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Case Model or La

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R Rahmier

11-06-1999 15:29:25

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Today I bought either a case La or L I dont know which one how can you tell the difference. How much Do they weigh and where can I find parts.I know It needs a manifold gasket.

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R Rahmier

11-09-1999 15:15:32

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 Re: Case Model or La in reply to R Rahmier, 11-06-1999 15:29:25  
Igot the serial number off the engine just above the generatorbut somebody told me the engine is from a L,will they interchange?The number is L4210750. Is there a number on the tractor itself. The pto doesnt seem to want to disengage and the gear shift is hard to move in and out of the casting it goes into. The tractor was used on a sawmill so It mostly sat there it also has hydralics are they live? Theres a picture of it at www.photopoint.com use my email address rrahmier@hotmail.com and go into recreation folder

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Al Kirmer

11-15-1999 12:57:20

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 Re: Re: Case Model or La in reply to R Rahmier, 11-09-1999 15:15:32  
I looked at your pictures... Looks like an LA that someone has put an L engine in. Yes they will interchange. It looks like the engine is painted Grey. It so that is consistant with the L since the L's were painted grey. The tractor is definately an LA. I can tell by the radiator and the general look. Looks like it is half L and half LA.

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11-08-1999 14:54:20

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 Re: Case Model or La in reply to R Rahmier, 11-06-1999 15:29:25  
The clutch pushes forward to engage on a LA and pulls back to engage on a L. Also the LA has a
"roadspeed" gear but the L doesn't.

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11-08-1999 07:24:09

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 Re: Case Model or La in reply to R Rahmier, 11-06-1999 15:29:25  
Sounds like you should start by looking at the serial number to find out what you have before you go buying anything....?

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11-07-1999 07:41:57

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 Re: Case Model or La in reply to R Rahmier, 11-06-1999 15:29:25  
Look at the hood and notice if it is angular(L) at the top or curved(LA). I am assuming there is no paint. Ls had steel wheels or cutoffs with rubber so if there are flat spokes for wheels it is a L. Check out the archives for photos.

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11-06-1999 21:14:14

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 Re: Case Model or La in reply to R Rahmier, 11-06-1999 15:29:25  
With a little more information we can help you here at Caseworld.
You can e-mail us direct or visit our website at www.geocities.com/caseworld/index.html

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