J.I. Case 310C

The J.I. Case 310C is an agricultural crawler manufactured by J.I. Case from 1958 to 1960. The J.I. Case 310C dozer is equipped with a 2.4 L (148.0 cu·in) four-cylinder gasoline engine and a gear type with dry disc clutch transmission with 3 forward and 1 reverse gears.

The J.I. Case 310C agricultural crawler used the J.I. Case engine. It is a 2.4 L, 2,425 cm2, (148.0 cu·in) four-cylinder natural aspirated gasoline engine with 86.0 mm (3.39 in) of the cylinder bore and 105.0 mm (4.13 in) of the piston stroke. The compression ratio rating is 7.0:1. This engine produced 42.6 PS (31.3 kW; 42.0 HP) at 1,850 rpm of output power.

The J.I. Case 310C is equipped with contracting band brakes and open operator station.

J.I. Case 310C Specifications

General Specifications
ModelJ.I. Case 310C
Length2,790 mm (109.8 in)
Width1,470 mm (57.9 in)
Wheel base1,370 mm (53.9 in)
Weight (operating)2,790 kg (6,151 lbs)
Fuel tank capacity
Cabin typeOpen operator station
Engine modelJ.I. Case
Engine typeFour-stroke, liquid-cooled, inline
Fuel typeGasoline
Displacement2.4 L, 2,425 cm2, (148.0 cu·in)
Bore and stroke86.0 mm X 105.0 mm (3.39 in X 4.13 in)
Compression ratio7.0:1
Horsepower42.6 PS (31.3 kW; 42.0 HP) at 1,850 rpm
Transmission and chassis
Steering type
BrakesContracting band
Transmission model
Transmission typeGear type with dry disc clutch
Gears3 forward and 1 reverse
Speed Forward: 7.2 kmh (4.5 mph) Reverse: 3.2 kmh (2.0 mph)
Size10-inch tracks
PTO (Power take-off shaft)
Rear PTO type
Rear PTO speed540 rpm
Hydraulic system
Hydraulic typeOpen center
Pump flow15.0 gpm (56.8 lpm)
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1 Comment

  1. Just picked up a 1959 310c dozer crawler and can not seem to find the information if it was original to a 6 volt or 12 volt system. Guessing being that old it was original to 6 volt, but for my knowledge only, would anyone know? Now it is a 12 volt system and I will leave it that way but I would like to know

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