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will parts from a 18 32 cross case fit on a 15 27 I am after a complete clutch set up thanks
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I have a 15-27 parts book. If someone could look in the 18-32 parts book at some part numbers for the clutch, I could check if it matches up to the last version of the 15-27 clutch. There were 3 different clutches used in the 15-27. If memory serves, there was a Case clutch, Borg & Beck, and Twin Disc.

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I have both parts books and it appears that the Case clutch and the Borg & Beck clutch were the same for the two tractors. The Twin Disc was only used on the 18-32.
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Default Re: 15 27 case tractor

I had both a 18-32 and a early 15-27. The 1919 15-27 had a shoe type clutch similar to the steam engines so those parts including the pulley would be different. If I remember right the 1928 18-32 had a twin disc.

I don't have a clue if you could change the whole assembly pulley and all I know there are a Lot of differences between the early 15-27 and 18-32
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its number 49839 trying to load a few pics thanks for your replys
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Default Re: 15 27 case tractor

Just want to bump this back to the top to help Josh out on his quesion? I some years ago worked on both and knew that there was a difference but can't remember exactly what the difference was. So Josh needs help from the Case men that may know and help him out. - Thanks - Ted
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Is this Case a very late 15/27 as it has a lot of the 18/32 features on it.
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