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  1. Wow, I thought $1 per pound was the upper limit...

    Wow, I thought $1 per pound was the upper limit for these. Anyone wants some even at that price contact me, lol.

    Bob
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    Noel, We've had excellent luck with the...

    Noel,

    We've had excellent luck with the stainless steel non-OEM chain that we sell, here is a link for the 16T sprocket loop:

    https://www.casegardentractorparts.com/c1chsnstst.html

    Bob
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    Harry, I guess the simple answer would be to...

    Harry,

    I guess the simple answer would be to just use the C33445 filter that is the OEM Ingersoll filter for the 3000/4000/6000/7000 series machines.

    Yes, they are pricey but wouldn't the...
  4. Josh, You didn't mention the length of the...

    Josh,

    You didn't mention the length of the hose that you are re-using from the TCV line to the heat exchanger but I am guessing that it is the early production style, about 4". Later tractors...
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    Dan, the T fittings are available from any of the...

    Dan, the T fittings are available from any of the dealers who post here. You can take a look at them here:

    https://www.casegardentractorparts.com/21hydteefi3p.html

    Bob
  6. The retaining brackets shown are factory OEM,...

    The retaining brackets shown are factory OEM, they did not use anything between the heat exchanger and mounting support or retaining brackets. Some type of cushion can't hurt.

    Bob
  7. Hello Josh, There are 2 different flow control...

    Hello Josh,

    There are 2 different flow control kits (L19 and M19) which are designed for short wheelbase and long wheelbase tractors respectively, but only one tube (ref #14 in the parts catalog)...
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    Noel, The design of the rear fenders changed...

    Noel,

    The design of the rear fenders changed with the 1980 production year tractors which was also the year that the wheelbase increased 2 inches. ( you may read in some posts discussion...
  9. Hope someone saves this little guy, there really...

    Hope someone saves this little guy, there really aren't many of these 107/117 tractors left as in their day when the Tecumseh engine failed they usually ended up as scrap. By the color of the engine...
  10. Seems like a pretty good deal for anyone that...

    Seems like a pretty good deal for anyone that needs a snow removal machine in that area.

    Bob
  11. That would be Union Grove, WI which is near...

    That would be Union Grove, WI which is near Milwaukee where this is posted.

    Bob
  12. If you are going to leave them as polished metal...

    If you are going to leave them as polished metal wouldn't a good clear coat accomplish what you are looking for?

    That should give somewhat of an original appearance, later models did have black...
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    Floyd, As noted there were pumps supplied from...

    Floyd,

    As noted there were pumps supplied from several vendors with either 1/2" and 9/16" input shafts. As far as the suction fittings, that was determined by model year variations, not by...
  14. Shell Rotella T 15W40 is my choice as it has a...

    Shell Rotella T 15W40 is my choice as it has a high zinc content similar to the 20w40 Ingersoll hydraulic fluid. I still stock the Ingersoll branded oil but it is expensive and a problem to ship...
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    The manual Gordy linked is close as he mentioned,...

    The manual Gordy linked is close as he mentioned, just for a 1971 instead of 1972 production tractor. Here's a link that will include your 1972 in the same manual: ...
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    Bopsie, Glad that you've found and joined the...

    Bopsie,

    Glad that you've found and joined the CCI site! These members know their Case/Ingersoll tractors and are very helpful, there are also several dealers that frequent this site who can...
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    dvoidfunk, We have the correct 166-0772 coil...

    dvoidfunk,

    We have the correct 166-0772 coil (genuine Onan OEM part) in stock and can offer you next day shipping for $7.23 from our location in Northern Illinois. PM me in order to get this...
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    propane1, I just noticed that your were in...

    propane1,

    I just noticed that your were in Canada, we can ship to PEI using USPS 1st Class Package International rather than Priority Mail International for $20.75 US. A second C23539 belt would...
  19. Not a 1976, 1986 was the first year for the...

    Not a 1976, 1986 was the first year for the 114yt. This one is likely a 1988 as it has silver rims. The Peerless 800 series transaxle is fairly bulletproof, the most common failure is the shifter...
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    While you could remove the tank to completely...

    While you could remove the tank to completely drain it I think that I would not since you still have fluid in the hydraulic cylinder and other components of the hydraulic system. Removing the tank...
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    Welcome sukosaki! You'll find plenty of useful...

    Welcome sukosaki!

    You'll find plenty of useful advice here from the many knowledgeable members here, there are also several dealers who can help with OEM parts and technical support.

    Glad that...
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    propane1, The correct OEM belt is p/n C23539,...

    propane1,

    The correct OEM belt is p/n C23539, we have plenty in stock for immediate shipment:

    https://www.casegardentractorparts.com/c2sndrbe40.html

    Bob
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    [QUOTE=lance;754599] Lance, I viewed the...

    Lance,

    I viewed the link that you posted for review and am not wanting to open a dispute regarding the subject but only offering my opinion from experience. The 167-1602 kits are used on many...
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    Not sure why there would ever be a reason to...

    Not sure why there would ever be a reason to unhook it, the mule drive and mounting frame should always be removed as one unit after the deck has been detached at the four mounting points and slid...
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    Guys, That method is the quickest if you are...

    Guys,

    That method is the quickest if you are young and strong unlike myself! With only 4 pins the deck can be separated from the mounting frame and slid out the side, not a big deal. (There are...
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