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#1 TimW OFFLINE  

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Posted February 02, 2017 - 07:50 PM

I stumbled upon  one of the Massey's that Ingersoll built in 1991.  I had never seen one come up for sale so I had to add it to the odd ball collection I have.  I thought it would be best to ask this question in the Case forum.  Would anybody know which Ingersoll model it would most closely cross to?  I was surprised to find out the Massey marked ones had the Kohler Magnum as to where it seems Ingersolls had Onans or Vanguards.  Other than the engine, should most things be crossed over to to an Ingersoll model.  As usual with strange models, I am having little or no luck finding much on it.  I will pull it out tomorrow and try to get a picture of it.  



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Posted February 02, 2017 - 08:13 PM

Also, it has a Kohler 12 Magnum and Hydraulic deck lift.  Also, typical hi-lo, non power steering.



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Posted February 02, 2017 - 08:18 PM

The Ingersoll 3012, with the differences being the Kohler instead of a Briggs, and the different hood and grille.


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Posted February 03, 2017 - 07:19 AM

The 2 experts on this topic are Tom and Casy @ hydriv.ca.

 

I have had a 222 with the Kohler M series that I believe is the mecanical equivilant. It is based on the place the hydraulic cooler is located in. In the front of the tractor is a 3 digit. In the steering tower a 4 digit.


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Posted February 03, 2017 - 06:23 PM

There was a 3012 kohler also. I have a Massey 214gtx. Go to Salempwr.com. Look under parts manuals for 3012 Kohler for the breakdown. I have yet to find the operators manual for mine. I'm currently repairing wiring for mine. Only differences between the Ingersoll variant is the hood and dash.
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I also got a 48" deck with mine. Plans are to use it as a mower next season.

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Posted February 03, 2017 - 06:25 PM

The 2 experts on this topic are Tom and Casy @ hydriv.ca.

I have had a 222 with the Kohler M series that I believe is the mecanical equivilant. It is based on the place the hydraulic cooler is located in. In the front of the tractor is a 3 digit. In the steering tower a 4 digit.

Your 222 also had the engine mounted 180 degrees from the 4 digit tractors. The Massey tractors and 4 digit Ingersolls had the pump mounted on the flywheel side. Which in turn means all front pto driven attachments spin the opposite direction.

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Posted June 01, 2017 - 04:22 PM

any one know where to get  spindle housing for a 48 inch deck?? I think its a rm48 its for a massey 216gtx same as ingersoll 3016.

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Posted June 01, 2017 - 07:02 PM

Those are rebuildable. You can check Salem power in Michigan but I'm guessing a complete assembly is pricey. I think a full set of bearings are around 65 bucks. Unless a shaft is chewed up, bearings would take care of it.

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Posted June 01, 2017 - 08:04 PM

Those are rebuildable. You can check Salem power in Michigan but I'm guessing a complete assembly is pricey. I think a full set of bearings are around 65 bucks. Unless a shaft is chewed up, bearings would take care of it.

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It is broken in half, I have a pic of a good one.

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Posted June 01, 2017 - 09:01 PM

That's a problem....
Best thing I could say is post a wanted add. Check eBay or other "case" sight.

After looking up some parts, here's a link that's a replacement for all decks, early and late models. http://www.casegarde...com/c4spho.html
That tells me you can broaden your search to pretty much all decks except the 60". Or just buy this one.

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