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Adirondack case guy

05-27-2013 17:08:29

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I backed the 511B and 400B back into my new woodshed tonight. I noticed a difference in the nose weights. The ones on the 411 had 6 holes in them,- casting #A20338 and Old Abe was upside down on the 411-H, sn#60232200, The 511B sn#6097184 had only 4 holes in it's nose weights. casting #C-1183, and Old Abe is wright side up.
Question is---waat are the narrow holes in the weights on the 411 for, and what does the "H" signify in the sn. tag on the 411.

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05-30-2013 16:10:39

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 Re: Case trivia and Questions in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-27-2013 17:08:29  
Might be H- for high altitude pistons.

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Straw Boss

05-27-2013 21:10:01

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 Re: Case trivia and Questions in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-27-2013 17:08:29  
H on the serial plate stands for high speed gearing option. An L signifies low speed option.
Can't say on the weights.

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Paul A Young

05-27-2013 18:38:19

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 Re: Case trivia and Questions in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-27-2013 17:08:29  
I'm going to make a guess at both.The narrow holes are for mounting on 7-830 narrow set of holes? Does the H mean it has high speed road gears?

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Adirondack case guy

05-27-2013 20:00:28

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 Re: Case trivia and Questions in reply to Paul A Young, 05-27-2013 18:38:19  
Paul, I don't know what the H stands for. Our 511, 430, and 300 triple range tractors will leave it and my 440 dual range, in the dust.

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05-27-2013 20:43:13

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 Re: Case trivia and Questions in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-27-2013 20:00:28  
Loran,"back'en the day. Homecomming parade in 69. The shiney new 4020 was getting all the attention!!! till after the parade! I unhooked the FFA wagon. Told dave bayor " hey I'll race ya to the grade school" (just over ah mile) he looked over at my little 530 and said "really"! I said yup bring it! Well off we went... 4020 took off didn't look good the 1st 1/4 but once I gott'er from direct into high range I sucked-up that 4020 and blew his a** away!!! Talk at the dance was. Dida see that little case blow-past that john deere!!! Man I was proud of that ole girl.

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Paul A Young

05-27-2013 20:13:44

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 Re: Case trivia and Questions in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-27-2013 20:00:28  
Someone will surely chime in on the"H" designation.Agreed my 511 triple range will just about pass cars.Lol

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