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900 case-o-matic

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J-J

07-30-2012 11:23:36




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Here is something case never made, but why not?This a 830 comfort king case-o-matic that was destroyed in a fire combined with a 6 cylinder direct injection engine. It runs very good and weighs right at 7300lbs, but has room to be lightened. The hood had to be stretched right at a foot, but everything else worked. its amazing what you can put together with extra parts.

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Country Nate

08-02-2012 08:04:06




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 Re: 900 case-o-matic in reply to J-J, 07-30-2012 11:23:36  
That's awsome! Wish it was mine.



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Don Rudolph

07-31-2012 19:54:34




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 Re: 900 case-o-matic in reply to J-J, 07-30-2012 11:23:36  
They should have come from the factory like that! Nice machine. Don



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caseman-d

07-30-2012 20:17:30




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 Re: 900 case-o-matic in reply to J-J, 07-30-2012 11:23:36  
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I give up, what part is 900. Be like me calling mine a 519 propane.
caseman-d



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R Aiken

07-30-2012 12:16:08




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 Re: 900 case-o-matic in reply to J-J, 07-30-2012 11:23:36  
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Here is one that was at the Plane City show



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Chuck Machinist

07-30-2012 16:34:28




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 Re: 900 case-o-matic in reply to R Aiken, 07-30-2012 12:16:08  
She looks mean and lean just standing static. chuck



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Lamont

07-30-2012 12:07:50




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 Re: 900 case-o-matic in reply to J-J, 07-30-2012 11:23:36  
Is that a 451 or 504? I have all the parts ready to put a 504 on a 400 trans. By using the right factory CASE parts from some other models it will only be about 2 inches longer than a 400 rowcrop. Now, if I could just find the time to get all of that done!

Love the 900 COM. I've always wanted to build a 1030 COM. Maybe someday.



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J-J

07-30-2012 18:17:53




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 Re: 900 case-o-matic in reply to Lamont, 07-30-2012 12:07:50  
its a 451 without a turbo



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Nedd

07-30-2012 11:57:36




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 Re: 900 case-o-matic in reply to J-J, 07-30-2012 11:23:36  
Wheres the comfort king platform and steering column? It looks more like a '63 high profile with comfort king fenders. But should pull like mad anyways. VERY NICE!!!



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J-J

07-30-2012 12:13:40




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 Re: 900 case-o-matic in reply to Nedd, 07-30-2012 11:57:36  
Check out the case-o-matic valve body it is comfort king style.
If you looks close you can see the webbing around the axle trumpets telling you its comfort king or 70 series.
The transmission top is comfort king style with comfort king shifters.
The fuel tank is from a 63 830 along with the dash and lower panel.
The rear end top cover is a older rear end cover that is added onto.
The steering column is actually from a 800 using its case-o-matic lever.
clutch pedal and brakes are from a early 830 this is a clutch pedal not and inching pedal.
The platform was already gone when we got it from the salvage guys

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J-J

07-30-2012 12:15:37




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 Re: 900 case-o-matic in reply to J-J, 07-30-2012 12:13:40  
I forgot even the throttle lever uses the draft-o-matic lever for the 3 point as a somewhat dead man throttle but not spring loaded yet.



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Nedd

07-30-2012 13:12:12




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 Re: 900 case-o-matic in reply to J-J, 07-30-2012 12:15:37  
I saw some of that after I posted. The steering is what threw me way off. Very neat.



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1370rod

07-30-2012 11:43:06




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 Re: 900 case-o-matic in reply to J-J, 07-30-2012 11:23:36  
I love it, darn it though, now I got all these crazy tractor projects running through my head. Rod.



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fullpull88

07-30-2012 11:36:39




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 Re: 900 case-o-matic in reply to J-J, 07-30-2012 11:23:36  
Got an 830com and love it. What did ya use fer an oil pan? Fer da guys dat don't know the back of da oil pan is da front of da c.o.m. pan, Big Sal



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J-J

07-30-2012 12:18:39




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 Re: 900 case-o-matic in reply to fullpull88, 07-30-2012 11:36:39  
The oil pan is the cast pan from a 1070.



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