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64 case 830 anybody have a pic of one??

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j.wallen

12-12-2013 13:43:25




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I have a 1964 ji.case 830 diesel c.o.m and i waswondering if. Anybody has a few or atleast one picture of the steps ?? And the toolbox. Basicly im wondering if mine are all correct and for this machine ty.




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Chuck Machinist

12-12-2013 15:06:38




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 Re: 64 case 830 anybody have a pic of one?? in reply to j.wallen, 12-12-2013 13:43:25  
Interesting that the clam shell fenders carried through to the 830s. I"m looking fwd to mounting a fender radio. I know that technology has taken us into the Ipod ,but I have fond memories of listening to WLS radio out of Chicago as a youth ,when I would plow south of the barn yard. Hey Pastor John! Any pics of the fender mounted radios fellows and gals?



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DKase

12-12-2013 18:24:13




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 Re: 64 case 830 anybody have a pic of one?? in reply to Chuck Machinist, 12-12-2013 15:06:38  
On my DC's and 830's with clam shell fenders I cut a hole in the top of the fender for the size pipe that the radio fit. I bolted the pipe to the axle, and welded it to the fender, then I welded in a truss between the pipe and the fender about half way down. I did this 30 years ago, and these fenders are in better shape than the originals because it stiffened them so much. I was not much concerned with looks back then. Of about 8 that I did this way all but one are still in use today.

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Alan K

12-12-2013 16:12:50




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 Re: 64 case 830 anybody have a pic of one?? in reply to Chuck Machinist, 12-12-2013 15:06:38  
I used to listen to WLS at night just before bed. Back when AM radio...was...lol



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Mike in Mn.

12-12-2013 16:44:45




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 Re: 64 case 830 anybody have a pic of one?? in reply to Alan K, 12-12-2013 16:12:50  
I could get WLS way up here at night on a good radio.



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Case Nutty 1660

12-12-2013 14:47:34




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 Re: 64 case 830 anybody have a pic of one?? in reply to j.wallen, 12-12-2013 13:43:25  
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here are the steps and Eagle Hitch sorry I missed seeing the tool box I can get one of that also, you can a bit of it in the third pic on the RH side floor board next to the Eagle Hitch rockshaft cnt

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DKase

12-13-2013 05:36:01




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 Re: 64 case 830 anybody have a pic of one?? in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 12-12-2013 14:47:34  
Impressive seat suspension!



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Adirondack case guy

12-13-2013 13:54:54




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 Re: 64 case 830 anybody have a pic of one?? in reply to DKase, 12-13-2013 05:36:01  
If you were a bike guy, you would call that a HARD tail. HeHe
Loren



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