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Hello all,
Just picked up a 1973 case 222 with a j44 deck and a j50 plow. Questions so far, was flambeau red used in 1973?
J44 deck- i seem to be missing the fore-aft adjusting links, does anyone have dimensions on the j bolt?
Also, i need the skid shoes for the blade, anone have a pic?
I know i can contact brian at salem, as i live in michigan, but i work in a fab shop and have access to bulk steel and bridgeport lathe welders etc. and i enjoy making the stuff myself. oh, one more, the round air cleaner, does anyone have a part number from any of the filter companies they can share with me? (wix,fram,anythin will do) thanks
 

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ken222 said:
Hello all,
Just picked up a 1973 case 222 with a j44 deck and a j50 plow.

Questions so far, was flambeau red used in 1973?

No it was not. Power Red is the correct paint for your tractor.

J44 deck- i seem to be missing the fore-aft adjusting links, does anyone have dimensions on the j bolt?

Send me a PM. I will sell you a used pair for not much more than the cost of shipping. You will most likely need the nuts, brackets and the J-bolts. The Parts Manual for the J-Series decks can be found in the Tech Library. That's a good place to begin so you can determine what is actually missing. The J-decks are different in that area from the K and later decks so pay attention when looking at the manuals.

Also, i need the skid shoes for the blade, anone have a pic?

Go to the Tech Library/Parts Manuals/Utility Blades and look at the exploded views of the various blades. Some blades used a round ski. Which ski is correct for your blade will depend upon which model blade you have.

I know i can contact brian at salem, as i live in michigan, but i work in a fab shop and have access to bulk steel and bridgeport lathe welders etc. and i enjoy making the stuff myself. oh, one more, the round air cleaner, does anyone have a part number from any of the filter companies they can share with me? (wix,fram,anythin will do) thanks
The air filter for the Kohler K engines are all the same. Go to your local NAPA dealer. They have a huge Outdoor Power Equipment catalogue with a section devoted to all-things Kohler. Plugs, points, condenser, air filters, gaskets, con rods, cranks, pistons, rings, coils.........you name it. This is a very common filter that is available at Deere, Wheelhorse, Cub Cadet, Sears dealers as well as any repair shop for outdoor power equipment.
 
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