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Case 430 530 Gas Interchangeability? Please help.

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Dave (Michigan)

12-05-2007 08:22:33




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I would be very grateful if someone would reply with the differences between a Case 430 and Case 530 - gas models. I have a nice old Case 430 and am considering buying a Case 530 for parts. I should be able to combine several parts to make a really nice tractor. Thanks for your help!




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bradley martin

12-06-2007 02:13:06




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 Re: Case 430 530 Gas Interchangeability? Please help. in reply to Dave (Michigan), 12-05-2007 08:22:33  
All those components mentioned will be identical. Apart from engine displacement, the other diffences are in the grill, hood,fenders and steering column. You will find more differences if one is an early model and one is a late model. There were also various options in transmissions that might differ between the 2 tractors.



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casefarmer

12-05-2007 16:03:54




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 Re: Case 430 530 Gas Interchangeability? Please help. in reply to Dave (Michigan), 12-05-2007 08:22:33  
The 430 gas and 530 gas used the same block the bore was the only difference. Should be no problem changing engines.



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Dave (Michigan)

12-05-2007 18:59:26




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 Re: Case 430 530 Gas Interchangeability? Please help. in reply to casefarmer, 12-05-2007 16:03:54  
What other components will match? Tires? Rims? Trans? Seat? Dash stuff? Starter? You get the idea....I hope everything? Thanks!



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Dennis/Ohio

12-06-2007 02:10:33




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 Re: Case 430 530 Gas Interchangeability? Please help. in reply to Dave (Michigan), 12-05-2007 18:59:26  
Hello,
You can see the dashes are different?
Most everything will interchange but the 30 series has 3 major productions. early, middle & late production. 3 different parts books.
You"ll have a great spare parts inventory.
Many parts are no longer available.
Merry Christmas, Dennis......



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