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case 930 Comfort King

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nathan Selander

02-01-2011 18:47:29
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I have a 1964 930 Case Comfort King hand clutch can this tractor be switched over to a foot clutch?




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longcases

02-02-2011 11:54:14
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 Re: case 930 Comfort King in reply to nathan Selander, 02-01-2011 18:47:29  
I am restoring a 930,istarted with 2 tractors.I am only going to show and plow with it.The foot clutch can be a little hard for young people to use so that is why I swapted them.



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1031D

02-02-2011 07:40:49
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 Re: case 930 Comfort King in reply to nathan Selander, 02-01-2011 18:47:29  
I don't know is the conversion parts exist for the 6 speed tractors.



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longcases

02-02-2011 06:10:12
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 Re: case 930 Comfort King in reply to nathan Selander, 02-01-2011 18:47:29  
I just converted a foot clutch to hand clutch.If you need the foot clutch stuff let me know.



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Nathan Selander

02-02-2011 07:33:27
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 Re: case 930 Comfort King in reply to longcases, 02-02-2011 06:10:12  
Wondering why you switched from a foot clutch to a hand clutch. I would be interested in the foot clutch, but have to do a little more research to see if I'm doing the right thing.



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j heitkemper

02-01-2011 19:13:01
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 Re: case 930 Comfort King in reply to nathan Selander, 02-01-2011 18:47:29  
Don't Do it ....



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j eitkemper

02-02-2011 11:19:00
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 Re: case 930 Comfort King in reply to j heitkemper, 02-01-2011 19:13:01  
Sorry , just repeating the negative purist comment and opinion about tractor modifications .. Don't REALLY know for sure IS swapping over is problematic i can imagine the complex tech differrences , if you get it done PLEASE report back your experience , Even if it fails , So Others can LEARN.. true i have raked hay with a DC hand clutch when i was 11, and my 1st drive was on SC pikn hay at age 4 or 5 with a hand clutch,,, Never had a loader on a hand clutch tractor , BUT I CAN UNDERSTAND the Need for extra arms .. ,hand clutches are nice to work withand ar e fondly cherished in our family ,. hookin up , backing wagons , going thru gates or equipment interruptions , simply leVE IN GEAR and nurse the clutch .. not to mentiomn the nearly bullet proof wet clutch neding little attention or reairs .. since i started early i never suffered trying to get used to hand clutch other than the ORNERY Sc having its clutch on the right

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Nathan Selander

02-02-2011 07:37:53
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 Re: case 930 Comfort King in reply to j heitkemper, 02-01-2011 19:13:01  
Why? Is it your personal preference over a hand clutch or is there problems associated with switching it over. The reason being is I don't like the hand clutch.



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Jimmie D. Phelps

02-02-2011 10:58:25
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 Re: case 930 Comfort King in reply to Nathan Selander, 02-02-2011 07:37:53  
For regular field work you can't beat a hand clutch, especialy in the six speed with the oil bath clutch. Smoothest clutch in the world and the longest life. I have 8400hrs on my 1966 930 and only adjusted the clutch once. And for backing up to a imp. you can't beat it( the safest)



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