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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-01-2011, 10:09 AM Thread Starter
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I going to get a case 442, hopfully this week, and i need some info on attachments and other general info on this tractor
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Can you take a case 220 hydro cylinder and put it on the case 442?
If so how easy would it be?

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Murray 25
1975 Case 220(engine blown working on that)
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Also would my mower deck for my case 220 fit the 442?
Thanx I'm new at the case stuff.... actually the whole lawnmower thing i got my first in the summer!!!!

Lawn Mowers I have:
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1975 Case 220(engine blown working on that)
case 442
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Well, I can't answer your questions, but I'm sure some on here can. Let's see who comes along with the info.

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Case, it's been my experience, with a little ingenuity and moderate fabricating skills, you can make anything work!

Even if you don't have expensive equipment like welder, plasma cutter, band saw or chop saw, the basic drill press and a 4 1/2" grinder with cut off wheels can produce excellent results. I have all of the above....but, often use the drill press and cut off wheels just for fun

Sorry, I don't know the specifics for your questions though.
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I'm almost certain the 220 mower deck will fit on the Case 442, but I'd recommend that you take a few measurments to make sure. Most of the Case's(220,442, 444, 446) had very similar frames and if I'm not mistaken, most of the attatchments are interchangeable also. But, like Mark777 mentioned, if you have a few basic metalworking tools you can make any adjustments that need to be made.

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Thanx guys

Lawn Mowers I have:
Murray 25
1975 Case 220(engine blown working on that)
case 442
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New Case owner

I'm brand new to the Case line and wanted to jump in on this discussion. Being new I was looking for a CASE 442 attachments book, does anyone know where to find anything like that. I have a mover deck attachment that I have a few questions about.
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Welcome to the forum wisconsin442!

Here is a manual for your mower deck if your 442 has the original F46 mower deck on it. I don't know of any manual that has all of the Case attatchments in it so you'll probably have to buy a separate manual for each of your attatchments.

CASE F46 MOWER for COMPACT TRACTOR PARTS MANUAL | eBay

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