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Case-O-Matic vs. Dual Range

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11-26-2011 22:37:30

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This message is a reply to an archived post by 2510Paul on December 20, 2009 at 04:09:14.
The original subject was "CaseOMatic vs. Dual Range".

I have a Dual-Range 830 its a 4 cylinder diesel 65hp the 930 is a 6 cylinder diesel 80hp they also had a 1030 its about 100hp I'm not sure what the difference is with the case-o-matic I would like to know that myself

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11-27-2011 07:43:25

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 Re: Case-O-Matic vs. Dual Range in reply to robrice2004, 11-26-2011 22:37:30  
Case-o-matic came on tractors 830 and smaller. It is a torque converter type drive simmilar to whats in a car or pickup. It was cases answer to the ta and was used in place of a clutch. It is a very easy to use and durable system, but it takes a bit of getting used to. They are perfect for frontend loader work especially. When working, like plowing, you lock it up and it pulles like a regular tractor, but if you run short of power you drop it into case-o-matic and the converter slips and you power threw the tough spot. The harder it pulls the slower you go so you never run out of power and have to shift down. Works especially good for pto work like chopping, the harder the chopper pulls the slower you go so you can pull in a higher gear to compensate for varying crops.

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