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Tractor Pulling Discussion Forum

Case 311b

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08-05-2020 12:22:52

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Hey guys I have a case 311b that I would like to set up for pulling but I am not very familiar with case i was hoping to get some advise on what I could do to make it pull better like hitch setups, tire size and types, and some engine mods from little things to major engine work I will start out farmstock but I will build bigger as time goes on thanks in advance!

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08-27-2020 04:34:05

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 Re: Case 311b in reply to Ethan1, 08-05-2020 12:22:52  
Not a direct bolt in, the block has to be redrilled, It is a bit of work to get it right, there are starter issues that must be addressed. Have done several and can tell you if the tractor is set up with big tires and a good hitch even that engine is marginal for power in stock form on a good hard pulling track.

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08-05-2020 19:07:31

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 Re: Case 311b in reply to Ethan1, 08-05-2020 12:22:52  
A motor from a case combine will be a good place to start. 65 hp or so to start. Don't remember what number of combine. 38" rims. 15.5 tires. Get rid of all hyd. Including 3 point all of it. Above all have fun! Lol Vic

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08-05-2020 19:51:20

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 Re: Case 311b in reply to VicS, 08-05-2020 19:07:31  
Ok man I appreciate it! Maybe I can figure out what combine it is lol

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08-06-2020 12:51:31

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 Re: Case 311b in reply to Ethan1, 08-05-2020 19:51:20  
It's a late model 660 201cu. Early 188 same as a 530 . Block should be a inch longer than yours.

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08-10-2020 04:00:03

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 Re: Case 311b in reply to VicS, 08-06-2020 12:51:31  
So a 201 or a 188 diesel will interchange?

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08-10-2020 17:31:34

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 Re: Case 311b in reply to Ethan1, 08-10-2020 04:00:03  
Yes. But gas easier, cheaper and will make more hp. That said I pull two Diesels.

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08-20-2020 06:49:45

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 Re: Case 311b in reply to VicS, 08-10-2020 17:31:34  
Oh ok so will it bolt right up or will I have to change some things?

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