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l79m20

06-18-2011 12:01:03




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Can anyone put up some photos of a diesel 630, I'm looking for some clearshots of both sides of the engine so that I can see what if any parts might be missing..........joe




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l79m20

06-19-2011 18:31:31




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 Re: Case 630 pictures in reply to l79m20, 06-18-2011 12:01:03  
those pictures are exactly what I'm was looking for...........Thanks a million to all!!! What is the item that has electric cord do? Heater of some type? My tractor has an electrical item with what can be decribed as insulated air hose that snakes up to intake, but seems to be missing some parts, any ideas?



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Joe Young

06-19-2011 19:47:23




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 Re: Case 630 pictures in reply to l79m20, 06-19-2011 18:31:31  
Joe

The electric cord hanging down from the center of the left side of the block is connected to an electric block heater.

A picture of your mystery item would be helpful. It sounds like it may be the cable that carries electrical current to the manifold heater. - Joe



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l79m20

06-20-2011 07:52:33




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 Re: Case 630 pictures in reply to Joe Young, 06-19-2011 19:47:23  
I'll try to post a few this evening...Joe



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m hawley

08-09-2011 18:22:00




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 Re: Case 630 pictures in reply to l79m20, 06-20-2011 07:52:33  
I recently purchased a 630 diesel. I do not know the year because the serial number tag was missing. One thing that I noticed different was the location of the oil filter, mine is in the horizontal position and not the vertical. This tractor has the 3 point hitch and not the eagle claw. When I bought the tractor the decals said triple range on the side of the tank. But as it turns out this tractor is a dual range. If any one knows what causes a tractor to jump out of 4th gear high range I could use some help. I pulled the shifting cover and checked the spring, every thing looks good. The other issue this tractor has is the live pto clutch does not work properly. I will try to post some photos.

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Joe Young

06-19-2011 04:54:53




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 Re: Case 630 pictures in reply to l79m20, 06-18-2011 12:01:03  
Hi Joe

The following are pics of my late model 630 diesel. The on item not include in the pic of the right side is the manifold heated solenoid, I didn't have it mounted yet when this picture was taken. (See blue arrow and circle for location of the solenoid.) - Joe

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Case Nutty 1660

06-18-2011 21:08:04




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 Re: Case 630 pictures in reply to l79m20, 06-18-2011 12:01:03  
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Joe the first pic is the RH side of my 630 D I ddidn't take the LH side of it because I have the injection pump, manifold off but I threw in a shot of a 188 in my shop I can take a pic of the LH side of the 630 without pump/manifold if you like also let me know hope this helps cnt

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JGarner

06-19-2011 09:32:12




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 Re: Case 630 pictures in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 06-18-2011 21:08:04  
CNT, you wouldn't happen to have another 630 or even 530 that is a gasser of that vintage, Char-Lynn unit under steering wheel, would you? Steering suction hose routing is soooo much cleaner on the diesel without the distributor and coil sitting there. I have mine all hooked up but my hose routing is tortuous at best and I am wonderimng if there is a better way than I have done it.

Jim



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Case Nutty 1660

06-19-2011 16:45:32




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 Re: Case 630 pictures in reply to JGarner, 06-19-2011 09:32:12  
Jim I do not have a gas one but will look thru my 630 servise and see if they show it there cnt



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JGarner

06-20-2011 13:09:04




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 Re: Case 630 pictures in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 06-19-2011 16:45:32  
Do you have that manual section for a 630? Up to Torque Tube, Section F I think binder is in the other room, is as far as and can fin. Joe Young, 630crazy and I have hashed this over several times and we wondered since 630 was made only 4 years that they never finished service books. Says on the cover of Section A to look at 500b/600b books until all sections were available. These tractors have a different steering set up than the 30 series AND the 30 series didn't stay consistent through the model years either according to parts book.If you have 530 or 630 book with that view please post or send to my e-mail, it is open. My gasser 630 has a pump and reservoir set up like your diesel, but the suction hose has to weave through the distributor/coil area and nearly kinks the way I have it run. If there is a better way I would like to do that short of using 4' of hose, putting and ell and short nipple out of the reservoir base, etc.

How's things going, better I hope.

Jim

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