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    Case 180 from Sarnia

    Tractor is now in my garage. Previous buyer 2 weeks ago contacted me to see if I was interested in it yesterday and I was.original seller gave him my phone number..Needs work, frame broke and rear remote needs gone,exhaust rotted. Its a project
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave0264 View Post
    Tractor is now in my garage. Previous buyer 2 weeks ago contacted me to see if I was interested in it yesterday and I was.original seller gave him my phone number..Needs work, frame broke and rear remote needs gone,exhaust rotted. Its a project
    Still,,,, IT'S A 180!!! Quite complete and not a carcass! Do keep us posted, I have not seen any rebuild threads on 180s.

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    Will do..got engine running with cleaning fuel system and points.its does move forward and backward. So next step is frame repair. The vise grips in the one picture is holding frame

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    Congrats Dave! What a cool piece of CCI history.

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    there is a source for complete exhaust pipe and muffler if interested. One person making the exhaust pipe, one making the muffler. Very good quality and about 99% exact reproduction. PM me if interested and I will get u the contact info.

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    Nice,, Yeah that rear PTO is just a travel control valve turned sideways.. pretty certain that was not factory. Broken frames are the normal weal point on teh 130/180's..180's are awesome tractors.. you will love it!!! and those exhaust pipes and mufflers that Dittohead mentioned are awesome as well.. I have a set up on my 180

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    I have removed rear remote and hydraulic lines going to it.Somebody went to alot of work to hook that all up to run a snowblower. Which I think lead to frame issue

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    For the muffler and pipe, you might like this link.

    https://casecoltingersoll.com/showth...ht=180+muffler


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    Quote Originally Posted by dave0264 View Post
    I have removed rear remote and hydraulic lines going to it.Somebody went to alot of work to hook that all up to run a snowblower. Which I think lead to frame issue
    I would not think the snow caster would cause the frame issues. At least not like ramming things with a push blade, popping wheelies, yanking on tree stumps. All of which really stress the frame. Remember at its age we don't know how many PO's have beaten and abused that OLD girl


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