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John Calvet

08-31-2012 19:46:31




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Hi I have a gas case backhoe loader tractor dont know what model it is has a # on the plate 4012033 so if you can help me that would be kind thank you. dont know what year looks old.




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John Calvet

09-02-2012 15:04:13




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 Re: case backhoe loader gas eng in reply to John Calvet, 08-31-2012 19:46:31  
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here is a side pic of case backhoe



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Case Nutty 1660

09-02-2012 18:52:29




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 Re: case backhoe loader gas eng in reply to John Calvet, 09-02-2012 15:04:13  
looks like it has a self leveing linkage so my guess now is a 320 cnt



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John Calvet

09-02-2012 20:58:33




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 Re: case backhoe loader gas eng in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 09-02-2012 18:52:29  
Thank you so munch, Wheres is the best place to get more info on that tractor.Do you have any ideal what its weight is. I still have to pick it up the motor is stuck but plan to rebuild it.



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Case Nutty 1660

09-03-2012 04:52:19




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 Re: case backhoe loader gas eng in reply to John Calvet, 09-02-2012 20:58:33  
my book shows 7740 weight, 42hp, 21 cubic foot loader bucket capasity, 12'6" digging depth, any Case costruction dealer can order you a ops and parts book, in the pics it is missing the front grill so I can not say if it is a 320 or a 320B only differance is tin work and year so this is not a big deal for parts hope this helps cnt



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John Calvet

09-03-2012 13:51:44




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 Re: case backhoe loader gas eng in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 09-03-2012 04:52:19  

Thank you thats helps alot.have a very good day:)



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BarryfromIA

09-02-2012 06:34:57




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 Re: case backhoe loader gas eng in reply to John Calvet, 08-31-2012 19:46:31  
Thanks for the post of construction equipment. What is the source? I have been wondering what the color should be for a 210b. Barry.



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Case Nutty 1660

09-02-2012 10:33:45




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 Re: case backhoe loader gas eng in reply to BarryfromIA, 09-02-2012 06:34:57  
Barry that is a original Case prom pic, the 210B's were sold thru the AG dealers so this was the paint scheme, the 310 was also Flambeau and Desert Sunset color the 320/420 was all Fedral Yellow and sold thru Construction dealers



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Case Nutty 1660

09-01-2012 05:47:08




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 Re: case backhoe loader gas eng in reply to John Calvet, 08-31-2012 19:46:31  
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that serial number sounds like a loader number, tractor serial will be on dash tin depending on model can be in several different areas, can you post us a pic? I have added a few pics of older Case hoes for you to see maybey they will help you determine what you have cnt

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John Calvet

09-02-2012 07:37:20




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 Re: case backhoe loader gas eng in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 09-01-2012 05:47:08  
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here is a pic



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Case Nutty 1660

09-02-2012 10:36:15




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 Re: case backhoe loader gas eng in reply to John Calvet, 09-02-2012 07:37:20  
need to see a side view to be sure but looks like a 310 model, if it has a self leveling loader bucket a 320 cnt



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