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Was there ever a 4x4 930/1030 case? Parts on ebay

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Chris young

11-08-2009 18:17:19




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Looking on ebay for 930 Case stuff and found this. If it does fit a 930 and if all the parts were there I think it would be neat to have a 4x4 930 Case! Has anybody ever seen a 4x4 930 before?

eBay auction # 290351201372




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1031D

11-10-2009 22:29:04




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 Re: Was there ever a 4x4 930/1030 case? Parts on ebay in reply to Chris young, 11-08-2009 18:17:19  
If you click on the other thread and look at the LH side, that thing is also turbo'ed!!! Rarest of the rare for 1030's



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mole

11-09-2009 14:59:19




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 Re: Was there ever a 4x4 930/1030 case? Parts on ebay in reply to Chris young, 11-08-2009 18:17:19  
By looking the the ebay pics I would say it is for a 900 or 6 speed 930. The tranfer case goes in place of the cover where I think 6th speed is at on the outside of the case. Also the wishbone is made to bolt up to the front of the clutch housing under the oil pan. Wouldn't it look cool on a 600!!



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Jerry W

11-08-2009 18:39:32




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 Re: Was there ever a 4x4 930/1030 case? Parts on ebay in reply to Chris young, 11-08-2009 18:17:19  
third party image

Here is a 1030.



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Chris young

11-08-2009 18:54:25




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 Re: Was there ever a 4x4 930/1030 case? Parts on ebay in reply to Jerry W, 11-08-2009 18:39:32  
Thanks Jerry. That looks neat!! So they did make one. I'd like to make my 930 into a 4x4 but I don't have enough time to get my 930 running!



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Howard H.

11-09-2009 14:30:21




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 Re: Was there ever a 4x4 930/1030 case? Parts on ebay in reply to Chris young, 11-08-2009 18:54:25  

Here is the link to a thread from a while back.

I posted the other side here:



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J.D.H.

11-09-2009 06:02:26




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 Re: Was there ever a 4x4 930/1030 case? Parts on ebay in reply to Chris young, 11-08-2009 18:54:25  
The MFD was not a factory option until the 2090 and 2290. The one you are looking at is an after-market unit. They were used on other tractors as well till all the manufacturer's started offering them. I believe Oliver was one of the first to offer the MFD. This info is in Tom and Eldon's Case book.



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Jimmie D. Phelps

11-09-2009 12:29:50




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 Re: Was there ever a 4x4 930/1030 case? Parts on ebay in reply to J.D.H., 11-09-2009 06:02:26  
I believe MM was the first to offer front wheel assist. The first FWA was put on a G MM here in Sidney, NE by Folland Farm Equipment . A Man (Wayne Kennedy)from Kimball Co wanted one so Doyle Foland got a front wheel unit from a old army six X six. and later they put the first six cyl in the G, The six was from a MM irrg.unit(LP). This was the fore runner of the MM G-6.



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dboll

11-10-2009 05:20:12




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 Re: Was there ever a 4x4 930/1030 case? Parts on ebay in reply to Jimmie D. Phelps, 11-09-2009 12:29:50  
Jimmie, Was that Kenny Folands dad? I know Kenny from tractor pulls. The fwa on a 930/1030 were mostly if not all conversions from Ellwood.



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Jimmie D. Phelps

11-13-2009 12:18:32




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 Re: Was there ever a 4x4 930/1030 case? Parts on ebay in reply to dboll, 11-10-2009 05:20:12  
Yes Doyle was Kenny"s Dad . I know Kenny well He is still the dealer for White or now I think, Agro. He , beside trator pulls has some nice restored MM tractors. He also flys RC planes sometime on a runway which used to be for my real plane. Just south of my house. He has a brother Dale who is in the business with him.



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