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Hi all, new to the Case forum. I have quite a few tractors of varying brands, mostly AC and Simplicity's with a couple MF and Cubs in there but admittidly this is my first Case. I like it. Appears to be a very unique little tractor. I have a 220 that I bought for $50 bucks and I would like to get it going. Most things I can fix but it needs a seat bad. The pan is there but nothing else. I am not sure what it even should look like. Does anyone here know of anybody that make replacement cusions and back rests? It looks quite easy so even if I had a template that certainly would help. Any help would be great.
 

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Hi, welcome to the forum. Based on your wording, I'm assuming you've got a 1969 or 1970 model with the seperate cushions for the seat and backrest. One of our members, Steve Guider sells those for the earlier 100 series tractors, but they may be close enough to get the job done. If you go to the "members" section of the site, he is horton20. I'd shoot him a PM and see if he can help you out.
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Parts list shows the back as C 11635 and the base cushion as C 16443.

Doesn`t say NLA, but I assume they are obsolete. ?

I guess it depends on if you are just working the 220 or going for the accurate resto, I`m sure a Lowes or T/S seat would work for me....

EDIT: WELCOME :wave:
 

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CHolmes said:
I have a 220 that I bought for $50 bucks and I would like to get it going. Most things I can fix but it needs a seat bad. The pan is there but nothing else. I am not sure what it even should look like.
The first thing you should do is jot down the serial number of your tractor and then go to the tech section here or the Ingersoll web site and download the parts manual which will show you what the seat looks like.
 

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Welcome to the site. As was mentioned before check out the tech section, it's great. I'm kinda new myself, but there is a lot of experience here and they will gladly "lend a hand" so to speak to help get you going.
 

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Ya, I knew there would be someone here that knew where or who was making these! How did we ever get along w/o forums? I do like to keep to original as possibe but I am not fanatical about it. I have the manuals. Got it going but seems weak in hydr power so I need to address that. I am pretty handy but have never had one of these and they are quite unique to pick a word. I would like to get it good enough to mow or play with a little but clearly work is needed.
 

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Apparently your tractor is a 1969 or 1970. Unfortunately, the seat pan and the cushions are slightly different than those used on the earlier 100 series. All the same, you should speak with Steve Guider because he has restored several of these and would have had to replace the cushions. You can telephone him @ (937) 363-3523.

The apparent power loss could be due to a number of things but please see my post in your other thread. Changing out the old hydraulic fluid is the first step in the diagnostic process but knowing what you are doing in advance of performing that task is important. Please consult the FAQ's section for in-depth help on those topics.
 

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I PM'd Steve so I will see what he says about a seat. The Owners Manual on the site does not reflect the tractor I have by a longshot. I guess mine must be very early. In fact I can't find reference to it anywhere as for serial # or anything. I ran the serial for the Kohler and it is a very early 69 model. I had trouble with that too in fact.
 

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Serial numbers are often difficult to read. Go back to your tractor and this time use a magnifying glass and a bright light. You might try wiping some spit over the numbers to make them easier to read. Your PIN must start with a NINE
 

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The serial is 9629693, of course this serial is not listed and the closest one to it is not like mine. I assume the info is not available for the earlier ones. Anyone know if this tractor was the same as a colt?
 

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That should be a 1969. I believe the 1970 models started with SN 9641001. If yours hasn't been repainted, it should have the 1960s style lettering on the hood stripes and "PK Performance King" on the back of the seat. No, that is not the same as a Colt. The PKs were the first of the second generation tractors and were completely Case designed. The 1968 155 and 195 were the last of the Colt-style tractors. Colts were discontinued after 1966.
 

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Your tractor is a 1969 and 1969 is the first year for 200 and 400 series tractors. The last Colt was made in 1966.

Go to the Parts Manual section, select the Kohler powered 200/400 series and then manual A1123 or the later version E1123. Those ones cover ALL 220, 222, 442 models built prior to PIN 9641001.
 

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CHolmes said:
It still has original decals but someone painted the red. I can't seem to find a parts manual with the A1123 or E1123. in that section
New glasses must be in order. :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: Those manuals are the second and third ones from the top. Just click on the manual icon to open them.
 

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Oregon markets Stens blades, if I recall correctly.

If you have a 44 inch deck, then you need three 91=112 blades.

If you have the 38 inch deck, then Oregon has no listing.


My suggestion is to just go to the FAQ's and find the contact info for the trusted dealer/members we have here and order OEM blades from them. The quality is better.
 

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I have a Stens dealership so that is why I order there, To order and have shipped from the US is not an economical option, It would be more than I paid for the tractor and it will not do allot of mowing from here on in anyways it is a toy now.
 

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I have a Stens dealership so that is why I order there, To order and have shipped from the US is not an economical option, It would be more than I paid for the tractor and it will not do allot of mowing from here on in anyways it is a toy now.
If you have a Stens dealership, then it should be a simple matter for you to consult the Stens catalog and find the blades.
 
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