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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

identifying 310 Case

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04-26-2004 15:41:34

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I'm trying to figure out year and model letter of my 310 Case crawler - of course the tag is gone. Is there anywhere to trace it by engine number or indentifying changes in the machine - any help would be appreciated. Thanks

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04-27-2004 04:31:33

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 Re: identifying 310 Case in reply to Artl48, 04-26-2004 15:41:34  
OK Here goes!! ATC & Case merged November 15,1956 with official preview on December 13,1956. The 500 was the first small 310 size machine that had a torque converter,it's manufacturing was in the ATC building for a short time so it could have still had a continental engine well into the Case merger. Here is how the number ran 310&320...1957-1963....310C....1959-1960.... 310D...1960 ....310E....1961-1962 ...310F ....1963-1964....310G.....19641970 The early model could have been Desert sand& red or yellow depending on who sold them a Industrial dealer or Ag. dealer The 310F looked like the G with 5 roller bottom and square grille and the ones that I have seen had the controls in the dash still !! Also 310& 310C could have had 3 or four roller depending how it was ordered.
Have seen a 310E that had 5 roller bottom right at the end of production. I believe the serial number is stamped in the frame somewhere by the starter. You should be able to see it if you look close, maybe scrape paint away. If you want a link to someone that knows Case & TerraTrac pretty good and also has parts Email me and I will send you his link

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12-06-2004 16:50:09

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 Re: Re: identifying 310 Case in reply to Karen, 04-27-2004 04:31:33  
I saw your post. Please email me the link on the person that knows Case and Terratrack pretty well. I am also looking for a person that knows the parts well.


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04-26-2004 21:37:26

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 Re: identifying 310 Case in reply to Artl48, 04-26-2004 15:41:34  
The first Case 310 (1958) and 310B (1959) had three lower track rolls and a rounded grill, the headlites were mounted on top of the hood and had a single pack of leaf springs on each side. The 310C (1960) looked much the same but had 4 lower rolls. The 310 D (1961) had a flater hood with the headlites built into grill with eyebrows like the farm tractors, they also had 4 lower track rolls and the leaf springs. The 310 E (1962) had 5 track rolls and NO leaf springs. The 310 F (1963) had the hydraulic controls moved from the dash to the right side at the front of the arm rest. The 310 G (1964) all new sheet metal much squarer lines Flat grill, single lever controls for updn/angle. There were other differences, many internal, but this will be a good start.
Hope this helps

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04-26-2004 17:50:06

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 Re: identifying 310 Case in reply to Artl48, 04-26-2004 15:41:34  
I'm no expert on the 310s, but I had a 1958 which is the first year Case sold them after merging with Amercian Tractor Co. Mine had a Continental gas engine in it along with torque-converter drive. The later crawlers had Case engines, 148 gas engines or 188 diesels.

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