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Re: 830 rear end

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04-29-2014 22:12:38

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my books came right from case case 830&730 are different from the 930&1030 they show a good breakdown of what you needbut part#s are different

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04-30-2014 09:17:47

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 Re: 830 rear end in reply to harely, 04-29-2014 22:12:38  
they are different. but if you were crafty you could bolt the 730-830 motor to a 930-1030 rear end.
Tin and steering may be a trick to do.

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NC Kelly

04-30-2014 07:40:17

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 Re: 830 rear end in reply to harely, 04-29-2014 22:12:38  
Thanks for that info. I've got a parts manual for the 730-830 and shop manual that covers up to a 1030, and was hoping since they are grouped together in the shop manual that they used the same housing.

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Chuck Machinist

04-30-2014 02:06:03

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 Re: 830 rear end in reply to harely, 04-29-2014 22:12:38  
Would the 400 series tractors a possible choice? Chuck

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NC Kelly

04-30-2014 07:41:00

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 Re: 830 rear end in reply to Chuck Machinist, 04-30-2014 02:06:03  
I don't know if a 400 series would work or not, but if so, that would be great!
This post was edited by NC Kelly at 07:52:54 04/30/14 2 times.

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