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09-25-2020 10:43:49

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I recently purchased my first tractor. I was told it is a Case 380 but it's very clear to me now this is not correct. It looks more like a 310 based on images I've found. Still it's a running tractor/loader/backhoe so I'm happy with the purchase. I would like to find out the actual model so I can secure some manuals for routine maintenance as well as fixing the thing I'm sure I'll break while working my property.

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09-25-2020 11:18:07

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 Re: Help Identifying in reply to CaseGeneva, 09-25-2020 10:43:49  
Appears identical to my 1959 310B ldr/hoe. I've located a parts book for the hoe, ldr and tractor, owners manual for all 3 but not specific repair manuals. Most of that info for ldr and hoe would be in an early Allied Eqpt service manual for the Case industrial eqpt, and the tractor repair would be in the Case Ag tractor svc manual for the unit. Waste NO money on anything other than Case publications. There should be a id plate riveted to a ldr arm, a serial plate on the boom for the hoe and the id plate on the side of the instrument cluster. In looking for info for mine, I found that at least 3 different hoes and 2 different ldrs where supplied on the eqpt by Case. Larry

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09-28-2020 04:52:08

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 Re: Help Identifying in reply to oldproudvet, 09-25-2020 11:18:07  
Thanks for the reply and the ID. I'll start looking for Case publications.

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09-26-2020 09:14:39

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 Re: Help Identifying in reply to oldproudvet, 09-25-2020 11:18:07  
Looks just like my 1958 310B.I rebuild the Bendix power assist steering on those tractors.580-603-0063

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09-28-2020 05:15:21

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 Re: Help Identifying in reply to bob57, 09-26-2020 09:14:39  
That sounds very interesting as my current steering cylinder came broken. I'll send you a note. Thanks.

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