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Stuart H

10-30-2006 12:53:22




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Hi,

I just bought a pretty nice Case 630 with triple range transmission and remote hydraulics and stuff. It is a diesel and has a fresh overhaul along with a bunch of other work that was done to it. One thing that baffles me is it acts like it doesn't have a "live" PTO. I would have thought that a tractor of this hp would have. It's not that big a deal as I'm just going to bush hog with it and stuff like that, but I'd rather have a live pto tractor for that. Did they make these without live pto's?

Thanks,

Stuart

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Michael Hale

11-26-2006 10:54:33




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 Re: Case 630 in reply to Stuart H, 10-30-2006 12:53:22  
I'm Stuarts brother. Stuart and I went to see a Case 630 tractor that we can buy parts off of. It was almost all there missing the radiator, grills and one front wheel. This 630 was gas and has narrow front wheels. It also has spinout rear wheels and power steering. Sad thing is it was retired because it threw a rod through the block. I would like to buy and restore it to go with our other 630. Question is can you get a engine block? If you can't I'll try to buy as many parts as I can. Next time I go talk to the owner I'll post a picture for everyone.
Michael Hale

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630crazy

11-01-2006 13:52:49




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 Re: Case 630 in reply to Stuart H, 10-30-2006 12:53:22  
One draw back of the hand clutch over Live power, is you can not change gears with pto engaged(running), where as you can with the Live, like say if you want to back up. Also, it will still run you through the fence if you come flying up to a corner and forget to pull the hand clutch back or in an emergency situation if your not use to a hand clutch... However, if you do need to idle through a tough spot, the hand clutch runs in oil, it's a lot better to slip it, than burn the linings off the dry clutch.

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Stuart H

11-01-2006 15:38:09




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 Re: Case 630 in reply to 630crazy, 11-01-2006 13:52:49  
Hi,

I"ve only had the tractor for a few days and haven"t really gotten to explore it thouroghly, but you would think that if the hand clutch disengages the transmission that you would be able to change gears. I may try it next time I have it running..... I may also post a picture if I can figure out how...

Thanks for all your replies,

Stuart



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630crazy

11-02-2006 08:27:51




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 Re: Case 630 in reply to Stuart H, 11-01-2006 15:38:09  
You are right, you would think that... Mine does not, maybe something is worn out in the tranny????

Please post some pictures. All of us two-tone guys would love to see it.



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Stuart H

11-02-2006 14:48:01




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 Re: Case 630 in reply to 630crazy, 11-02-2006 08:27:51  
Hi,

I haven"t checked it, but I will. I"ll try to post some pictures this weekend. Mechanically the tractor is nearly new. It was repaited, also, but the hood was painted white instead of the correct color. The rear rims need to be painted, but it still looks decent and they will probably get painted this winter. The tac needs a new cable, also and some other odds and ends, but I"m pleased with it so far.

Stuart

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630crazy

11-03-2006 07:40:12




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 Re: Case 630 in reply to Stuart H, 11-02-2006 14:48:01  
Try John Saeli for the tach cable. JGarner and I both own 630's. We are trying to help each other out on finding parts and stuff. Drop me an e-mail with the parts you need and I will keep my eyes open for you. I live in Pittsburg, KS and have several salvage yards around me within seventy miles or so.



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Stuart H

11-04-2006 17:28:20




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 Re: Case 630 in reply to 630crazy, 11-03-2006 07:40:12  
Hi,

I posted a picture of the tractor.

Thanks,

Stuart



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Stuart H

11-03-2006 09:35:50




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 Re: Case 630 in reply to 630crazy, 11-03-2006 07:40:12  
My brother is going to look at a 630 with a blown motor in the near future. I need a rear rim, but the one I have isn't bad, just a little rust out and the rest is all minor stuff. I'd like to have the tach and speedo working, though. What all is wrong with your tractor?

Stuart



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JRT

10-30-2006 21:03:22




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 Re: Case 630 in reply to Stuart H, 10-30-2006 12:53:22  
J Garner is right about the hand clutch on the left side of the transmission is as good or better than a life pto. With it you stop the movement of the tractor but the pto keeps on running. Also you may need to use it bushhogging. If you were cutting heavy thick brush or grass and wanted to barely creep the tractor along you can disengage the handclutch and reengage it without using the footclutch. It is great about bushhogging real heavy stuff.

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JGarner

10-30-2006 14:20:21




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 Re: Case 630 in reply to Stuart H, 10-30-2006 12:53:22  
The 630 triple range has a kind of live PTO (case-o-matic has a live PTO I believe). The foot clutch stops the PTO shaft and the little lever coming out of the PTO housing under the right hand side of the seat shifts it in and out of gear. If you need to stop the tractor but keep the PTO running, the hand clutch lever stops the forward or rearward motion of the tractor, but does not stop the PTO. I haven't yet had the time or need to try these combinations with my 630, but what I have read leads me to believe I have got it down. Anyone??

JGarner

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