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1963 930

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rusty6

04-15-2013 14:43:56




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I drove this 930 back in the summer of 73 working for a neighbour. The summerfallow had got out of control and heavy weed growth was hanging on every shank. Made the old 930 work sometimes on that 22 foot Cockshutt cultivator but eventually had the field looking black. Great tractor. Wish I had bought it when I had the chance.




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Ande

04-16-2013 16:46:49




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 Re: 1963 930 in reply to rusty6, 04-15-2013 14:43:56  
Rusty, your post of the "930" only brought back memories of the one we had just like it, she was a tough old workhorse, penny pinching on fuel, she was replaced one day by the "1030" I have now. Thanks for posting this.



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Jim in Sask

04-16-2013 13:20:43




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 Re: 1963 930 in reply to rusty6, 04-15-2013 14:43:56  
Nice pictures Rusty, the colours are sure vivid in the last one. Seems all we will be doing this spring is looking at pictures of seeding, eh? Friends of mine had a 1963 930 like your top picture except they had the hand clutch. They run it many years until a guy ran into it on the road and busted the rear wheel, axle and all, off.

Those 360 Massey diskers seem to have held their value better than the other three makes. They're very similar in a lot of ways to my green Co-ops that I still use.

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rusty6

04-16-2013 13:32:40




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 Re: 1963 930 in reply to Jim in Sask, 04-16-2013 13:20:43  
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Jim, you are so right. I still have that 360 Massey but only the top half of the box is visible over the snow it is buried in. They were a great seeding tool and I could still seed with mine if I had to.
That cab I put on the 930 was a "Cozy Cab". Not sure where they were made but they were about the best after market cab you could buy in 1980 . Nice fit, strong and good visibility. Well insulated for noise too. Doors both sides and sliding rear window. Man, I miss that tractor.
Here is the old Case disker that the Massey replaced. As you see it will be a while before I can hitch onto it and hit the fields. :roll:

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Ronald in NWMO

04-16-2013 11:43:28




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 Re: 1963 930 in reply to rusty6, 04-15-2013 14:43:56  
I think that tractor would look really mean with some wider tires on it. What is the MF implement you are pulling with it? I don't think we have any of those around here. What is the jug for where the left hand steps should be? Sorry about all my questions. Thanks



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rusty6

04-16-2013 12:43:57




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 Re: 1963 930 in reply to Ronald in NWMO, 04-16-2013 11:43:28  
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No , you likely don't see any Massey Ferguson diskers that far south. They are mostly all retired now but in 81 when I took that picture they were very popular . Basically a one way disk with seeding attachment and flexible gangs. Nowadays we have air seeders and drills but the highest yielding wheat I ever grew was planted with this Massey disker.
The tank on the tractor steps is water for the roof mounted cab cooler. It was better than nothing but no replacement for real air conditioning.

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55 50 Ron

04-16-2013 10:00:16




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 Re: 1963 930 in reply to rusty6, 04-15-2013 14:43:56  
Nice picture. Would that be North Dakota?
The 2 tone Case color combination is so neat and the styling is nice, but I still like the older "long nose" 930s better.



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rusty6

04-16-2013 11:12:30




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 Re: 1963 930 in reply to 55 50 Ron, 04-16-2013 10:00:16  
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No, right here in S.E. Sask. My favourite 930 is still the last of the line, the 8 speed western specials like this 69 that I had for a few years. (and still wish I had). The only change I would make would be to 38 inch rear rubber so that it sat up a little more level with those 10x16s on the front.

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55 50 Ron

04-16-2013 17:28:09




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 Re: 1963 930 in reply to rusty6, 04-16-2013 11:12:30  
Meant to ask if the photo is from a 35 mm slide or a printed photo. The colors really stand out. What digital unit do you use to transfer this to the internet? Whatever it is sure does a nice job.



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55 50 Ron

04-16-2013 17:20:29




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 Re: 1963 930 in reply to rusty6, 04-16-2013 11:12:30  
S. E. Sask lokks pretty much like where I grew up in Towner County ND and it's not that far from SE Sask. Are there lots of those old Cases still around?



