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211b vs 311b

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kenbob

03-15-2020 07:55:33




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Is the only differences between 211b and 311b tractors the smaller engine in the 211?




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BarryfromIA

03-16-2020 12:03:27




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 Re: 211b vs 311b in reply to kenbob, 03-15-2020 07:55:33  
My 210-bh has a 6 bolt flange type axle hub. I do not know it that is 210-b only or from an earlier model of something.



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Case Nutty 1660

03-16-2020 15:44:17




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 Re: 211b vs 311b in reply to BarryfromIA, 03-16-2020 12:03:27  
all model 210B's or 210BL or 210BH have the flanged axles the 211B's have the keyed axle the "H" is for high speed gearing,,



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kenbob

03-16-2020 15:43:00




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 Re: 211b vs 311b in reply to BarryfromIA, 03-16-2020 12:03:27  
This was the picture of the tractor advertised as a 311b. I had to attach the url link. I couldn't get pictures to work



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BarryfromIA

03-16-2020 07:18:56




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 Re: 211b vs 311b in reply to kenbob, 03-15-2020 07:55:33  
I kinda thought a 200 was a cheaper to produce tractor because of the 10 24 tires on the 210b and the 6 volt electrical system. Maybe they were using surplus VAC parts. I do not know what size tires were sold on a 211b.



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Case Nutty 1660

03-16-2020 09:12:17




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 Re: 211b vs 311b in reply to BarryfromIA, 03-16-2020 07:18:56  
all 200 Series were indeed 6 volt,, sure it saved a couple bucks,, std rear tire on a 211B was 11.2 x 28,, a 210B has 24" rears,, only parts a VA Series had in common with a 200 was the fenders
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kenbob

03-16-2020 07:56:19




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 Re: 211b vs 311b in reply to BarryfromIA, 03-16-2020 07:18:56  
I thought it was odd, this tractor had a 6v battery, but it turned over slow so I thought maybe they put the wrong one in.



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BarryfromIA

03-16-2020 07:18:29




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 Re: 211b vs 311b in reply to kenbob, 03-15-2020 07:55:33  
I kinda thought a 200 was a cheaper to produce tractor because of the 10 24 tires on the 210b and the 6 volt electrical system. Maybe they were using surplus VAC parts. I do not know what size tires were sold on a 211b.



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Case Nutty 1660

03-16-2020 05:11:48




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 Re: 211b vs 311b in reply to kenbob, 03-15-2020 07:55:33  
engine bore, dash, fenders several EH parts,, hood and air cleaner are a few I can say off the top of my head, the 200 was built to have a model for model lineup with deere, they sold very well but there was no need for two units within 4hp of each other so production was dropped, the 430 was a direct replacement for the 200 and 300 and used the same basic hood, dash and fenders as the 200 (same as VA series fenders also)

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kenbob

03-16-2020 06:32:55




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 Re: 211b vs 311b in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 03-16-2020 05:11:48  
Nutty, Thanks for the clarification. I am beginning to think the tractor I looked at 3 years ago in KS but did not buy was a 351 instead of a 300. It sure was bigger than the 211b as I remember it. I had never seen (or knew of) a 351 at that time and it was advertised as a 300. Now I own a 351. The one I bought is in so much better shape than the one I did not buy so no regret there.



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kenbob

03-15-2020 08:03:50




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 Re: 211b vs 311b in reply to kenbob, 03-15-2020 07:55:33  
The reason I asked is the 311b sold yesterday had the dash as pictured on the 211b in Tractor data (individual guages). The parts catalog seems to indicate the 311b had the cluster like the original 300. Like a dope I didn't look for a serial plate. I thought the tractor looked smaller than the 300 I looked at some time ago but old man memories are not reliable.



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c.amick

03-15-2020 16:55:42




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 Re: 211b vs 311b in reply to kenbob, 03-15-2020 08:03:50  
Your statements are correct, the 211 has individual gauges and a smaller engine.



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kenbob

03-15-2020 18:51:06




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 Re: 211b vs 311b in reply to c.amick, 03-15-2020 16:55:42  
So the tractor sold was mis-identified. Was it lighter built than the 311 or the same except for the engine?



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