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Case Nutty 1660

08-20-2012 18:02:46




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OK here is the Quiz I took this pic from another forum to do this,,,(sure hope the poster doesn't mind) tell me what you see on this very nice looking 930 that is not correct this is just for fun cnt




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Paul A Young

08-21-2012 18:58:31




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 Re: quiz in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-20-2012 18:02:46  
Sorry it'side-down but apparently case thought it was ok to put 6 wts. on front.



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Paul A Young

08-21-2012 19:05:36




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 Re: quiz in reply to Paul A Young, 08-21-2012 18:58:31  
My confuzzer won't let me post the pic. of a 930 w/6wts. on a brochure from case .



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Brokengun

08-21-2012 14:09:27




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 Re: quiz in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-20-2012 18:02:46  
My 2 cents.

1) the alternator
2) the decals are for a screened front cowling not the solid nose cowling
3) The rear weights donít look right, they have a dish shape instead of being flat
4) The bolts that hold the center strip that the screens attach too are not painted case red
5) It has 6 weights bolted to the front. I thought that was considered a No, No. It should have wrapped around weights first then up to 5 weights bolted to the wrapped around weights

The tractor looks like a cherry late 68 or 69 model, I also thought it should have fender lights from the factory for the later models.

I think any case guy would be proud to have it in their collection

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Joe Young

08-22-2012 06:19:48




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 Re: quiz in reply to Brokengun, 08-21-2012 14:09:27  
Here are some pics from Case factory brochures

The first two are from an early (65-66) 930 brochure showing a 930 with a starter and 6 weights. The 3rd and 4th pictures are from a 1969 buyers guide showing a 930 and 1030 weighted heavily...Note the late 930 does not have the wrap-around weights, and the 1030 has 11 weights in addition to the wrap-arounds... The latter was no doubt a bit of overkill, but marketing departments were not known for subtlety. - Joe third party image

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Case Nutty 1660

08-22-2012 06:25:24




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 Re: quiz in reply to Joe Young, 08-22-2012 06:19:48  
we had 12 bolt on and the wrap weights on our demo 1030 and she would still lift the front end up no problem with the 6 bottom semi-mount plow, we even loaded the 10.00x16 tires with CC cnt



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Joe Young

08-22-2012 06:57:15




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 Re: quiz in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-22-2012 06:25:24  
Thats a lot of weight hanging that far out front....



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Case Nutty 1660

08-22-2012 07:12:24




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 Re: quiz in reply to Joe Young, 08-22-2012 06:57:15  
yes it was but was that way for over 4000 hrs with no problems still have most of the weights kept all but four when we sold the tractor in 1976



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Kevin B from Illinois

08-21-2012 12:20:45




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 Re: quiz in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-20-2012 18:02:46  
Looks like a nice clean tractor nutty, my guess also is the alternator.



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John Saeli

08-21-2012 06:42:34




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 Re: quiz in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-20-2012 18:02:46  
Just like the "pretty lady I wouldn't throw out of bed for eating crackers";, just because she's sporting an alternator, I'd be proud to have her in the barn!!



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Ande

08-21-2012 16:09:07




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 Re: quiz in reply to John Saeli, 08-21-2012 06:42:34  
Like John and others said,,would love to own it



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just thinkin

08-21-2012 05:34:12




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 Re: quiz in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-20-2012 18:02:46  
Is the clutch pedal right? The 930s we had used a curved clutch pedal and the 1030s had the straight one.



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Ande

08-21-2012 05:24:37




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 Re: quiz in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-20-2012 18:02:46  
I never liked quiz"s in school,but for the grand prize that Tom is giving away,I will take a stab at it,some mentioned the weights,and I thought as this tractor must be a 67 that they used wrapper weights first then attached the others,,,this setup with weights was what they came out with in 1965 intro.And like Loren and others said the Alternator



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Rich10e

08-21-2012 02:56:29




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 Re: quiz in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-20-2012 18:02:46  
The seat mounting looks weird,and my 930 doesnt have double clamps on the front end,isnt that a 1030 thing?



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Paul A Young

08-21-2012 18:27:47




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 Re: quiz in reply to Rich10e, 08-21-2012 02:56:29  
You must have a '65 930 because in '66 the wide fronts on both 9and 1030's have double clamps on front end.



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McKerrow630

08-21-2012 02:00:57




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 Re: quiz in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-20-2012 18:02:46  
I ain't know mechanic..........only thing i see is rear wheel wts. God Bless



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Paul A Young

08-20-2012 20:27:43




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 Re: quiz in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-20-2012 18:02:46  
My question is when did the red steering column start? Late '67? '68??



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Case Nutty 1660

08-20-2012 20:42:02




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 Re: quiz in reply to Paul A Young, 08-20-2012 20:27:43  
late 68 for the Falmbeau column all 67's had a Desert Sunset cnt



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JW

08-21-2012 05:58:49




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 Re: quiz in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-20-2012 20:42:02  
Late 67 had a red column , all 68 and 69.