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Jim in Sask

04-16-2013 21:12:59




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 Re: 1963 930 in reply to 55 50 Ron, 04-16-2013 17:20:29  
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Ron, you might be interested to know a rancher from Towner, ND by the name of Ryan Taylor regularly writes a column for the Western Producer weekly farm paper that's published here in Sask. According to his column bio he is also a senator in the ND state legislature.

Rusty, your picture of the disker in the snow: I can't even see my old 18' out back, nor the Flexicoil sprayer or anything else parked there. And it's past the middle of April!

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rusty6

04-16-2013 17:45:45




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 Re: 1963 930 in reply to 55 50 Ron, 04-16-2013 17:20:29  

55 50 Ron said: (quoted from post at 17:20:29 04/16/13) S. E. Sask lokks pretty much like where I grew up in Towner County ND and it's not that far from SE Sask. Are there lots of those old Cases still around?


Not a lot of the 30 series left although I have a 730 and my brother has an 830. Still see the odd one show up at farm auctions and on kijiji.
Here is a poor photo of my brother's 830 at work.
And some video from a few years ago breaking up some slough
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R16aT43_j84

And more recently on the pto grain auger.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCie68h-4HQ

And Ron, those older pics were taken with a cheap little kodak 126 camera and I scanned them with the HP scanner.
This post was edited by rusty6 at 17:49:07 04/16/13.

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Brokengun

04-16-2013 13:17:22




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 Re: 1963 930 in reply to rusty6, 04-16-2013 11:12:30  
Rusty do you remember the brand of cab that was on your 930?



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caseman-d

04-15-2013 20:22:33




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 Re: 1963 930 in reply to rusty6, 04-15-2013 14:43:56  
Always heard them foot clutches were stiffer than heck. Never have run a foot clutch. I have a 61 and 63? and both have hand clutches.
caseman-d



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Ronald in NWMO

04-15-2013 19:05:58




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 Re: 1963 930 in reply to rusty6, 04-15-2013 14:43:56  
Nice picture. You can see a long way off in the distance. Do you know where the tractor is today?



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rusty6

04-15-2013 19:31:36




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 Re: 1963 930 in reply to Ronald in NWMO, 04-15-2013 19:05:58  
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Another neighbour bought it at the auction sale about eleven years ago. Its not far away. It was a six speed with the foot clutch. Had about the tightest spring of any clutch I have ever driven. Would have been pretty hard on the knee joint if a person had to do much clutching. Another neighbour had the same tractor except with the hand clutch. He dualed it up with 18.4x34s. I think he had an axle break after that.

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Brad in Sk

06-11-2013 05:29:46




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 Re: 1963 930 in reply to rusty6, 04-15-2013 19:31:36  
another Saskie boy here from the SE. (now in Central Sask.)

I bought a 930CK "64 a few years ago, when my 560IH blew a boot! I had jammed too many fingers baling with the Armstrong Steering, and decided it was time to upgrade.
Glad I did, my ol" 930 had earned me several pockets full of cash custom baling!

mine looks exactly like round fendered on at the top.

I round bale with mine, so it requires multiple clutchings.... sometimes I am up to 18 bales an hour.... My thigh could dull an axe, but my knees cry with every step.... Oh, I know ALL about those strong clutch springs!

I really like mine, perfect size to pull my JD430 Roller, but I HATE the high PTO output shaft, so this year, I"m going to manufacture a hitch to raise up my baler tongue, and clean up the undercarriage for smoother windrow clearance.

I don"t think I burned 150gals of fuel rolling up 1017 bales last year.

this year, brake R&R, PTO R&R, and fresh fluids all "round and she"ll be good to go again!

but I do want to go dry in the rears to get extra clearance!

Yup, I love my ol" 930

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SDLars

04-15-2013 16:56:26




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 Re: 1963 930 in reply to rusty6, 04-15-2013 14:43:56  
Beautiful photo and great tractor. Thanks for posting.



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Adirondack case guy

04-15-2013 15:57:21




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 Re: 1963 930 in reply to rusty6, 04-15-2013 14:43:56  
Great pic. Should have been on Case lit at the time.
Loren



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