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What would an 1130 look like?

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Don Rudolph

11-10-2013 15:36:14




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I am wondering what Case engineers would have done to the 451 in a 1030 to make an extra 12-15 horsepower to make an "1130". Certainly should be possible with that many cubic inches. Would the driveline reliably handle the extra power? Any ideas and opinions? Don




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Ande

11-11-2013 19:48:58




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 Re: What would an 1130 look like? in reply to Don Rudolph, 11-10-2013 15:36:14  
Hi Don,
Yea, I wonder.... but, first they would have needed a larger transmission as what was in the "1030" was also in the "830" and "930" and in our area, the "1030" transmission was to small for her.
Dan



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jic

11-10-2013 17:02:03




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 Re: What would an 1130 look like? in reply to Don Rudolph, 11-10-2013 15:36:14  
maybe a 1200 two wheel drive with smaller front wheels, heavy duty front axle. lol bet that would look strange.



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Hoofer B

11-10-2013 16:23:02




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 Re: What would an 1130 look like? in reply to Don Rudolph, 11-10-2013 15:36:14  
My FIL had an 1130 MF. It seemed to have 25% more HP than what a 1030 would have.



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ss55

11-10-2013 19:54:51




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 Re: What would an 1130 look like? in reply to Hoofer B, 11-10-2013 16:23:02  
Hoofer B,
Your mention of the MF1130 made me smile, I wasn't thinking along those lines at all.

Was the 1030 geared higher than a 930 to handle the extra horse power? Or was that just the difference in tire size between 18.4-38 tires on a 1030 and 18.4-34 tires on a 930?



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1031D

11-10-2013 20:55:07




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 Re: What would an 1130 look like? in reply to ss55, 11-10-2013 19:54:51  
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Most 1030's around here had 18.4-34's. I ran an 1100MF for a while and then an 1130. 1130 was a lot more tractor than that 1100, but my 1030 outperforms both when it comes to down time. 1100 was always broke and 1130 had constant problems with the hydraulics sticking.



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Adirondack case guy

11-10-2013 15:51:31




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 Re: What would an 1130 look like? in reply to Don Rudolph, 11-10-2013 15:36:14  
M+W did that. The 1030 and other models of that vuitage did not have cross flow heads, and heat buildup when under load was a real problem!!BTDT. I would have liked to have sean a 930/1030 with a COM tranny though.
Loren



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jerry he

11-10-2013 19:22:13




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 Re: What would an 1130 look like? in reply to Adirondack case guy, 11-10-2013 15:51:31  
we have a 451 direct injection tied to a com from an 830 comfortking. We pull it at 8500lbs and have had no problems with the com.



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D-C-741

11-10-2013 16:10:54




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 Re: What would an 1130 look like? in reply to Adirondack case guy, 11-10-2013 15:51:31  
They Should Have Made It a Standard Option for 4X4 Package[MFD Drive]730-830-930-1030 Tractors then they would have Ben up with IH & Oliver! Then to Bulid the 70 Series Tractors With out it was just Dumb!!! As for an 1130 if made Would have been Great as long as they put in a 504 cid engine [not 70 series style.Sure would have been a lot closer to the 5010 JD's



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Harry j. Case

11-10-2013 18:12:33




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 Re: What would an 1130 look like? in reply to D-C-741, 11-10-2013 16:10:54  
How about the 504 and planetary hubs ala G1350 ?



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D-C-741

11-11-2013 05:25:41




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 Re: What would an 1130 look like? in reply to Harry j. Case, 11-10-2013 18:12:33  
Sounds like a bad idea like the 1170 & 1175 Tractors =Junk like there 2 inch longer shift levers on the 970-1070-1170 tractors over there 770-870 tractor that shift like a charm !



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Ande

11-11-2013 20:12:13




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 Re: What would an 1130 look like? in reply to D-C-741, 11-11-2013 05:25:41  
You don't understand why the "1175" was built, it was built for a easy way you farmers to get into that power. "1175" meant $11,750.00, yes a economy tractor, no cab, and no options for that price. Guess you had to be there



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