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Ande

03-30-2013 19:38:44




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Bought our "1031" back the other day. We are thinking she has between 10-15,000 hours currently, As we overhauled the engine for the customer in 1974 as he was nervous about the hours(5000hours 1974).

She hasn't had a easy life since she left, although her last owner did take pretty good care of her.

Guess her life will be secure now, amazing isn't it, my Dad sold her Oct of 1966(new),and even with abuse and hard work, she is still going.

Enclosed is a picture of her at her former owners.

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Jlwin

03-31-2013 13:03:17




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 Re: 1031 in reply to Ande, 03-30-2013 19:38:44  
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Dads 1030 he bought new in 68 has never left the farm!



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jllw

03-31-2013 10:13:41




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 Re: 1031 in reply to Ande, 03-30-2013 19:38:44  
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here is my 1030 and our 930 we had wish we had it back and a friends 930

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Bruce from Can.

03-31-2013 07:56:49




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 Re: 1031 in reply to Ande, 03-30-2013 19:38:44  
I have a 1030,930, 730, and we are rebuilding a 830. I just love to use these 30 series tractors. Truly under valued in the martket to day. Bruce



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Ande

03-31-2013 09:02:17




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 Re: 1031 in reply to Bruce from Can., 03-31-2013 07:56:49  
I feel the same Bruce
Dan



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1031D

03-31-2013 06:47:28




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 Re: 1031 in reply to Ande, 03-30-2013 19:38:44  
I bought mine in 1998, 3rd owner. Last owner was very abusive twords the old girl. After I rebuilt half the tractor it's still serving me well with 8900+ hours on it. Mine was a factory cab tractor with 23.1-30's and was sent to the Racine company store.

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Ande

03-31-2013 07:38:22




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 Re: 1031 in reply to 1031D, 03-31-2013 06:47:28  
Jim, what happen to the factory cab?
Dan



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1031D

03-31-2013 13:12:51




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 Re: 1031 in reply to Ande, 03-31-2013 07:38:22  
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Dan, the owner before me smacked it into the shed door so they took it off and put on 830 fenders. I would like to find a cab but for now it's nice without.



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1370rod

03-31-2013 06:04:37




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 Re: 1031 in reply to Ande, 03-30-2013 19:38:44  
Nice, these ole tractors mean a lot more to ya when they are a part of family history, thanks for sharing, Rod.



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560farm

03-30-2013 23:03:48




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 Re: 1031 in reply to Ande, 03-30-2013 19:38:44  
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Looks good and big 38" Firestone rear rubber. This is my '66 after removing the exact same cab and before it was painted.

Brad



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Agri King

03-31-2013 05:25:02




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 Re: 1031 in reply to 560farm, 03-30-2013 23:03:48  
Both 1030's look nice and strait. Usually the tie rods are bent around here. Agree, looks good with 38" Firestones.



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Don Rudolph

03-30-2013 21:01:54




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 Re: 1031 in reply to Ande, 03-30-2013 19:38:44  
Ande,

Glad to see you could bring the 1030 home again. It looks pretty decent. I can hardly wait to get ours home from the neighbor and start cleaning it up and using it (if Spring ever comes). Don



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axe55

03-30-2013 19:48:10




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 Re: 1031 in reply to Ande, 03-30-2013 19:38:44  
very nice looking 46 years old tractor. congrats. was the cab a dealer case item or aftermarket?



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Ande

03-30-2013 19:53:53




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 Re: 1031 in reply to axe55, 03-30-2013 19:48:10  
Actually it was sold new without a cab in 1966, but in 1974 we put it on for the second customer, from another "1031" that was on the lot.
The cab is a jobber (YearAround) actually its already off, as it was junk



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Jim in Sask

03-30-2013 19:45:37




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 Re: 1031 in reply to Ande, 03-30-2013 19:38:44  
Looks pretty good for her age. So your family owned this tractor when it was new?
Looks like a Farm King snowblower on back. I wouldn't mind something like that for my snowblower.



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Ande

03-31-2013 15:04:47




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 Re: 1031 in reply to Jim in Sask, 03-30-2013 19:45:37  
Jim, we sold this tractor new, my Dad was a dealer and farmed, but we traded it in and kept it for a few years on the farm



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Ande

03-30-2013 19:50:24




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 Re: 1031 in reply to Jim in Sask, 03-30-2013 19:45:37  
Yea, the former owner still owns the 960 blower, but did tell me he never broke a shear pin on the 960 with the "1031"



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