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Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor

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02-18-2013 18:01:34

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Its an R. Watch it alot. Bone stock R tranny/rearend takes 1800 hp :-) Don Dufner from up here in the ND tundra. He still farms with 2 cylinders & has hundreds of them.

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02-18-2013 19:25:01

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 Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor in reply to gtx1967jewison, 02-18-2013 18:01:34  
I just watched the video of the Louisville pull,,I guarantee that is "not" an R under the hood....

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02-19-2013 05:58:55

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 Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor in reply to Tim S, 02-18-2013 19:25:01  
I dont believe the allison- powered R has ever left Minnesota /ND. It has an 1800hp allison v-12 fighter engine in it. As in 1930's-40's. But the entire trans/rearend are bone stock jd R. Even the first reduction gears. The engine sits sideways & powers the gear through a homemade gearbox ran off the automotive style clutch on the engine. Im sure that 830 has some other engine as well. Maybe an inline 6 as long as that hood looks.

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Tim S

02-19-2013 06:10:38

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 Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor in reply to gtx1967jewison, 02-19-2013 05:58:55  
I remember seeing an 830 with a V8 Cat in it , very nicely done..I think it was in the Green Magazine a couple years ago.

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02-19-2013 19:35:47

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 Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor in reply to Tim S, 02-19-2013 06:10:38  
Also have seen that one in person! Super nice job.

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