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1030 case

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rustred

03-28-2012 11:26:59
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have a few questions: 1968, 1030 why does the serial # say 1032 model? is it a 1032 model or 1030? is this a good loader tractor? engine bore same as 930 or bigger? hear they like to crack heads? has 3800 hrs.




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Lamont

03-30-2012 20:20:33
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 Re: 1030 case in reply to rustred, 03-28-2012 11:26:59  
This a link to an article I wrote about the 1030 CASE Tractor for Tractor Shop magazine a few years ago.



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caseman-d

03-28-2012 20:41:49
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 Re: 1030 case in reply to rustred, 03-28-2012 11:26:59  
My 1030 has been delivered closer to me so I will be going after it Sunday. Looking forward to getting it as it has the 23.1-30. Guess I better be looking for bigger implements.
caseman-d



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Case Nutty 1660

03-28-2012 20:07:45
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 Re: 1030 case in reply to rustred, 03-28-2012 11:26:59  

both of the two models of the 1030 (1031/1032) were released at the same time 1966, and only in a dsl model no LP or gas were made in the "1030" models but the "930" did have a dsl,LP and gas versions and started out as a std tractor in 1960 then in 1964 they brought out the GP version that could be equipped with a 3pt hitch and had a 8 speed trans, they did continue making the std 6speed chain drive version until around 1968, also the 1030 models had a 451 cid dsl the 930 had a 401 cid dsl a 377 cid gas or LP engine, sorry I had these scanned already and they show 930 models but the 1030 looked almost the same cnt

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LenND

03-28-2012 18:13:02
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 Re: 1030 case in reply to rustred, 03-28-2012 11:26:59  
The original 1030 is a Standard non-adjustable wheel tractor. What a lot of people call a wheatland. This was plowing tractor not a rowcrop. The other 1030 numbers came later and were gas, lp, and deisel. I believe some of the originals were made in LP but nor regular gas.



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Adirondack case guy

03-28-2012 14:33:40
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 Re: 1030 case in reply to rustred, 03-28-2012 11:26:59  
Go back to a post by SWI on 3/25/12. That is a 932. The only only diff. between a 9-10 31 and 32 is the brackets that pisition the front axle. On 31's the front axle is simply reversed, so it is positioned out front, rather than "tucked under" The tricycle front was also considered a 31 series. The full coverage fenders, elephant ears" were standard on a 32 series, but an option on the 31 series. The 1030 you are asking about will make a fine loader tractor, which will ture tight. You may have to add a bit more rear weight to compenstate for the shorter wheel base, depending on the loader configuration.
Loren

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Nedd

03-28-2012 11:53:54
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 Re: 1030 case in reply to rustred, 03-28-2012 11:26:59  
1032 designation for row crop, 1031 is wheatland or standard. "1030" is the series last number represents the features of the tractor as it was produced from the factory.
Bore is bigger than 930. 4 3/8 inches vs 4 1/8 inches. 451 cubes vs 401 cubes for diesels.
Heads cracking depends on use and abuse. Using either ALOT is known to crack them, but more often is improper cool down... idle time before shut down or removal of the muffler and using a straight pipe.
Great tractors if properly used.

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rustred

03-28-2012 12:08:10
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 Re: 1030 case in reply to Nedd, 03-28-2012 11:53:54  
wondering about this row crop thing you say. it looks like a standard tractor , even has a loader on it. has the regular wide front also. my thinkin was that 1032 was the newer version of 1030.



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Joe Young

03-28-2012 12:08:02
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 Re: 1030 case in reply to Nedd, 03-28-2012 11:53:54  
Actually the 1031 is the row crop and the 1032 Western Special or Standard model.



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55 50 Ron

03-29-2012 21:08:36
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 Re: 1030 case in reply to Joe Young, 03-28-2012 12:08:02  
I'm familiar with the 830 model and in the Western Special version, the serial number plate said "MODEL 832 WESTERN SPECIAL".



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Nedd

03-29-2012 06:17:27
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 Re: 1030 case in reply to Joe Young, 03-28-2012 12:08:02  
Thanks for catching my mistake. Sorry



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rustred

03-28-2012 12:16:06
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 Re: 1030 case in reply to Joe Young, 03-28-2012 12:08:02  
now that makes sense, thanks.
any other downfalls besides the poor p.s. they have.?



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John Saeli

03-28-2012 19:12:48
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 Re: 1030 case in reply to rustred, 03-28-2012 12:16:06  
In a nutshell, all 1030's had wide adjustable front axles. Heard of narrow fronts, never seen one. 2 things will crack 1030 sleeves & heads,, heat & ether. I would think it would be somewhat clumsy as a loader tractor.



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Case Nutty 1660

03-28-2012 20:23:24
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 Re: 1030 case in reply to John Saeli, 03-28-2012 19:12:48  
john, we has a 1030 western on a loader, I would say it worked well better than you would think but the heavy duty clutch was a leg killer handleing bales I much perfer my 730 COM tractor LOL cnt



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