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930 CK crank shaft V.S. 1030 CK

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R. Jones93

08-04-2006 10:32:29




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Anyone know if a crank shaft out of a 1030 CK diesel will fit into 930 CK diesel. We were able to find a 1030 with bad heads no luck so for a bad 930 engine with good crank.




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CHUCK GILLION

08-08-2006 12:01:58




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 Re: 930 CK crank shaft V.S. 1030 CK in reply to R. Jones93, 08-04-2006 10:32:29  
WE HAVE USED 930 ON OUR LOT, ENGINE IS GOOD SHAPE. ASKING $4900.00 FOR THE HOLE TRACTOR.
WE ALSO HAVE 1070 CASE ALSO...WILL TAKE 3500.00

VISIT OUR WEB SITE AND LOCATION AT crowntractor.com



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Bob/wis

08-05-2006 04:32:39




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 Re: 930 CK crank shaft V.S. 1030 CK in reply to R. Jones93, 08-04-2006 10:32:29  
There is one difference in the cranks. But, if memoroy serves me its listed in both the 930 and 1030 cranks. One style uses 6 all the same size bolts for the fiywheel the other uses4 of the same size and and too for guide I believe. That would be yor only difference in cranks to worry about. You just need to ge tthe right one for your flywheel.
Later
Bob



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hunter1

08-04-2006 17:39:15




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 Re: 930 CK crank shaft V.S. 1030 CK in reply to R. Jones93, 08-04-2006 10:32:29  
Same crank in 930/1030 but 1030 included a dampener.



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Nedd

08-04-2006 13:49:39




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 Re: 930 CK crank shaft V.S. 1030 CK in reply to R. Jones93, 08-04-2006 10:32:29  
I know rod bearings are the same for 377, 401, 451 engines. 100% sure. I think the only difference is bore for the sleeves.



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dboll

08-04-2006 11:24:05




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 Re: 930 CK crank shaft V.S. 1030 CK in reply to R. Jones93, 08-04-2006 10:32:29  
95% sure it will, I know a 1030 crank will go into a 2294



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