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Jberens

02-08-2010 10:48:15




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This tractor had a junk block in it and someone else wanted some pieces so I tore it down. My question is, it has really a nice hood,nose piece,grills and other various things but do them grills fit anything other than a 1030 and if so, what? What is that stuff worth? Thanks




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1031D

02-09-2010 11:06:48




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 Re: Parting out 1030 in reply to Jberens, 02-08-2010 10:48:15  
I have a 68 orange column and the power steering pulley is almost square, fan is usuable



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1031D

02-09-2010 08:30:05




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 Re: Parting out 1030 in reply to Jberens, 02-08-2010 10:48:15  
I also need that little strap "lever" that is down by the hydraulic levers on the RH side next to the seat and connects to a lever on top of the transmission. What year is it and how are the engine pulleys, mainly fan and power steering?



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jberens

02-09-2010 10:34:33




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 Re: Parting out 1030 in reply to 1031D, 02-09-2010 08:30:05  
I still have that strap, I'm pretty sure it is a 67 orange colum the pulleys are worn pretty good



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Jeff From WI.

02-09-2010 06:27:44




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 Re: Parting out 1030 in reply to Jberens, 02-08-2010 10:48:15  
I need the whole seat assy?



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jberens

02-09-2010 07:25:40




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 Re: Parting out 1030 in reply to Jeff From WI., 02-09-2010 06:27:44  
I'm restoring a Western Special as I have kept the seat for that Thanks



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1031D

02-09-2010 00:02:25




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 Re: Parting out 1030 in reply to Jberens, 02-08-2010 10:48:15  
I need the draft sensing link from underneath the rear end, has a big cast iron hook on one end.



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jberens

02-09-2010 07:27:53




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 Re: Parting out 1030 in reply to 1031D, 02-09-2010 00:02:25  
I'll see what I can get done there. I sold the 3 point off but that guy might have one. Thanks



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loneranger27

02-08-2010 19:41:50




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 Re: Parting out 1030 in reply to Jberens, 02-08-2010 10:48:15  
i would be interested in the fuel tank if it doesnt have any dents in it. Where in Iowa are you located? I travel through there from time to time and could pic up the tank possibly.

thanks
john



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jberens

02-08-2010 20:04:00




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 Re: Parting out 1030 in reply to loneranger27, 02-08-2010 19:41:50  
Sorry the tank is gone but it had a dent with a patch welded on it. Thanks anyway



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dwalsh

02-08-2010 19:11:51




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 Re: Parting out 1030 in reply to Jberens, 02-08-2010 10:48:15  
The hood front end and screens only fit the 1030 correctly. The hood and front end each are 1.5 in longer than the 930.



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jberens

02-08-2010 11:06:30




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 Re: Parting out 1030 in reply to Jberens, 02-08-2010 10:48:15  
I'm from western Iowa 712-269-2851



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Nedd

02-08-2010 10:53:44




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 Re: Parting out 1030 in reply to Jberens, 02-08-2010 10:48:15  
Nice grills bring $50 a piece on ebay. Bought a hood in the local junkyard a year ago for $50. Tin work and many other parts fit 730/830/930 series. Especially comfort king models. Where are you located I would be interested in a couple parts if you are close.



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jberens

02-08-2010 11:10:57




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 Re: Parting out 1030 in reply to Nedd, 02-08-2010 10:53:44  
Are the grills the same?



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J Heitkemper

02-08-2010 19:15:01




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 Re: Parting out 1030 in reply to jberens, 02-08-2010 11:10:57  
930 grills will flip around to fit 800 I know fo sure ...



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