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brian stanek

10-08-2013 20:02:48




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i know it is a construction king. heavy duty fel. says construction king on tractor. heavy duty ft axle. now the only other tags are on the motor G159B. the motor has got water in it . is siezed. loader is all good tires poor. is this tractor worth looking at? and if it is what intewrechanges with the ag 430? i was thinking $400




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Glenn F.

10-08-2013 20:12:57




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 Re: 530 case? in reply to brian stanek, 10-08-2013 20:02:48  
Scrap would be more than $400, wouldn't it?

Glenn



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brian stanek

10-09-2013 09:25:51




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 Re: 530 case? in reply to Glenn F., 10-08-2013 20:12:57  
yes you are probably rite. do you what interchanges between the 430 and 530?



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steve(ill)

10-09-2013 18:24:34




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 Re: 530 case? in reply to brian stanek, 10-09-2013 09:25:51  
I bought a 530 with loader and backhoe 2 years ago. Been setting in the corn field for 10 years. Motor locked up, pistons rusted into liners. Manifold full of squirrel nuts, etc. I paid $700. Spent $2000. to get new liners, pistons, rings, valves, guides, bearings. Turned crank .020 under. Rebuilt starter and carb myself. Had to buy packing for 4 hyd cylinders after i got it running. Later bought all hoses for the backhoe, and 4 hoses for the loader. Had to flush steering and hydraulics to get old oil out. NEw wires, i put a delco alternator on it. Spent $400. for paint and primer. Hydraulic pump failed after 2 months of use, bought new and installed.

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brian stanek

10-09-2013 19:47:19




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 Re: 530 case? in reply to steve(ill), 10-09-2013 18:24:34  
yes thanks for the reply. i truly appreciate that. however i now have a 430, and would truly like to know how much the 430 and 530 have in comon as to parts interchange etc. that is what i would like to know?



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Case Nutty 1660

10-09-2013 20:08:13




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 Re: 530 case? in reply to brian stanek, 10-09-2013 19:47:19  
that depends on what you want to change out, much of the rear axle/trans parts are the same steering axle if the 530 has std trans then that also is the same as the 430, engines are different cubes and lengths so loaders are different as are the dash placement of battery ect
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brian stanek

10-09-2013 20:41:15




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 Re: 530 case? in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 10-09-2013 20:08:13  
thanks a lot that helps me decide if the other tractor is worth while.



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