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10-25-2009 20:33:52

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I have a 1961 430 ( 440-L ) with a #22 loader,from what Ive been able to find out by reading this forum, the 440-L means 430 series,4 means utility, 0 means gas engine,L means low speed gearing. witch all seems to fit except I think the rear diff has been changed to the high speed axle,( triple range with hand clutch )because in high range 4th gear it seems crazy fast,and the paint is obviously different from the rest of the tractor. Ive had it for about a year now and so far Ive fixed the powersteering,rebuilt the carb,and fabbed a grillguard for the loader, I am needing the grillscreens and center post to mount them to and the tractor will be complete . I would also like to know what the correct colors would be to repaint this machine, Thanks in advance Dave

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11-01-2009 14:34:41

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 Re: 430 grill screens in reply to D.Bower, 10-25-2009 20:33:52  
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Thanks for the help guys. I picked up a 1969 431 parts tractor saturday, lots of good stuff there I hope I can use.The pics are of my 440-L and the 431 parts tractor. By lurking around this site reading everyones info I know that the 431 should be diesel, narrow front. It currently has a wide high crop ( I think) front, and a gas block rigged in place. the front tin and grill screens are in awesome shape, and it has a complete 3 point setup (I think its draftomatic).What Id like to do is swap the 3 point onto my 440 loader tractor, but there are differences between the two, it almost looks like it would be easiest to split both tractors and swap the entire rear sections. The 440 has triple range and hand clutch and is a 1961 model, the 431 has 4 speed and a lever about where the triple range shifter is but it only moves back and forth, Im not sure if its dual range or shuttle.Any suggestions or comments would be appreciated,again thanks in advance, Dave

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C. Amick

10-27-2009 19:24:38

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 Re: 430 grill screens in reply to D.Bower, 10-25-2009 20:33:52  
Try Pat Davis for replacment grill screens 937-596-6295.

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10-26-2009 07:13:27

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 Re: 430 grill screens in reply to D.Bower, 10-25-2009 20:33:52  
The 430 means diesel, 440 is the gas model and you are right on the L and H. The third digit signifies utility or general purpose. I have 641 general purpose so I think a 0 430/440 would mean utility, can't remember.

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