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Fix it or part it??????

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dougf

03-11-2012 16:40:30




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Ok guys, I have a Case 930 "standard" "wheatland" or whatever you call it in your area,.Tractor ran about 10 years ago,but developed a fuel problem.Injection pump I think. Since then it sat inside for about 3 years and outside untill recently. Now the motor is stuck.We pulled the injectors and sprayed PB Blaster and let it soak. Pulled the valve covers and the top looks good and clean.I know all the tires are dry rotted and need replaced. The cluctch wasnt the best . Brakes are gone.Now with all this stuff wrong,what is my best option?Try to fix it or sell off what good parts I can and scrap the rest? Ive seen running tractors on here for $3000 or less. I hate to kill a tractor but where do you draw the line?? Whats your opinion? Be kind, dont beat me up too bad! LOL Thanks Doug

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mallard

03-12-2012 15:41:38




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 Re: Fix it or part it?????? in reply to dougf, 03-11-2012 16:40:30  
fix it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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John Saeli

03-12-2012 05:40:19




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 Re: Fix it or part it?????? in reply to dougf, 03-11-2012 16:40:30  
Restore it!! They don't make them anymore.



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mark in boonville ny

03-11-2012 20:11:02




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 Re: Fix it or part it?????? in reply to dougf, 03-11-2012 16:40:30  
if it was mine id part it. but i would keep it till every useable part is gone and only dcrap what is no good or when you get to a certain point sell whats left in bulk or who ever needs anything else to who ever is not going to scrap it.



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appleton in

03-11-2012 17:31:14




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 Re: Fix it or part it?????? in reply to dougf, 03-11-2012 16:40:30  
send some pic of it and what state it is in



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wilson ind

03-11-2012 17:09:12




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 Re: Fix it or part it?????? in reply to dougf, 03-11-2012 16:40:30  
CONSIDER POSTING FOR tED o CASE MAN RUNNING ORPHANAGE IN CAMBODIA donate to him and write donation off taxes. they stage and load containers of cases in fort Morgan co I can give you phone number for Fory Morgan yard if you are interested. This is legit orphanage and relly helps those kids. Others on here have done same Bill



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George Marsh

03-12-2012 11:38:43




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 Re: Fix it or part it?????? in reply to wilson ind, 03-11-2012 17:09:12  
Bill, Remember the tractor my neighbor was going to sell you before he changed his mind? Come to find out the tractor really wasn't his. A guy down the road came with a big Massey and pulled the pulled to his house. What kind of a mess would you have been in if you had bought it?
George



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wilson ind

03-11-2012 17:09:11




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 Re: Fix it or part it?????? in reply to dougf, 03-11-2012 16:40:30  
CONSIDER POSTING FOR tED o CASE MAN RUNNING ORPHANAGE IN CAMBODIA donate to him and write donation off taxes. they stage and load containers of cases in fort Morgan co I can give you phone number for Fory Morgan yard if you are interested. This is legit orphanage and relly helps those kids. Others on here have done same Bill



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wilson ind

03-11-2012 17:09:02




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 Re: Fix it or part it?????? in reply to dougf, 03-11-2012 16:40:30  
CONSIDER POSTING FOR tED o CASE MAN RUNNING ORPHANAGE IN CAMBODIA donate to him and write donation off taxes. they stage and load containers of cases in fort Morgan co I can give you phone number for Fory Morgan yard if you are interested. This is legit orphanage and relly helps those kids. Others on here have done same Bill



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vac400

03-11-2012 16:59:34




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 Re: Fix it or part it?????? in reply to dougf, 03-11-2012 16:40:30  
Doug, Take some pictures and post it for sale and give the tractor a chance, Do not forget to say which state. Jerry from Ohio



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