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|Jeff Lee||I did a little engine swap for a friend a few years
back replacing his tired B275 motor with a rebuilt
from a 354. The 354 and 275 motors were much the same
save some peripheral parts. When the job was done
and his B275 running, my buddy gave me the 354 parts
tractor and worn out B275 motor. I've found very
little on the web or anywhere else for that matter
on the 354. Surprisingly I've not seen another 354.
I'm looking for leads on parts for the 354. Parts I
can't buy from CASE IH. Front grill radiator surround
sheet metal parts and fenders. Any lead appreciated.
Any other 354 owners out there with extra parts or
parts tractors willing to sell? I know this forum is
B275 territory. You should know that the 354 was the
follow-on in the early 70's to the B275. Same engine
(BD144), power steering, heavy duty front end, disk
brakes, live PTO, diff lock, hi-low range, 3 pt hitch, etc.
A real heavy weight tractor in a small package. It
came from good stock in the 275.