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case 530 or 630

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eric wettengel

09-05-2010 20:48:04

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i got this case 530 or 630 not sure what it is no serial tag , its a early 60s triple range and its diesel, does anyone know the differences between the two?

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09-06-2010 17:51:01

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 Re: case 530 or 630 in reply to eric wettengel, 09-05-2010 20:48:04  
530 is a triple range, 630 is a Case-o-Matic.

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09-07-2010 10:22:07

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 Re: case 530 or 630 in reply to ToddD, 09-06-2010 17:51:01  
My mistake. Thinking of the 100 series tractors. This is why my wife does the talking.

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09-07-2010 05:26:02

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 Re: case 530 or 630 in reply to ToddD, 09-06-2010 17:51:01  
Todd, Joe is right. I have a 630 dry clutch sitting in my garage and there are several differences, as Joe mentions, between the 530 and 630. The model number differentiation between COM and dry clutch in the same HP tractor was only true with the hundred series. With the exception of the 430 I believe all 30 series tractors could be obtained with dry clutch or COM up through the 830. Not sure about 930 and 1030 though. I don't think COM was available on them. I think the higher HP tractors with a "COM" like transmission started with the 70 series Power Shift models. Others on our forum can confirm this.


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Joe Young

09-06-2010 19:18:17

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 Re: case 530 or 630 in reply to ToddD, 09-06-2010 17:51:01  

That was the case with the 500B/600B series. The 500B was the dry clutch and the 600B was the Case-o-matic. However, the 530 and 630 series were both available with a dry or case-o-matic clutch. I have a 530 COM and a 630 with a dry clutch. - Joe

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Joe Young

09-06-2010 04:34:05

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 Re: case 530 or 630 in reply to eric wettengel, 09-05-2010 20:48:04  

The gas versions use different engines (159ci = 530, 188ci = 630), while the diesels used the same engine. Beyond the engine, there are a number of subtle differences and a couple that are relatively obvious.

The 630 general purpose tractors were equipped with 36" rear tires, while the 530s were equipped with 28" rear tires. This difference resulted in some additional, subtle differences between the two tractors.

- The fenders on the 630 look similar to the 530 version, but they have an extension welded on the lower portion to account for the larger tires/wheels.

- The 630 also has longer lift arms on the eagle hitch.

- The 630 has taller front spindles (both narrow and wide front assemblies)

There are some additional differences, but the ones mentioned are the most obvious. - Joe

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