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Re: 1963 930

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04-15-2013 19:31:36

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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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