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No, the J81 was made for the 108/118 lawn tractors the blower that you need would be the older E series attachments. These are harder to come by because they weren't used for vary many years. That's one of the reasons the Hydriv (aka Hilda) recommends that the 155/195 and earlier models be retired from front line duties.

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DON"T you dare , the CASE 195 is for riding on, no hard labour, old coot's like me, tour the neighbourhood and drive the young chick's crazy. {she think's my tractors sexy}< Rich knows the song.> Live long and prosper oldfrank . ps. I really like my 195.
 

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99flhr wrote; sounds good ,yet seems incredibly unlikely; WELL ,the chick next door, darn near comes through the front room window every time I start the old 195 . {she had her 3rd birthday on last Saturday} ha ha ha :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: oldfrank . {p.s. Isaid chicks not old hens}
 

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Hey now wait a minute.................. I use my old 155 a good bit for casting, tilling AND mowing... :sidelaugh: and it performs just as good as the newer models. Where are you located at?? There is a gent in Mass that has a 38" caster that will work on that 195, won't be right, you need a 48" but it will work. :thumbsup:
 

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Jamesm50 said:
I wish it was closer but Unfortunately that's to kinda too far away. I live in Saskatchewan Canada.
James,
One of the reasons we ask members to include their location in their registration information is so that other members can glance at their screen name box and know instantly where they reside. :thumbsup:
 

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James

Glad you replied. There's a couple more members from Sask but neither replied :trink: :trink:

Are you looking for a Project Tractor ? :headscratcher: :headscratcher:

I've not seen many 100 Series but there's still a few of the 200 and 400 around. :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
 

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Hydriv said:
Jamesm50 said:
I'm in Regina too.
Thank you, James. :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
:headscratcher: :headscratcher: Seems to me Blondie that both of us Flatlanders are now Members. :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh:

:headscratcher: :headscratcher: Information for the Lady. I'm the Sweet Guy with the Low-Pro and James is the Tough-Guy with the Hi-Wheeler. :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh:

:headscratcher: :headscratcher: Now I just gotta figure out a way to keep James Posting :thumbsup: :facepalm: :facepalm: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh:
 

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Jamesm50 said:
Hi. I just got the 195 and I'm getting ready to rebuild the engine. It's great old tractor it runs and drives fine but it's burning oil.
James,
The 195's are excellent tractors for the most part but obtaining implements for them is getting tougher by the day. The snowcasters back then used a special, hollow front-axle pivot pin that allowed a secondary PTO shaft to pass through that pivot pin and stick out the front of the tractor. Then a shaft with universal joints connected this secondary PTO shaft to a gear box that provided power to the snow blower. While it worked quite well, taking it off or putting it on the tractor was a bit more work than the later Snap Fast snowcasters.

Just so you know, Case did offer a bracket kit that could be added to the older tractors which would make the Snap Fast implements backward compatible. Those kits do show up for sale now and then but they are no longer available from Eastman. It is possible to make your own kit if you wish.

If you spend some time in the Technical Library viewing the Parts Manuals for the 155/195 tractors plus the E Series snow blowers, you will get a better idea as to what I am talking about. As for your Kohler, this will be one that has the balance gears inside. You would be wise to replace those as well as the governor gear. Piston, rings, wrist pin, con rod, gaskets, valves, seats etc are often sold on e-Bay as a kit and the price is quite reasonable compared to choosing OEM. I suggest that you take a look on e-Bay.
 

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Jamesm50, I too use my 195 for mowing and casting, no rototiller yet though! My caster uses the mower PTO pulley and has a piece that bolts on where the mule drive brackets hang down, and has a pulley and PTO stub shaft that drives a PTO shaft to the blower. I believe mine was called a model E36. I collect CASE farm tractors also and my collection there ends at 1968 when the 70 series was introduced and Tenneco took over so the 195 is the newest thing that fits in my collection :thumbup: It has given me some grief finding parts and attachments but if you are not in a huge hurry things come around. I got the tractor in June, and since I found the blower on a 155 and later bought the mower deck also as my deck shell is crappy. My 195 burns a little oil also, I just top it off every now and then. I only have 3/4 acre of grass to mow so it doesn't work too hard. Right now mine looks like this. Took the rear end apart to replace seals so the oil stays where it should plus the travel valve leaks too. I am restoring it as I do my farm tractors, work out the bugs, rebuild the mechanics and then go for paint. My tie rod is also a disaster so I got a new one of those too from Ingersoll. I also have an Allis B112 in the herd so if the CASE has a problem I have a backup.



 
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