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1030 Case fuel tank

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Chris Reinmann

07-03-2011 17:17:14

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Will a 1070 fuel tank fit on a 1030? My extremely nice 1030 has a 4 inch hole in the center of it from the hay rake, raised it a little to high. Sad thing is this tank was near perfect. Would anyone have a good 1030 tank for sale? Thanks
, Chris

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Harold Evans

07-03-2011 18:07:02

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 Re: 1030 Case fuel tank in reply to Chris Reinmann, 07-03-2011 17:17:14  
If it's not too difficult to remove the tank, I'd suggest taking it to your local radiator shop to have them repair it for you. If they are good at their jobs, it will be as good as new when they're done, if not better. They will clean it thoroughly inside and out and then braze or weld up the hole. After you get it back, consider taking some extra time to apply a plastic liner, like Red Kote or some such. Do read the instructions and follow them, however, so that you will have a near perfect tank for many years to come. Just think -- NO RUST to foul your carb!!

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Case Nutty 1660

07-03-2011 17:28:01

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 Re: 1030 Case fuel tank in reply to Chris Reinmann, 07-03-2011 17:17:14  
the two tanks are not mounted the same at all if your tank only has the one hole it sure could be repaired just a thought if you get a replacement just make sure it has the recess holes for the 3-pt arms cnt

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