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Re: What's the story on 4030s?
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Cavitation is a common problem, and there are many different ideas on the control of it,, and just as many out comes, The 4030's were a bit light in the frame rails, and this was only a problem when they had a loader mounted on them, where they bolted to the clutch housing was not a good idea along with that style engine not having side frame bolt bosses in them, the engines were fine, the drive lines were fine,, a very good "light" duty tractor,, and just because the "looked" like their bigger brothers did not mean that they would preform the same tasks,, they are much better than the troublesome utility tractors that were produced at the same time. The 4030's were a very good chore tractor, and great for hay operations, we sold a lot of them at our old dealership, and most of them are still around here, preforming the same duty as they have since the day I unloaded them off the delivery truck.
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