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02-06-2014 11:49:12

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If I remember correctly on the 1370s that we used you could change from 1000 to 540 PTO by turning the shaft around, was this feature used on the 970 on up?

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Case Nutty 1660

02-06-2014 12:09:49

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 Re: 70 series tractors in reply to Animal, 02-06-2014 11:49:12  
770/870/970/1070/1090/1170/1175 could have the 540/1000 unit, the 1270/1370/1570 have 1000 rpm shaft only

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02-06-2014 16:44:35

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 Re: 70 series tractors in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 02-06-2014 12:09:49  
And now the 730, 830, 930, and 1030 8 speed DOM tractors can have one from a 70 series if desired.

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j hikemper

02-06-2014 19:26:32

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 Re: 70 series tractors in reply to DKase, 02-06-2014 16:44:35  
come again ,????, iam always learnin ....are you saying any big 30 series that is 540 and draft -o matic will accept a later 70 series 1000 shaft ?.with no alterations to the 30 series ?.?//I have a 1971 1070 power shift set up for 540 ,, and I need to install a new clutch pak in there,,mite experiment with pto swappin with the 930 comfort king ,, if you guys say it will work,,/

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02-07-2014 06:02:05

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 Re: 70 series tractors in reply to j hikemper, 02-06-2014 19:26:32  
It will not just bolt on. I have developed a kit that I sell that has everything you need to bolt the 70 series 2 speed housing on the 30 series DOM 8 speed tractors. You will use your original manual PTO lever, and your original 30 series hydraulic pump. Only way to tell it is a 2 speed PTO is the snap ring around the PTO. Kit is advertised in the classifieds. Feel free to try to do it yourself. I spent weeks making the parts to make it work. DK

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Case Nutty 1660

02-06-2014 16:48:04

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 Re: 70 series tractors in reply to DKase, 02-06-2014 16:44:35  
That's true!! cnt

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02-06-2014 14:59:56

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 Re: 70 series tractors in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 02-06-2014 12:09:49  
Thanks CN

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