Brain Fart Bro. Thinking about the round hole in timing gear cover, not the 2 bolt hole for a fuel/lift pump.



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Case Nutty 1660

06-13-2012 20:00:11




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 Re: Case 611b in reply to Adirondack case guy, 06-13-2012 19:36:48  
hahahhhahaahahahahahah ok Bro



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j hikemper

06-13-2012 03:55:55




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 Re: Case 611b in reply to bcdave, 06-12-2012 21:36:00  
looks like the tire rotted off ,?, not burned off ?, rite.?..if so i think there is simple enuf potential ,,



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Stumpy(NH)

06-13-2012 03:07:50




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 Re: Case 611b in reply to bcdave, 06-12-2012 21:36:00  
Not much. Looks like just the top was burnt. The tranny, rear end and torque tube still have paint on them. Temps couldn't have goten too high. I would fix that in a heartbeat. Only question would be the Hydraulic's seals right under the dash.

New tire, wiring, fluids, seat....dash cluster$$$$ and back in business!

Wish I didn't sell my 611B. Would have been perfect with my baler. :(

Stumpy

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