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930 front loader advice

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Brokengun

11-14-2012 15:04:54




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Iíve been thinking about putting a loader on one of my 930CK for a while and I am looking for advice on what loaders can be used for a 930CK.

Both of my 930CK have the tires set in on 30 inch rows and I have noticed some loader frames may not work if the tires are moved for 30 inch rows

I can not seem to find a case loader such as a model 70 and I do not want to buy a new one like Westendorf WL-42.

I have looked at pictures of new loaders this afternoon and I canít seem to find any info on the type of brackets they use.

I would like the simplest loader possible without have a frame so large I canít work on the tractor.

I actually ran across a picture today of a 930 with a Paulson loader but I couldnít tell how it attached to the tractor.

It seemed like a very simple loader but a little light weight.

If any of you have a picture of a 930 with a loader can you please share it I would like to see as many options as possible before I start my search

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bradley martin

11-15-2012 03:41:12




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 Re: 930 front loader advice in reply to Brokengun, 11-14-2012 15:04:54  
I installed a new Allied 790 loader on a 930 back in 1988. Since then, we have used (and abused) it to no end. The loader will actually lift the fully ballasted rear end of the tractor if shoved under a too heavy object. I would guess that its safe lift capacity is around 3,000 lb. We have had the occassional break on the loader(particularly the quick attach for the bucket) but those usually occurred when using the outfit in place of a bulldozer!!! The tractor has handled it well, although the weakness of the pwr steering shows up. I have the wheel tread set out @ about 72" for safety on the tractor but see nothing that would prevent a 60" wheel tread. I will try to get you a picture today.

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E. Schoen

11-14-2012 19:13:24




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 Re: 930 front loader advice in reply to Brokengun, 11-14-2012 15:04:54  
I just bought a 930 CK that the previous owner had a DuAll loader on it. I have 3100 DuAll loaders on a 730 and an 830 they are good loaders.



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casecollectorsc

11-14-2012 16:10:29




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 Re: 930 front loader advice in reply to Brokengun, 11-14-2012 15:04:54  
There's a 800 Great Bend, which is the same as a Case 70 for $800. My nephew has a IH 2000 which is the same as a 70 Case for $750. Neither one has a weld on them. I had the IH on a 800 for a while last summer. Good loaders!! I've had one since I bought a new one in 71. First on a 800, Since 80 on my 1030. Loaded thousands of square bales with it plus hundreds of loads of poo!!



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Brokengun

11-15-2012 13:26:13




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 Re: 930 front loader advice in reply to casecollectorsc, 11-14-2012 16:10:29  
Casecollector where are these 2 loaders located?

Do they come with brackets that will fit a case 930?



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casecollectorsc

11-15-2012 15:50:31




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 Re: 930 front loader advice in reply to Brokengun, 11-15-2012 13:26:13  
East central South Dakota, 80 miles north of Sioux Falls. The brackets are easy to make but most will adapt to fit Case tractors. Great Bend and Case made extensions so they would fit 6 cylinder tractors. Easy to make also.



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Adirondack case guy

11-14-2012 15:32:23




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 Re: 930 front loader advice in reply to Brokengun, 11-14-2012 15:04:54  
I have a friend with a very good 70 loader for sale $2000. Came off 730CK. I don't know which rear brackets are with it. you may need to extend the bottom rails to fit 930. We are in Central NY. 13333
Loren



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