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case said:
yea i got a old 220 case ingersoll i think and i need pic of how the engine drives the tractor
Welcome to the Forum Case:
These tractors have a hydraulic pump that runs off the engine which powers a hydraulic motor to the rear axle. Speed is controlled by a hydraulic valve. The exception is the Case model 210 which is gear drive. If you post a picture we should be able to give you an idea of what tractor you may have. You could go to the Technical Library and plug in your serial number to the parts manual for your tractor. You should be able to plug in the year of the tractor here by Serial Number:
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case said:
ok then mine aint like that mine is blet driven
To the best of my knowledge all of the hydraulic pumps are located on the "rear" of the engines of the 200/400 Case GTs. On the front of the engine note that there is a mechanical PTO that drives the mower deck and snow casters. Associated with the PTO is a belt/pulley.
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If you have a gear shift on the floor in front of the seat then you have a gear driven tractor and the only Case with a gear drive is a 210. All others are hydraulic driven as Rich explained and the only belt ever used on them is to run attachments off the front PTO--basically the mower deck and snow blower.

If you're having a problem of some type with the drive system you can get all the help you need here but we'll need to know the model and some details of the problem.
 

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thanks for that its the right tractor and every thing but i just need pics of how the belt hooks up from the motor to the to the drive system
 

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case said:
thanks for that its the right tractor and every thing but i just need pics of how the belt hooks up from the motor to the to the drive system
This picture is what a typical Case/Ingersoll PTO clutch looks like (Many different variations, but the principle is basically the same.). It is located in the front of the engine and a belt is connected to it to run attachments. (Mowers, Snowcasters, etc.)

This picture is of the lovejoy coupler. It is located in the rear of the engine and connects the engine directly to the hydraulic pump. The hydraulic pump powers the drive motor on the rear axle to drive the tractor and various other hydraulic duties.


Do yourself a favor and find the PIN or ID plate on your tractor. (It should be somewhere around the dash tower.) This will tell you the model of your tractor and the PIN will let you figure out which manuals are correct for the tractor. The manuals have many pictures and parts schematics to answer most of your questions.

I hope this helps and good luck.
 

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case said:
thanks for that its the right tractor and every thing but i just need pics of how the belt hooks up from the motor to the to the drive system
This picture is what a typical Case/Ingersoll PTO clutch looks like (Many different variations, but the principle is basically the same.). It is located in the front of the engine and a belt is connected to it to run attachments. (Mowers, Snowcasters, etc.)

This picture is of the lovejoy coupler. It is located in the rear of the engine and connects the engine directly to the hydraulic pump. The hydraulic pump powers the drive motor on the rear axle to drive the tractor and various other hydraulic duties.

Do yourself a favor and find the PIN or ID plate on your tractor. (It should be somewhere around the dash tower.) This will tell you the model of your tractor and the PIN will let you figure out which manuals are correct for the tractor. The manuals have many pictures and parts schematics to answer most of your questions.

I hope this helps and good luck.
I don`t believe the O.P.`s tractor has any of those components
 

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I learned from the parts manual that the 120, like the 210, is gear driven. The PTO clutch is a totally different design that on later model Cases but appears similar to those on the 155/195.

I think the best solution to the drive belt mounting question is to contact Brian Hildreth and see if he can get you an operators manual which should cover that topic. Barring that I think one could take the parts manual and a flashlight and contemplate the tractor for awhile to figure it out.
 
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