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caseman-d

07-08-2012 09:10:06




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Bought this Case 500 for some reason. Not sure if I want to use it as a parts tractor or maybe hook a 377 619 propane engine in it. I think what happened was the rod bolts broke. The part sticking out of the block is the bottom of the rod, looks like the rod cap is missing. Not interested in selling pieces as some people are just as-holes when it comes to buying used parts. With the position of the rod I think it would drive it's self off the trailer. Also the tractor was fitted with a inline pump. Maybe I could put the pump into one of my 500's or 600's.
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Florida Glenn

07-10-2012 04:52:07




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 Re: Case 500 in reply to caseman-d, 07-08-2012 09:10:06  
What John said. Years ago, a friend of my Dad's repaired a hole in the block of an old "D" with a patch that when he was done, you would swear it came from the factory that way. If you didn't know better, you would think it was just another access hole to the inside of the motor. He cleaned up the hole, made a square plate that fit over the hole and then drilled and tapped holes all around this new plate, made a gasket and then bolted this plate in place, then painted it flambeau red. He was a master tractor mechanic. I would think repair would be limited to internal damage, especially to the crank.

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Hoss in me

07-09-2012 18:23:35




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 Re: Case 500 in reply to caseman-d, 07-08-2012 09:10:06  
Now mel,youse knows we guts meeces up here! Hoss,in Maine,where theys mooses.



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Hoss in me

07-09-2012 18:22:19




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 Re: Case 500 in reply to caseman-d, 07-08-2012 09:10:06  
Now mel,youse knows we guts meeces up here! Hoss,in Maine,where theys mooses.



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Hoss in me

07-08-2012 19:31:46




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 Re: Case 500 in reply to caseman-d, 07-08-2012 09:10:06  
I gots a nice 401 that would bolt right up to thet there mochine....,...,and a nice 520 also with an inline I put on it! Id drop the pan and check the od journal and put nother one on it. Hoss,,still in Maine



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mEl

07-09-2012 04:34:14




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 Re: Case 500 in reply to Hoss in me, 07-08-2012 19:31:46  
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Hoss in Maine, where there are no Moose!!!!!!!!!!!!

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John Saeli

07-08-2012 14:27:07




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 Re: Case 500 in reply to caseman-d, 07-08-2012 09:10:06  
Looks like a pretty stout ol'e girl. How much would it take to fix it? I've seen patches on blocks that were so good, they looked like they were supposed to be there.



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Harold or Caseman44

07-08-2012 10:28:59




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 Re: Case 500 in reply to caseman-d, 07-08-2012 09:10:06  
Hi there, I enjoyed looking at your photos of the Case 500 Diesel tractor that you have. I had one similar a few years back with a spun rod bearing on #2. I wond up keeping the almost new, matched set of Armstrong rear tires and rims, they are 30 inch tires. Keep the dual hydraulics, rear fenders complete, radiator and grille, starter etc. I have a 1949 Case LA tractor complete in running condition after I reinstall the water pump again. I love the 500 and 600 Case tactors. They are unique tractors and have a great sound. I am in Allentown, Pa. area, where do you live. I have many Case tractors and parts. Thanks for posting. Harold

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caseman-d

07-08-2012 10:38:41




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 Re: Case 500 in reply to Harold or Caseman44, 07-08-2012 10:28:59  
Harold I am in western SD, not far from the WY border. I live just east of Sturgis SD and no I don't own a Harley lol.
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Doc Larry

07-08-2012 15:59:00




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 Re: Case 500 in reply to caseman-d, 07-08-2012 10:38:41  
Right - Who needs a Harley when you can just hop on your favorite Case and take a spin around the section, wind in your face! :)



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schrocky

07-09-2012 16:35:14




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 Re: Case 500 in reply to Doc Larry, 07-08-2012 15:59:00  
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