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07-23-2014 21:16:06

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I just picked up a 1956 Case 310 tractor and someone put the wrong gov. spring on it and I'm trying to find the part number for the spring. I have found a few places online that have a few different gov. springs, I need the part number for the governor spring so I'm sure I get the right one.

It's a 1956 Case 300 round nose with a 4 cylinder gas motor.

here are the numbers I found for the spring..... .. G48510....G48511.....48514.....48515 but I'm not sure any of the numbers are for the right spring for the tractor.

Does anyone know the right part number for the gov. spring for my old case?
This post was edited by ron-capone at 21:25:19 07/23/14 3 times.

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John Saeli

07-24-2014 04:58:00

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 Re: Case governor spring in reply to ron-capone, 07-23-2014 21:16:06  
We stock the correct spring.
Saeli Implement

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