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Hey guys,

Are there any differences between the 220 and 210 other than the hydro vs gear?
Are the tires sizes the same as well as the motor?

I have a 220 that needs tires.
I can pickup a 210 for parts. Tires are good. Seat is shot, not running, missing the air cleaner and starter.
I can have it for 125.00. I figure the tires at the moment are the only thing I can use. Is it worth the 125.00 :headscratcher:
 

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Buy it.

The primary difference is the trans-axle but of course, hooking up the engine power to the trans is different as is the frame. Other than a few small differences, everything else interchanges.
 

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The 200 series used the 8:50 x 12's for quite a few years. I think the tire size changed in the early 80's or thereabouts. I agree that it could be an issue regarding the purchase. Thanks for bring it up.
 

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The 210 parts book I have says that it uses the C10263 rim for the rear.

So, I started checking several of my other 200 series Hydriv GT books to see what showed up. Several of them list a C24435 rim but one of them showed the C10263 rim.

That indicates that the bolt pattern and offset are the same. Case often assigned a new part number to "change-up" parts. Keep in mind that Case bought parts from all kinds of suppliers. When a new supplier came on board, the parts got a new number even though they were made identical to the part they replaced.

Brian holds the key. Ask him if the two numbers are the same part. My guess is yes but since it's not my money, my guess doesn't count.
 

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I think the 210 had the smaller rims because it had the narrow 40 deck. The guy that bought it wanted the wider cut and I also sold him the wider wheels and 23x10.5s off of a 222. The backspacing was the same it will just have a wider stance.
 

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As far as I know, the 38" (Model 40) deck will work on all 200's no matter which rear tires they have on.

The 8:50 x 12 tires were standard on all the 200's period. The 10:50 x 12 tire was optional but that option was not available until PIN 14038300 and after, which puts that change-up in the 1983 production year.

The 10:50 tire used the C 30922 rim but the 8:50 tire used C 30913 rim which is a change-up from the parts manual for the previous PIN's which still used the C24435 rim I spoke about earlier.

Based on my quickie research, there's no problem here unless the optional 10:50's are desired. If it is just a work tractor, the tire size doesn't matter. If you want to put chains on them permanently for winter work, then the narrower tire is the better choice to get bite but if you are going to load the tires, then the 10:50's will give you a few more pounds. Pick your poison.
 
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