I would then go buy the appropriate owners manual for it and sit down and read it cover to cover before I used it. If you are pulling something remember it will be like towing with an automatic truck. Case o matic is suppose to work just like a automatic trany in a car. Some parts do cross over, but a lot don't and can be very hard to find. Offer less anyway and see what the seller settles for if you want to negotiate. None of these trademark holders are affiliated with Yesterday's Tractor Co. We didn't use direct range much.
Of course its worth much more in parts. So the Torque tube is a reservoir of oil and it also houses the torque converter and range housing and each of those components have each their own oils? They need regular fluid changes just like an automatic in a car or truck. All it ever had was the valves ground once. The 610 used the same six cylinder block as did the 600 Diesel. Thanks for any help DuWayne i gotta case 700 and my cousin has a case 900 were lookin to get more power out of them for pulling he has been told 1030 injecrors will mount on the 900 therefore puts more fuel to the motor he is looking to put a turbo on it but the manifold will not allow it is there a manifold you can buy or a manifold off another model that will amount on either 700 or 900 to allow you to do so parts for these tractors are hard to come by especialy performance. New to tractors of any year this old girl seems like a real beauty. Pulled 5 bottom plows with them.
There are some parts available for them. The 600 was short lived, it was also replaced in 1957 with the 900 which is another story. The pictures look as if it is in fair to good condition, tires look good, tin is straight. Had 4000hrs on it inlate 1971 Dad traded it for an 870. Any of the above negatives would start to reduce offer price. I hope I've helped some.
It is a gas tractor where there gas 500? If there are problems inside any shop that is reputable with heavy equipment should be able to aid in repairs as a lot of dozers and wheel loaders from the 60's 70's and 80's used similar designs. I am new to tractor power ownership, and my first tractor this guy got is a 410B case tractor. Little over half my tractors run. My 510b is a 58. The 500 was replaced by the model 600 in 1957. I will put it to work this weekend. Then there is the motor oil and dip stick for that.
They are nice for planting cultivating and hay work. Joe's 630 is 50 years old, or will soon be. The 600's diesel power unit remained unchanged , although engine rpm's were increased to boost hp output. Most likely seen a lot of use. Can anyone help me out as to what year they were made, problems to look for, pulling power, would there be a dual chain drive, and anything else you may add.
The loader frame was originally yellow then painted green and the cylinders are single action and old, I replaced the seales and stoped the leaks from the cylinders. Manuals will give you troubleshooting sections for each major category. When releaseing the clutch you'll always be in torque converter mode. I am hoping to make 2 tractors out of 3. Now may be I will stop by and see for myself, and talk with the owner. If you have trouble logging in, contact us by email to support at ytmag. Attached is a page from a parts book for an 830.
The other lever by the steering wheel not the throttle is the Case-omatic direct drive lever. The most important thing to remember when starting off is to have the engine idling, or else you might pop a wheely. Gives me more information to work with. I always quickly back off the throttle like a truck 2 speed rear axle when I go from Converter to direct. Tractor Data may have correct horsepower for this tractor.
Plan on going to see it soon. This covers a lot more detail, but you have to print out what you want to have a hard copy. Basically locks the convertor so there is zero slip. The 500 was replaced by the model 600 in 1957. You should use type A or Dextron automatic oil in case-matic.
Yesterday's Tractors - Antique Tractor Headquarters. Be sure the engine is at idle when you let the clutch out. The person sent me pictures and it is gas operated. If this tractor ran in 2009 there has to be something wrong with it. You can also hold it with the brakes in the higher gears and at idle if you have decent brakes. I think they were rated about 47hp, which seems a little high. We plowed with it all day long in third low if thats all the faster you could go.
The tractor is a good size for an acreage and When I had my front end loader on it, it could pick up and move good sized round bales with not to much difficulty. What Im saying is its a tough tranny and you dont have to baby it to much. I noticed the oil kinda black Hydralic oil. You'll have to give it some gas to get it going. Is this the oil that is in the case-o matic part of things? Our fast shipping, low prices and years of research make us your best choice when you need parts. The 610 used the same six cylinder block as did the 600 Diesel. Trevor Farmall Bob Regular Joined: 05 Mar 2009 Posts: 281 Posted: Tue Jul 20, 2010 10:53 am Post subject: Re: Case 600 Case-O-Matic Hi Trevor, Thanks! I personally don't know that much about them, just what I have read on other websites.