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Posted September 19, 2017 - 09:48 PM

I have decided to start a new thread on the new project I have started. A Case 195 that needs rebuilt. Originally my son had the tractor but after starting school and running out of room brought it out for me to do. Here is a link to his thread http://gardentractor...art-on-the-195/

 

Here is what the tractor looked like when it was brought into the garage over the weekend. IMG_20170916_163534000_HDR (2).jpg  I don't know for sure which year it is but looking at the parts diagram and the parts I have pulled off I think it is an 1967. The engine did not show a lot of wear on the cylinder wall once the head was taken off.IMG_20170916_175308953 (1).jpg . My big concern is finding a gear to fix the one on the end of the steering shaft.IMG_20170917_103708862 (1).jpg The transmission looks good once it was pulled apart and all the bearings are in good shape, just some rust on the shift rail. IMG_20170916_171636643.jpg . Now just time to do some cleaning and get ready to repaint the frame and transmission. IMG_20170917_105312633.jpg


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Posted September 20, 2017 - 06:43 AM

This will be informative to watch, as I know nothing about these! Carry on!


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Posted September 24, 2017 - 10:30 AM

Update from this weekend;  To start with yesterday was spent putting the transmission/differential back together. I spent 4-5 hours working on it and at 10pm last night it was finally back together. Started off by cleaning up the transmission case again 100_0521.JPG . I installed new axle seals and had to make my own gaskets for the axles and transmission cover. 100_0524.JPG . The first try to put the axles in nothing was lining up for the gears and the differential after taking everything back out and looking at the parts book I noticed there was a shim missing that goes over the axle just before it goes into the differential gears. After a trip to town I had the shim and tried again this time one axle went in but the other axle when installed locked up everything.  :wallbanging: I had to run into work for a couple of hours and when i came back i pulled everything out and started over with installing the axle that caused everything to bind up. It went in fine but the other side would not line up, I ended up loosing up the axle housing bolts so the axle would line up and finally the rear axles were done. The top shaft that shift from high to low went in with no issues and so did the hydraulic drive motor. FYI, to take out or tighten the bolts that hold the motor in requires a 9/16" u-joint socket. 

100_0525.JPG 100_0527.JPG today was spent cleaning up the outside of the housing along with the main frame of tractor. I had a half-full can of primer on the shelf i sprayed on both for now to keep the flash rust away. I need to get some more 2k primer for my paint gun to finish them. 


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Posted September 24, 2017 - 05:55 PM

That's going to be nice when you get it done, I got very lucky with mine. I had it at a friend's house for a month just got it home today not going to restore just need to work on the muffler, replace a hose and work on the deck and found this muffler at a yard sale Sat.

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Posted September 24, 2017 - 08:31 PM

Casinojim-yours looks nice also. Can I ask a favor? There is a bar that goes from the dash to the front grill the gas tank is clamped to. Would you be able to take some measurements along with a picture? Mine is missing and I will have to fabricate a replacement.  


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Posted September 25, 2017 - 07:12 PM

yep will be about 2 hours  I took better ones this morning will post when i get home 

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Posted September 26, 2017 - 03:13 PM

Thanks CasinoJim those pictures will help a lot.

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Posted September 26, 2017 - 05:08 PM

now i need some help. trying to see if I can make this muffler work but it looks like i am missing a few inches off my exhaust pipe, how much? and looks like the muffler is a little bigger than   the original how much more???? please send pics and measurements thanks   

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Posted September 26, 2017 - 09:34 PM

Here you go, 100_0528.JPG 100_0529.JPG 100_0531.JPG 100_0533.JPG The one pic is a little sideways but the diameter is right at 4" and 6" is the length for the muffler. The one bar on the muffler bolts the one of the bottom bolts on the engine flywheel cover.  The length of the pipe from the manifold to the muffler is 14" following all the curves. 



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Posted September 26, 2017 - 09:59 PM

I took these this morning. but tonight got home did a quick mod of it,and it's too round ⚫ hits the fuel pump. And too long..don't think it will work .dang guess have to hit somemore yard sales 😀! thanks for the pictures and measurements..

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Posted September 30, 2017 - 08:48 AM

Slow progress this week. I was able to get the main frame and transmission bolted together and a coat of Flambeau Red on them.IMG_20170930_081849244.jpg The picture due to lighting makes it look more red than it does. Now the bad part, before the picture was taken I had the transmission hanging from a cherry picker. While I was tightening the bolts mounting the frame up I rocked it just enough that the bar on the cherry picker rocked out of the hook. :wallbanging:  Nothing broke but I have 2 spots on the frame to straighten out along with both brake rotors have a bent spot now. The rotors are going to take some time and patients but i will get them straightened. 


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Posted October 26, 2017 - 09:14 PM

There has been very little progress on the tractor for the last 2 weeks due. Had to take a trip out west for my son's wedding and work schedule with 2 jobs has not allowed much time. What I have gotten done is repainted all the steel hydraulic lines, which is a major pain. Trying to get all the sides covered and even and no runs will test your patients I found out. I was able to get the frame sitting on a wood block and jack stands to make it easier to put back together. This weekend the plan is to get the engine repainted and installed along with most of the hydraulic lines. I will have some picture to add this weekend. 


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Posted October 29, 2017 - 06:32 PM

Some progress this weekend-IMG_20171029_173104939.jpg More parts were painted and some were installed (brakes, hydraulic drive lines, and control valve). I ended up getting the engine bolted in the frame. IMG_20171029_173054080.jpg The ignition coil is going to be replaced along with the spark plug. One of the hydraulic lines to the cooler made me unbolt and re-bolt down the engine twice due to it having to fit under the frame rail. IMG_20171029_180543679.jpg I still have to prep and repaint the main shaft the lift arms and foot pads attach to before installing, along with the front axles and rims. Then it will be onto the parts that are painted desert sunset tan. 


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Posted November 01, 2017 - 12:41 PM

thats looking great   :rocker2:



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Posted November 12, 2017 - 01:46 PM

An update on some slow progress. The past two week have been spent finishing up painting the Flambeau red parts. The 4 rims where done yesterday 100_0535.JPG . The lift cylinder has been installed along with the new hydraulic pump.100_0536.JPG . The front axle (minus the rims and tires) is back together now. 100_0537.JPG I have 2 new 5 rib tires ordered for the front, the back tires I will be reusing the original tires and tubes. I plan on starting on cleaning and painting the tan parts next weekend. 

 

Any Case experts know where or what this part is for? IMG_20171112_110140511.jpg It is the only part i cannot figure out where it came off of the tractor. :wallbanging:  I figure it must be for and attachment since it does not show up in the parts manual. 


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