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930 The fun never stops

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CNESLER

05-20-2007 06:37:38




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I went to plow with my fresh overhauled 930
and the three point hitch would not lift the plow
two hours later I had that fixed (stuck check ball in draft-o-matic valve) plowed for about two hours and the power steering pump locked up.
We just happened to have an extra pump in our spare part stash so another hour and a half to change the pump and I was back plowing.
40 year old tractors where else can you have this much fun? CNESLER

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Wildonewest

05-21-2007 00:38:00




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 Re: 930 The fun never stops in reply to CNESLER, 05-20-2007 06:37:38  
I have a 67 930/932 diesel 8 speed that I could sell parts from. Still has lots of parts. Was mostly used to pump water so many parts are still tight. Chris Young Hotchkiss, CO



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CNESLER

05-21-2007 16:11:12




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 Re: 930 The fun never stops in reply to Wildonewest, 05-21-2007 00:38:00  
WILDONEWEST,
I sure could use a parts tractor but It would cost me more to haul from Co. to North East Ar. then I could pay at todays gas prices.
CNESLER



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KY Jim

05-20-2007 07:55:47




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 Re: 930 The fun never stops in reply to CNESLER, 05-20-2007 06:37:38  
I just bought one myself, so I figger I"ll do it like I do all my other vehicles, and chase the gremlins around it until it"s Restored. You wouldn"t happen to have a spare left brake pedal, would you? KY Jim



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CNESLER

05-20-2007 08:22:44




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 Re: 930 The fun never stops in reply to KY Jim , 05-20-2007 07:55:47  
KY Jim The only parts I have left are a starter,injection pump,fuel tank and rear fenders
I'm looking for a donor tractor now my self.
CNESLER



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mole

05-20-2007 13:42:48




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 Re: 930 The fun never stops in reply to CNESLER, 05-20-2007 08:22:44  
I have a lead on a 930 that could be had for parts if interested. Story I got was there is something wrong with fuel system otherwise it would run. It is in north central Indiana.



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KY Jim

05-20-2007 12:10:09




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 Re: 930 The fun never stops in reply to CNESLER, 05-20-2007 08:22:44  
The guy I bought mine from has TWO of the 930's with the rear-mounted seats. Mine was the only tall 930 he had. The two he has left are complete and run, but have no 3-point hitches, remotes only, which is why he can't sell them. He also has three or four 830's, a few DB's, and three 4x4 Cases. He is in Owingsville, KY, halfway between Lexington and Morehead on I-64. KY Jim

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fred eagerton jr.

05-20-2007 18:45:06




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 Re: 930 The fun never stops in reply to KY Jim, 05-20-2007 12:10:09  
i am looking for fenders, parts etc. for a 830 and 930, restoring both that where my uncles tractors, having bad time finding parts or someone that is enterested in even helping. can call me 334-315-3422 c or h 334-286-9286. thanks, Fred



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Brad Gyde

05-21-2007 23:29:07




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 Re: 930 The fun never stops in reply to fred eagerton jr., 05-20-2007 18:45:06  
Fred, I believed You called me about the 800 for parts I had, Sorry that I had not returned your call, but I believe I have sold it whole, however I have your number still and if it does not go through, I will let you know

Thank you

Brad Gyde



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Sambo

05-20-2007 17:49:58




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 Re: 930 The fun never stops in reply to KY Jim, 05-20-2007 12:10:09  
Ky Jim do you know what he was asking for his 930"s and could you please give me his phone number I"m interested in one of them there a little hard to find here in Kentucky and does anyone have a running 504 or 451 around Ky, reasonable



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KY Jim

05-21-2007 18:07:51




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 Re: 930 The fun never stops in reply to Sambo, 05-20-2007 17:49:58  
That's the feller! Also, Case Farm Machinery in Grayson, KY can still get all kinds of 930 parts. High, though. KY Jim



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SteveKy

05-21-2007 17:52:42




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 Re: 930 The fun never stops in reply to Sambo, 05-20-2007 17:49:58  
The tractor guy JimKy is talking about is Gary Shrout ,old Case man ,used tractor's and parts. I was there today 2 930,s wheatland's 3 830,s 1 730 1200tk and 1570 lot's of parts for sale . I asked him before posting his name and number ,GOOD GUY home(606)683-2131 cell (859)398-0072. PS tell him Steve Ky posted it for him.



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jaker2

05-20-2007 13:57:55




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 Re: 930 The fun never stops in reply to KY Jim, 05-20-2007 12:10:09  
Hey jim, Do you happen to know if the 830s are for sale. Are they high tin, low tin, comfort king, or wheatland models. If you want you can e-mail me to let me know. As I am always looking for good 830s. Thanks Jake My e-mail is BigJake_50@homtail.com



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KY Jim

05-23-2007 07:49:19




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 Re: 930 The fun never stops in reply to jaker2, 05-20-2007 13:57:55  
Everything he has is For Sale except his wife and kids. Going down there today or this weekend, will check on stuff. One 830 has a cracked block but runs, it's an external freeze-crack, they patched it, two stick transmission, 2500. I was going to buy it, but the 930 came up unexpectedly, for not much more. I'll check back in a few. KY Jim



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