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06-03-2004 20:20:56

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Can I take the oil pan off my Case 310 without removing the front axle. I think it is the utility model with the cast iron wide front end. Also is the piston sleeves in this engine wet or dry sleeves. Thanks Steve.

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Mike Johnston

06-04-2004 21:01:12

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 Re: CASE 310 QUESTION in reply to Steve, 06-03-2004 20:20:56  
You will have to drop the axle & brackets at both ends of the pan. Its really no big deal.

The IT manual is a little misleading on dropping the pan on this tractor. It simply says "...remove the radius rod..." to drop the pan. That by itself won't do it. The brackets AND the radius rod (big A-frame looking thing) need to come off.

They tricycle type is the only tractor in this series that the pan can be dropped without removing other parts.

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06-04-2004 20:00:49

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 Re: CASE 310 QUESTION in reply to Steve, 06-03-2004 20:20:56  
Mine was a narrow front converted to a wide front with some barnyard engineering and home made brackets, but the front had to come off to replace the oil pan gasket.

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06-04-2004 04:53:57

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 Re: CASE 310 QUESTION in reply to Steve, 06-03-2004 20:20:56  
maybe you can just loosen up the front.if I recall the support that bolts to the rear of oil pan is what got in my way.get the book it helps so much and they should be wet sleeves!

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