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Hello all and thanks for having me. I'm new to Case/Ingersoll and have an Ingersoll 224, knowing nothing about my new tractor I thought it would be best just to tear it apart and see what made it tick. The challenge now is to see if I can ever get it to tick again!

Jonathan
 

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I would put both of the big tires in the back. :lol:

Welcome Jonathan.

You have come to the right place to get it back in shape. Take a look at Case 220/4's pictures of his tractor in Restorations. Soon there will be a manual covering your tractor to reference. And then if you run into difficulties ask questions. We will need the Serial Number of the tractor and engine, but after that you will be all set.
 

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mastifflawyer said:
I would put both of the big tires in the back. :lol:

Welcome Jonathan.

You have come to the right place to get it back in shape. Take a look at Case 220/4's pictures of his tractor in Restorations. Soon there will be a manual covering your tractor to reference. And then if you run into difficulties ask questions. We will need the Serial Number of the tractor and engine, but after that you will be all set.
Maybe I like to run my tracotr on 1 wheel sometimes. :grin:

Jon, if you have a question about where something goes then post it up or PM me. I just took my entire tractor apart so its still fresh in my mind. What year is your rig?
 

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Greetings Jonathan,
You live in a spot that is about an hour or so east of me. My late aunt and uncle once owned a hunting/fishing lodge on Paudash Lake and as a young lad, I visited them on occasion with my parents.

Sorry, I digress.

Glad to have another Ontarian here on the site. We are sorta in two minorities. Canadian and Ontarian.

I hope that you like what you found here and stick around.

Cheers,

Tom
 

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Greetings Johnathan! As the crow flies, I'm not that far away from you or Hydriv. I live in West Quebec, just downriver from Ottawa. I think you will find this site to be very informal and informative. A very cool approach to a tractor site and one-stop-shopping for those of us Case afflicted. I expect to be asking a lot of questions this coming spring when I begin to 'renovate' my new '81 448. The 18HP Onan scares the hell out of me!
 
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