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#16 MNGB ONLINE  

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Posted October 31, 2019 - 12:55 PM

Hi Kster526, good deal on the 224 got got it looking great shined up real nice and the new seat really makes it look good


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Posted October 31, 2019 - 04:57 PM

Thank u sir got a little more work done.
Painted the rims,front grill ,auger and the interior of the snow caster
New tires on the rims . Front ones blew up easily the backs not do much
Will probably end up putting tubes in .
Enjoy watching what ur up to on yours also please keep the pics coming
The Case has really found a spot in my heart .
Really cannot wait to try it out this Winter

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Posted October 31, 2019 - 05:10 PM

Love to own a Case, but they are more than JD's down here. And a lot harder to find!


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Posted October 31, 2019 - 05:29 PM

Only the second one around here I have come across.
Still not sure were to find Case specific parts if I break something
Around here it’s green ,yellow and white .
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Posted November 03, 2019 - 05:18 PM

Finally got the back tires mounted,
even with tubes couldn’t get them to mount up easily.
Tied a strap around them again and broke three
different ones before the beads finally popped into place.
Mounted up the tire chains
now to figure out how I want to add the weights.
I’m sure that’ll be easier than mounting up those [email protected]& tires!

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Posted November 07, 2019 - 11:41 PM

When the tire's edge is far from the edge of the rim so it can't be pumped, I've used this trick. Tie a ratcheting strap along the tire right down the middle and tighten it. This forces the sides of the tire against the rim enough for a seal to happen. Then start pumping air in. When enough carefully undo the strap ratchet. One has to be really careful as it tends to slap back hard. I changed my rear tires on the 220 and a rear motorcycle tire this way.
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Posted November 08, 2019 - 06:50 AM

Love to own a Case, but they are more than JD's down here. And a lot harder to find!

But they are a lifetime purchase . . .

 

Only the second one around here I have come across.
Still not sure were to find Case specific parts if I break something

I know of three mail order Case/ Ingersoll dealers who give great service.

 

When the tire's edge is far from the edge of the rim so it can't be pumped, I've used this trick. Tie a ratcheting strap along the tire right down the middle and tighten it.

There is also a trick I haven't personally used yet, but others have sworn by.You spray starting fluid inside the tire and rim, light it, and the resulting explosion seats the bead. Yeah, I know! OSHA doesn't like it.


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Posted November 08, 2019 - 07:25 AM

But they are a lifetime purchase . . .
 

I know of three mail order Case/ Ingersoll dealers who give great service.
 

There is also a trick I haven't personally used yet, but others have sworn by.You spray starting fluid inside the tire and rim, light it, and the resulting explosion seats the bead. Yeah, I know! OSHA doesn't like it.

I've done that too many times with truck tires.
One more tip to that method is to clip on a air chuck and push air in as you're doing it. Otherwise it can seat and then back off if you don't. And no it doesn't blow all the ether out if you do it quick enough. Another tip is to also "spray a fuse" with the ether away from the tire about 5+ feet and light it up... That way you're not standing over it. Remember we have to be SAFE. 😉

I've seen truck tires jump off the ground if too much ether is sprayed in...!
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Posted November 08, 2019 - 08:32 AM

COULD YOU PLEASE SHARE THE CASE MAIL ORDER THAT YOU KNOW OF I WOULD GREATLY APPRECIATE IT.

 

JUST NOT INTO THE LIGHTING STARTING FLUID TO DO THAT. HOUSE IS PAYED FOR AND AM VERY FOND OF ALL MY FINGERS AND TOES!!!! :firejumper:


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Posted November 08, 2019 - 09:01 AM

This is the one I use the most. They are also very good at giving help with problems. https://salempwr.com...tore/ingersoll/


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Posted November 09, 2019 - 03:54 PM

Thank you very much for the info
Well today she got her weights mounted.
A piece of 3x4x1/4 angle bolted to the frame using
the factory half inch bolts on the back of her.
Bought 2 more suitcase weights and added a rear light
Pretty happy with the results. Wish I would have thought
of this first before trying the wheel weight and scratching up
the newly painted rims. O well spring touch up.
She’s now ready to do battle with Ma Nature

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Posted November 09, 2019 - 04:28 PM

Thank you very much for the info
Well today she got her weights mounted.
A piece of 3x4x1/4 angle bolted to the frame using
the factory half inch bolts on the back of her.
Bought 2 more suitcase weights and added a rear light
Pretty happy with the results. Wish I would have thought
of this first before trying the wheel weight and scratching up
the newly painted rims. O well spring touch up.
She’s now ready to do battle with Ma Nature

GREEN WEIGHTS? Does not go well with the Orange!!


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Posted November 09, 2019 - 05:34 PM

I knew I would here about that!!!!LOL
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Posted November 09, 2019 - 05:45 PM

I knew I would here about that!!!!LOL

Just send them to me! I have some green down here they will fit on!


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Posted November 09, 2019 - 08:03 PM

Salem Power is good for parts, they have parts diagrams linked on their site. I also use Case Ingersoll Parts a lot, Jason is the guys name. Great service. www.caseingersollparts.com







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