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900- 930?

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Jim Johnson

11-10-2006 20:50:56




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I HAVE A CHANCE TO BUY A 930 THAT LOOKS JUST LIKE A 900. IT'S A LP. WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TWO. COULDN'T FIND ANY TAG AND THE LP TANK WAS RUSTED PRETTY BAD ON THE PLATE. WAS WONDERING THE YEAR AND IF IT WAS THE SAME ENGINE,OR IF THERE IS NUMBERS ON THE BLOCK THAT WOULD TELL ME THE DIFFERENCE.




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caseman-d

11-11-2006 05:56:17




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 Re: 900- 930? in reply to Jim Johnson, 11-10-2006 20:50:56  
Ok the 900-930 standards were the same up to 1961. In 1962 they moved the fuel tank to the rear of the tractor. I think it was in 1965 or 66 case went to the square fenders. Case used the same 377 engine on the 930 gas that was used on the Case 910. Look down by the clutch pedal for the serial number on the 930. If it's a real early 930 the serial number may be on the engine flange by the air cleaner.
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Jim Johnson

11-11-2006 06:06:03




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 Re: 900- 930? in reply to caseman-d, 11-11-2006 05:56:17  
But is the numbers on the block the same or will they be different. Thanks for your reply. Jim



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casemand

11-11-2006 06:13:37




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 Re: 900- 930? in reply to Jim Johnson, 11-11-2006 06:06:03  
I don't have a 930 LP but I'm pretty sure the casting number on the blocks should be the same. Get a chance go to www.caseih.com and you may find the blocks may be the same. I do know case put the 377 gas engine in the 930's but not sure if they changed the casting numbers.
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