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Case 630 gas

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Jesse Hurley

06-11-2013 10:49:45

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Anyone know what a great running Case 630 gas might be worth? or Is anyone interested in purchasing one?
I'm in southern WI. There does seem to be some issues with the hydraulics.

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06-13-2013 10:28:36

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 Re: Case 630 gas in reply to Jesse Hurley, 06-11-2013 10:49:45  
Hope it has power steering. With that front end loader it will kill your shoulders to use it much. I don't have a loader on my 630 and decided to convert to PS after using it for some blade work a few times.


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06-11-2013 12:11:01

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 Re: Case 630 gas in reply to Jesse Hurley, 06-11-2013 10:49:45  
Jesse, 1st pictures are worth ah 1,000 words. It lets potential buyers see what they maybe buying. serial no.,tires body-parts and any honest info about the menchanics of said tractor. Know if its triple-range or that other thingy??? kinda like auto-shift deal............. Boyz help me out!! Kinda like a blind-date more info tells you if your going to the bowling alley or to movies!! So in closing there's somebody out there that wants it (including me) but the price of gas being what it is coming from Michigan to look at something only to findout it "ain't what I thought it would be" I hope this helps some. What part of wis.?(city)

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Jesse Hurley

06-11-2013 12:35:23

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 Re: Case 630 gas in reply to McKerrow630, 06-11-2013 12:11:01  
third party image

Well I'm going to try and post a photo,we will see what happens. I will also check for a serial #.
Tires hold air and are decent but cracked. The body seems to be in decent shape, and like I said, it starts and runs great. It may have an issue in the hydraulics, I think it may be a bad seal as it seams to be leaking into the rear end reservoir. I'm not a tractor guy, and I'm not sure if its triple range? It does seem to have a high and low setting. Hope the pic downloads, if it does I can post more pics if you would like.

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06-11-2013 14:56:36

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 Re: Case 630 gas in reply to Jesse Hurley, 06-11-2013 12:35:23  
Jesse, That's a nice pic, I'am afraid you may not find the ser.# cuz the side-panel is missing where they put the ser.# But she don't look to bad. Thank-you for posting. As you sit in the seat there would be another shifter nob on the leftside just under the battery. Which could make it a triple-range. by looks of things it may have had a repaint. What part of wis. is at ?

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06-11-2013 15:58:15

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 Re: Case 630 gas in reply to McKerrow630, 06-11-2013 14:56:36  
Dual Range will have that same knob. I seem to think the dry clutch was available with either dua or triple range. The Case-O-Matic (COM) would only be dual range or staright 4 speed. If its a COM the "clutch" pedal will hange from the hydraulics area, the dry clutch pedal comes up from under the floor boards.

Guarantee its a repaint, the decals have been hand painted and the front one with 630 on it is not supposed to be black.


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06-13-2013 10:20:32

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 Re: Case 630 gas in reply to Jgarner, 06-11-2013 15:58:15  
I think you are right, looks like I can see a clutch rod coming out of the bell housing area but picture gets fuzzy at 400% and I can't see if there is a direct drive lever on the dash or not, same reason.

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06-11-2013 18:15:38

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 Re: Case 630 gas in reply to Jgarner, 06-11-2013 15:58:15  
From the pic it doesn't appear to be COM.

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Jesse Hurley

06-11-2013 15:15:55

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 Re: Case 630 gas in reply to McKerrow630, 06-11-2013 14:56:36  
I'll check on the knob, I'm just east of Madison.

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06-11-2013 20:11:55

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 Re: Case 630 gas in reply to Jesse Hurley, 06-11-2013 15:15:55  
I would be interested depending on the price, im in northeast iowa about and hr and a half from madison, You can email me at Jared_sie@yahoo.com

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