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driven sprocket for hydraulic pump in 1965 930 tractor

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Peregrine1

02-07-2010 11:51:21




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does anyone have a parts manual for a 1965 model 930 Case tractor? The driven sprocket for the hydraulic pump went on mine and have been uanable to find one at a wrtecker, mostly because it is dead winter and their yards are drifted in bad with snow. I"m wondering if someone could send me a specification drawing from a manual so I can get a machinist to make me a new one? The one I took out of my tractor is beat up at both ends and the machinist would like a spec drawing to help him. Thanks

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bradley martin

02-08-2010 13:40:31




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 Re: driven sprocket for hydraulic pump in 1965 930 tractor in reply to Peregrine1, 02-07-2010 11:51:21  
Unfortunately, the parts manual will not give you the specs....only a diagram of the part without any reference scale. Your best bet would likely be a wrecking yard for an original, even if its only to get measurements from. Somewhere in Racine, no doubt there are the original spec drawings, but it is doubtful that you can access them...at least not in a timely fashion.



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Peregrine1

02-08-2010 15:40:44




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 Re: driven sprocket for hydraulic pump in 1965 930 tractor in reply to bradley martin, 02-08-2010 13:40:31  
Thanks for your comments, you are right. I found a wrecker in Texas that had two of them and they are sending one up(to Saskatchewan).



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D-C-741

02-07-2010 21:13:09




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 Re: driven sprocket for hydraulic pump in 1965 930 tractor in reply to Peregrine1, 02-07-2010 11:51:21  
Call Goodrich Tractor parts I know they have some in there yard /607-642-3293



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Peregrine1

02-08-2010 15:45:09




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 Re: driven sprocket for hydraulic pump in 1965 930 tractor in reply to D-C-741, 02-07-2010 21:13:09  
Thanks for your suggestion and the name of the wrecker who has some. I actually ordered one from a wrecker in Texas that my neighbour found. I appreciate you taking the time to help me.



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Tom Railsback

02-07-2010 14:06:48




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 Re: driven sprocket for hydraulic pump in 1965 930 tractor in reply to Peregrine1, 02-07-2010 11:51:21  
That parts manual should be online; go to CaseIH.com and click on the parts search link.



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Peregrine1

02-08-2010 15:48:17




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 Re: driven sprocket for hydraulic pump in 1965 930 tractor in reply to Tom Railsback, 02-07-2010 14:06:48  
Thanks for your reply and taking the time to help me. I found the part in Texas for a reasonable price. The Case/IH site did not actually get me what I was looking for, but it did give me some ideas.



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Roger H

02-07-2010 13:51:29




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 Re: driven sprocket for hydraulic pump in 1965 930 tractor in reply to Peregrine1, 02-07-2010 11:51:21  
this must be on a 6 speed, right?



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Peregrine1

02-08-2010 06:31:42




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 Re: driven sprocket for hydraulic pump in 1965 930 tractor in reply to Roger H, 02-07-2010 13:51:29  
yes, this is a 6 speed. The parts number is A24126



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Marlin2

02-07-2010 13:42:03




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 Re: driven sprocket for hydraulic pump in 1965 930 tractor in reply to Peregrine1, 02-07-2010 11:51:21  
Are you referring to the pump input gear and shaft assembly.



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Peregrine1

02-08-2010 06:39:53




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 Re: driven sprocket for hydraulic pump in 1965 930 tractor in reply to Marlin2, 02-07-2010 13:42:03  
The parts number is A24126. This sprocket is chain driven off the pto and linked to the pump. It had obviously been repaired years ago before I bought this tractor, however the thrust washer at the front end had not been replaced and over many years the front end of the sprocket "shaft" had ground into the housing allowing play. This resulted in deformation of the rear end where it joins to the coupling, which itself was not damaged. I haven't been able to find a replacement part here in Saskatchewan, but have a local machinist who will make one if I can find the specs.

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