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Case Nutty 1660

08-21-2012 06:11:01




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 Re: quiz in reply to JW, 08-21-2012 05:58:49  
thanks jw I typoed and your right for sure



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Paul A Young

08-20-2012 20:15:57




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 Re: quiz in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-20-2012 18:02:46  
The tierod ends show that it is late '68 to '69 .Has to be no newer than early '69 as it does not have spin on oil filter.Very nice looking even though it has the wrong decals,and the incorrect charging device!!That's about all I can see as well



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BarryfromIA

08-20-2012 19:35:19




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 Re: quiz in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-20-2012 18:02:46  
If the steering column is flambeau red, it should have the throw away oil filter. And the alternator is wrong but better for every day use.



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Drew970

08-20-2012 19:16:48




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 Re: quiz in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-20-2012 18:02:46  
I think the steering column should be painted desert sunset



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Agri King

08-20-2012 19:08:07




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 Re: quiz in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-20-2012 18:02:46  
Ok, You guys all missed it..................... It is parked next to that red thing. Do I win?



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Kevin B from Illinois

08-21-2012 12:19:03




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 Re: quiz in reply to Agri King, 08-20-2012 19:08:07  
agri king you shoot your mouth off pretty that RED thing is probly worth as much or more and very much more popular put that it pipe and smoke it.



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Bruce from Can.

08-21-2012 17:34:32




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 Re: quiz in reply to Kevin B from Illinois, 08-21-2012 12:19:03  
Someone might want to pay more for the red one but, if I had to go out and work with one of those two... You can give me the 930CASE, and drag that out dated red one over to some show, they are good for looking at, hard on the butt to use.



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Kevin B from Illinois

08-21-2012 18:31:25




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 Re: quiz in reply to Bruce from Can., 08-21-2012 17:34:32  
Bruce I would agree with you much better seat and power, hydraulics, the only thing I was saying mr agriking can't see past his I lids, from what I can see he is a cheese head and its pretty thick, and won't look anywhere else.



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Pete76NY

08-20-2012 23:59:25




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 Re: quiz in reply to Agri King, 08-20-2012 19:08:07  
Hey c'mon they became step sisters back in the '80s! Kinda like the Brady bunch! Now all ya need to complete the family are a Fiat and a New Holland and an N series Ford in the pic with 'em! Kinda like an Agco Family reunion pic: Massey, Oliver, White, Minnie Mo, Cockshutt, AC and God knows what from accross the pond!



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JW

08-20-2012 19:04:33




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 Re: quiz in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-20-2012 18:02:46  
Wrong shade of red (power maybe), wheel wieghts off of a set of 38'" power adjust and alternator instead of generator



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Eric in IL

08-20-2012 18:59:00




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 Re: quiz in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-20-2012 18:02:46  
Is the steering column supposed to be yellow?



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1370rod

08-20-2012 18:47:20




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 Re: quiz in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-20-2012 18:02:46  
The only thing that I can see that is not correct is that it is not in my yard and I am not sitting on it! Rod.



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whess

08-20-2012 18:23:39




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 Re: quiz in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-20-2012 18:02:46  
Rear wheel weights may pre date tractor



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Adirondack case guy

08-20-2012 18:36:11




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 Re: quiz in reply to whess, 08-20-2012 18:23:39  
You right about the weights, but it also has an alternator on it, rather than a gen.
Loren



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whess

08-20-2012 18:17:25




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 Re: quiz in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-20-2012 18:02:46  
Has the Decal for pre "68" which would be framing the screen in the cowl.



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Adirondack case guy

08-20-2012 18:56:12




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 Re: quiz in reply to whess, 08-20-2012 18:17:25  
I had to double check that but you are wright on the decals also, but I like what is on it better. The later decals looked like something was missing. The screens I guess. LOL
Loren



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cshess

08-20-2012 18:16:46




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 Re: quiz in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-20-2012 18:02:46  
muffler



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Florida Glenn

08-20-2012 18:06:33




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 Re: quiz in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-20-2012 18:02:46  
Alternator



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Case Nutty 1660

08-20-2012 18:07:47




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 Re: quiz in reply to Florida Glenn, 08-20-2012 18:06:33  
thats one



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Florida Glenn

08-20-2012 18:11:49




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 Re: quiz in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-20-2012 18:07:47  
Lights on fenders



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Florida Glenn

08-20-2012 18:17:23




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 Re: quiz in reply to Florida Glenn, 08-20-2012 18:11:49  
And I'm not sure about the weights up front. While I've seen plenty of weights on the front of tractors, I don't know if thats factory or after market.



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Hoofer B

08-20-2012 19:24:06




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 Re: quiz in reply to Florida Glenn, 08-20-2012 18:17:23  
Air intake stack is too short. wheel weight are from a dc. Air pressure in tires is not to factory specs. Sure wish I had one like it.



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