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Location: Southern Indiana Stone Country

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 09, 2018 3:09 am    Post subject: Re: Case 310 Reply to specific post Reply with quote

[quote="CVPost-Joe (Wa)"](quoted from post at 16:36:45 10/08/1Cool You must have missed the down arrow on my tag location pic.[quote]

Sorry Joe, I was looking @ the pics on a phone and the bottom arrow didn't show on the phone. I can see it clearly on the laptop.

I'm still kicking it around. I'd like to have it just because you don't see many in this shape. I think this tractor would be good for cleaning the barn, mowing the small horse lots we have, dragging the arena, working the garden and keeping hours OFF MY DAVID BROWN. It's a '75 Case/DB885 w/ 831.5 ORIGINAL hours.

Of course, the Mrs. wants to know "what I'm going to do with it". Funny, she never seems to have that thought when it comes to buying a horse! Very Happy Laughing Very Happy Laughing
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Location: Wagoner,Oklahoma

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 13, 2018 10:20 am    Post subject: Re: Case 310 Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Joe On point of interest to me - Notice the "bolt on skirts" in your picture that makes the large hood and side panels 2 piece,and gives access to the lower partsof the tractor such as hydraulics, and such at the bell housing area. I have that on mt 310 but the panels are long gone. I posted about this years ago and was told it must have been a home modification. I was sure it was factory because of the way it was done. Hereis proof, it must be pretty rare and maybe done so the loader did't bloch repair work as badly. Any way heres proof that tey are factory.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 13, 2018 3:49 pm    Post subject: Re: Case 310 Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Mr Bill this is my 1959 311B, the side panels are factory. They come off easy, 6 small bolts in captured nuts.

The sheet metal view is at the link. Side panels R & L p/n G13992 & G13993.

Joe search.html?csid 16733b908ea8ca136f3f7354178ab987&sl EN¤cy epc::mr48962ar440173

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