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Odd 351 Case from AZ

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Don L.

10-11-2012 11:46:44

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Case 351 with a bad motor, what makes it odd is it has fiberglass side panels. Been sittin out here for too long. Now I will put it in the shed. Don L.

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10-11-2012 18:06:12

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 Re: Odd 351 Case from AZ in reply to Don L., 10-11-2012 11:46:44  
Is this the one you got a while back or another 300 with fiberglass. I have a 312 with the same side panels. I had it at Albert City in 2011.

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John Saeli

10-11-2012 18:01:52

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 Re: Odd 351 Case from AZ in reply to Don L., 10-11-2012 11:46:44  
Rear tire on this side looks good. Looks wider than the 13.9X36 that was standard.

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Adirondack case guy

10-11-2012 19:05:12

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 Re: Odd 351 Case from AZ in reply to John Saeli, 10-11-2012 18:01:52  
The tire looks a little "fat" doesent it? I remember that most if the tractors that we got, that had 13.9x36s were Firestones. They had a nice straight, flat laying tread. I always thought the "low section tire sizes were better, ai/ 13.9x36, 15.5x38. They had short sidewalls and little to no sidewall flex. Seamed like they bit and didn't roll or flex.

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10-11-2012 13:23:54

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 Re: Odd 351 Case from AZ in reply to Don L., 10-11-2012 11:46:44  
Nice looking 351

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Joe Young

10-11-2012 13:07:11

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 Re: Odd 351 Case from AZ in reply to Don L., 10-11-2012 11:46:44  
Now THAT one is rare!!! I've forgotten Don, does it have an EXP on the serial tag???

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Don L.

10-11-2012 17:20:26

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 Re: Odd 351 Case from AZ in reply to Joe Young, 10-11-2012 13:07:11  
NO EXP.on tag just model 351 serial # is 6081579.
Don L.

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