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I am restoring a Case 190 and am needing a set of front wheels for it. These are the narrow wheels maybe 4" wide. Also need a choke and throttle cables. Would appreciate any help in locating these items.

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If you go to the FAQ's section, you will find a document called "where to buy stuff". It is alphabetical. You are looking for parts-reproduction. That's where you will find the contact information for Jim Daenzer and Steve Guider. Call them up and ask if they have what you are in need of.

Joe Hemmi of Joe's Outdoor Power in Michigan is another possible source as he parts out tractors regularly.


I also suggest that you take some time to educate yourself by making use of the Parts Manuals in the Technical Library. Start with the parts book for the 150/190 tractors and get the part number for the rims you need. Then look at the parts books for the 130/180 models and the 155/195 tractors. If the part numbers match up, then you have a wider field to choose from.
 

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Hydriv said:
I also suggest that you take some time to educate yourself by making use of the Parts Manuals in the Technical Library. Start with the parts book for the 150/190 tractors and get the part number for the rims you need. Then look at the parts books for the 130/180 models and the 155/195 tractors. If the part numbers match up, then you have a wider field to choose from.
Yep, kinda like using a Hollander's manual for auto salvage. Knowledge is power. :thumbup:
 

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I think scrappers bought them. It was the same auction I bought my 446 for $140. There was a Colt there as well but I dont' know what it sold for. I really hoped someone on here bought them. The 190 was in bad shape but salvageable and the 155 was in decent shape but the Colt was in real bad shape. The tin was decent but the front axle was snapped in half.
 

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If you ever run across auctions like that in the future, then please PM Jack or myself. We would have bought both of those tractors and arranged for someone to pick them up. If either of those went for scrap, that's an outright crime.
 

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Well if I had unlimited money and storage I would have bought all of them ( the 155 190 colt and the 446). Next time I go to an auction if I see one its selling cheap I will buy it and post it on here for what I paid deal?

You guys really need to get out a little. I see old cases all the time at farm auctions all the time.
 

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Well if I had unlimited money and storage I would have bought all of them ( the 155 190 colt and the 446). Next time I go to an auction if I see one its selling cheap I will buy it and post it on here for what I paid deal?

You guys really need to get out a little. I see old cases all the time at farm auctions all the time.
What happens in your corner of the world is not necessarily what happens elsewhere. :sidelaugh: Besides, getting out for me is not easy because I am in leg irons that are hooked to my computer desk. Sometimes it's hard to get them to empty my colostomy bag on time. :lol:
 

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Most of the auctions I frequent are in eastern NY in columbia and dutchess counties. Around here its all about john deere and IH. Hence the reason I pick up Case and AC tractors cheap. You guys are really making me kick myself in the ass for not buying the 155. In all honesty I don't even know if it was a 155. I didn't look at the tag. I know it was a Case and looked similar to a 155.
 

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I work two jobs and in 2 days, will be retiring from one of them and then I will have time to get back on it. And I will also attempt to load some status pictures of where I am on it.

Currently, all is sandblasted and painted. I have the rear end bolted to frame, steering column, directional lever, hydro valve installed, front axle, spindles and steering linkage installed. Motor is assembled and ready to mount on the frame. I will resume by putting the electrical stuff on and wiring, then mount the motor.

I finally located some wheels and have them painted and tires mounted.
 

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I saw some control levers from a 155 on ebay. I'm not sure they are exactly the same, you might cross reference them in the TECH department, check your part number against the one for the 155 ya know... Hope this helps.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Case-155-Garden ... 19cb5463ac

BTW, did your 190 come with a front belt driven PTO mounted through the front axle pin? This is shown as an option in the book, I know it can be used to run side mount sicle mowers and other farm pieces...
 
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