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anyone know about Case W8

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Metro

06-19-2012 18:25:42




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I have an old Case W8 frontend loader. I am trying to track down brake parts but I don't know where to begin. There are no numbers to tell me what model W8B, W8C, W8E ect. The books are $150 and if I get the wrong one it won't help. This loader has the gas engine and a cab (some did not) I am guessing a 68-72 era loader.




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Case Nutty 1660

06-19-2012 18:32:00




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 Re: anyone know about Case W8 in reply to Metro, 06-19-2012 18:25:42  
is the serial plate still on it? if so post the serial# and I will see if I can narrow it down for you cnt



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Metro

06-19-2012 18:56:37




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 Re: anyone know about Case W8 in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 06-19-2012 18:32:00  
where would or should it be? thanks



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Case Nutty 1660

06-19-2012 19:03:22




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 Re: anyone know about Case W8 in reply to Metro, 06-19-2012 18:56:37  
the W-7"s I have been around had them riveted to the dash panel under the gauges cnt



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