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830 Diesel high tank w/ Dual Range

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Black Stack

09-21-2009 12:51:52




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I was told they didn't make many of these. How many?




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Nedd

09-21-2009 14:23:27




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 Re: 830 Diesel high tank w/ Dual Range in reply to Black Stack, 09-21-2009 12:51:52  
I think it was for only one year. 63 or 64 It was right before the switch to comfort king models. Don't know the number produced. Hopefully someone else will chime in.



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DKase

09-21-2009 18:09:55




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 Re: 830 Diesel high tank w/ Dual Range in reply to Nedd, 09-21-2009 14:23:27  
I have a 1962 so it must have been the very last part of 62, and all of 63, and 64. I do not know if they made any EH models in 65 before the CK came out. DK



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Black Stack

09-21-2009 20:13:00




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 Re: 830 Diesel high tank w/ Dual Range in reply to DKase, 09-21-2009 18:09:55  
What I meant was....I was told most of the 830 diesel hi tanks were Case-O-Matics, not dual range.



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dboll

09-22-2009 05:12:22




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 Re: 830 Diesel high tank w/ Dual Range in reply to Black Stack, 09-21-2009 20:13:00  
probably were, most old case advertising for the early 30'series were for com with virtually no mention of the dual range trans.



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dboll

09-21-2009 19:46:55




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 Re: 830 Diesel high tank w/ Dual Range in reply to DKase, 09-21-2009 18:09:55  
Darrel, I always thought it was 62 1/2 and 63 with 64's being ck's, personally I don't like sitting behind the hood, I would rather have a lo- pro or preferably a ck, I have seen quite a few so don't consider them rare.



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DKase

09-22-2009 06:01:16




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 Re: 830 Diesel high tank w/ Dual Range in reply to dboll, 09-21-2009 19:46:55  
Doug; Looked at my CK parts book. The CK started at 8253501. That is the first 1965 tractor. I never thought the high tin EH was rare either, although I cannot recall ever seeing a COM high tin EH tractor. All I have seen were dual range. I would imagine they are out there though.



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