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630 Case-O-Matic PTO clutch repair

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Rick M

08-04-2010 15:09:37




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Are the 630 and 730 PTO's the same? I need the sliding sleeve in the PTO assembly and know where a 730 is being parted out. I don't have a parts book yet, only the repair manual. Thanks




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Rick M

08-05-2010 09:51:24




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 Re: 630 Case-O-Matic PTO clutch repair in reply to Rick M, 08-04-2010 15:09:37  
Thanks for all the information. I checked the Case-IH parts site and got some part numbers and I think I have some parts tracked down. Thanks, Rick



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DKase

08-04-2010 19:24:40




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 Re: 630 Case-O-Matic PTO clutch repair in reply to Rick M, 08-04-2010 15:09:37  
Do not count it out. Live power SC through 2290 use the same PTO clutch plates. I do not know much about the tractors smaller than the 700 so you will have to look up the part #'s.



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JGarner

08-04-2010 19:02:06




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 Re: 630 Case-O-Matic PTO clutch repair in reply to Rick M, 08-04-2010 15:09:37  
730 and 830 are close, as Mel said, part numbers must be chased. I have found that the closest thing to the 630 is the 511b for triple range and 611b for COM. I have a very early 630 dry clutch triple range and lots in common with 511b except engine and front end tin. I think rear fenders are common too.

Case IH parts site on line is a world of help for part number comparisons.

Jim



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mEl

08-04-2010 15:33:35




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 Re: 630 Case-O-Matic PTO clutch repair in reply to Rick M, 08-04-2010 15:09:37  
There is not much in common between a 630 standard shift tractor pto and a 730 sorry to say. The COM tractors had a plate style over center clutch assembly of a different design entirely but may have had the same plates as a 730 but PN's would have to be chased to be sure, not much else in common. mEl



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