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teamjunkyard

04-16-2006 23:11:19




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trying to id a friends tractor. I am not a case nut, so am looking for help. seems to be a 300 or 311. what is the difference in the two. thanks




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Joe (Wa)

04-17-2006 00:17:39




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 Re: 300 or 311 in reply to teamjunkyard, 04-16-2006 23:11:19  
The 300 designates the series. Models in the 300 series:

301 diesel.

311 gas, wide front end, adjustable tread front & rear, general purpose model.

310 gas/LPG, wide front end, fixed tread front & rear. Utility model.

312 gas, narrow front end, daul or single front wheel, adjustable rear tread.

All models have "300" decals on the sheet metal. Model nr will be on the model/serial nr tag affixed to the dash.

Joe

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TimBinWV

04-17-2006 03:54:16




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 Re: 300 or 311 in reply to Joe (Wa), 04-17-2006 00:17:39  
Joe,Was the 312 a high-crop?Did Case make a high-crop? Teamjunkyard,Is the 300 for sale? If so,and near WV,Let me know. 3047516780



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'30 Series

04-17-2006 11:23:04




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 Re: 300 or 311 in reply to TimBinWV, 04-17-2006 03:54:16  
Case did make a 300 High Crop.
It did not have drop box axles like you might think.
It was simply a 300 with either single or dual front wheels and 11.2 x36 or 12.4 x 36 tires on the rear.
They did this by using the big cast spoke wheel which was common on the bigger 350, which later became the 500/600B and 630.
This also gave the 300 high crop a 24 mph road gear where as the normal 300 and 350 was only 20.
I don"t know off hand what the model designation on the serial no. tag might be.

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Joe (Wa)

04-17-2006 09:28:39




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 Re: 300 or 311 in reply to TimBinWV, 04-17-2006 03:54:16  
I don't know if they were designed high crop, we just called them row crop tractors. They were standard factory equipped with 36" rears, 301 & 311 with 28", 310 with 24". There is also a model 302 with 36" rears, I don't anything about it.

Joe



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teamjunkyard

04-17-2006 06:41:22




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 Re: 300 or 311 in reply to TimBinWV, 04-17-2006 03:54:16  
thanks for the help,,tractor isn't for sale.



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