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1030 CASE MANIFLOLD

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GREGARD

02-10-2008 19:38:20




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I AM WANTING TO PUT A TURBO ON MY 1030 CASE TRACTOR, WILL A MANIFOLD OFF OF A 1170, OR 1175 WORK SINCE THEY ARE THE 451 ENG ALSO?




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GREGARD

02-11-2008 09:17:02




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 Re: 1030 CASE MANIFLOLD in reply to GREGARD, 02-10-2008 19:38:20  
WHERE CAN I FIND A MANIFOLD THAT WILL WORK FOR PUTTING THAT TURBO ON MY 1030



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Roger (Mi)

02-11-2008 05:28:40




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 turbo for 1030 in reply to GREGARD, 02-10-2008 19:38:20  
To find a factory turbo manifold for 1030 powercell heads, you'll need to find the manifold from a Case 1200. I found one at a salvage yard and put it on my 1030. It works great.
The manifold from a 70's cross flow head will NOT work.



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jim handke

02-11-2008 05:14:04




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 Re: 1030 CASE MANIFLOLD in reply to GREGARD, 02-10-2008 19:38:20  
they are completely different.



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1030 Brian

02-10-2008 20:04:45




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 Re: 1030 CASE MANIFLOLD in reply to GREGARD, 02-10-2008 19:38:20  
I believe that the 70 series had the manifold on the right side. I don't see it doable. -Brian



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