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Lazy WP

01-04-2014 17:48:51




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Looking at a 1030. Guy says the hi/low gear is welded onto the shaft. Has another rear end to go with it. How involved is it to fix. The runner had a cab, but its gone, and doesn't have fenders, nor in the picture a seat, although from talking to the guy, it sounded like maybe that is all on the other rear end, minus 1 fender.

Thanks
Nick




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DAN DAVIDSON

01-14-2014 20:26:44




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 Re: 1030 help in reply to Lazy WP, 01-04-2014 17:48:51  
SPLIT IT BEHIND THE ENGINE. REMOVE BELL HOUSING HELD BY 4 BOLTS INSIDE. NOT BAD AT ALL. FROM THERE YOU CAN ACCESS THE FRONT OF YOUR SHAFT. YOU WILL MOST LIKELY HAVE TO CUT THE GEAR OFF THE SHAFT. WHEN THE WELD THEY WELD ON DAMN TIGHT. ONCE YOU CUT THE GEAR OFF PULL THE SHAFT OUT THE FRONT. CAREFUL WITH THE TORCH OR YOU WILL NEED A NEW SHAFT ALSO. NOT A BAD PROJECT AT ALL.
DO THIS ONCE AND YOU'LL NEVER RUN A CASE LOW ON OIL AGAIN.

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BigMarv1085

01-05-2014 16:52:12




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 Re: 1030 help in reply to Lazy WP, 01-04-2014 17:48:51  
neighbor just took one to the scrapper. It ran but had steering problems. Actually it was a 1032



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Brokengun

01-06-2014 13:59:09




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 Re: 1030 help in reply to BigMarv1085, 01-05-2014 16:52:12  
Oh my GOD!

A 1030 that was running but had a steering problem got scraped!

What the heck is this country coming too!



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Brokengun

01-05-2014 11:51:26




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 Re: 1030 help in reply to Lazy WP, 01-04-2014 17:48:51  
A lot of this depends on the amount of time you are willing to spend rebuilding the tractor.

So I will approach it as if I were doing this work.

Personally I would split the tractor and find out what was wrong with it.

I know the man said Hi-Lo was stuck on the shaft but to what extent. If the damage is limited to the Hi-Lo gear and shaft.

I would then pull the parts I needed out of the donor rear end to repair it.

I have split 930ís several times and they can be split using a 2 ton floor jack. A 1030 should also be able to be split using a floor jack.

In my opinion I would spend the money to buy a service manual or at least an IT manual for the 1030.

The price of $2000 doesnít sound bad to me, but that said I went with my wife to a sale and 2 930 tractors were there that needed a little love and lets just say I was over ruled

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1370pwr in ne

01-05-2014 09:22:49




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 Re: 1030 help in reply to Lazy WP, 01-04-2014 17:48:51  
Does that 1030 happen to be the one at ST Edward Ne?



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Lazy WP

01-05-2014 11:59:06




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 Re: 1030 help in reply to 1370pwr in ne, 01-05-2014 09:22:49  
yup, one in the same. Is that you?



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1370pwr in ne

01-05-2014 14:12:51




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 Re: 1030 help in reply to Lazy WP, 01-05-2014 11:59:06  
no its not mine.I seen it advertised and thought it looked worth fixing, if the motor is good.Good luck.



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ss55

01-04-2014 19:49:41




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 Re: 1030 help in reply to Lazy WP, 01-04-2014 17:48:51  
I thought working 930's and 1030's were available for $4000 or less. Unless they have gone up in price I'd keep looking for one in better condition. Others on this board will probably know what prices 1030's are selling for now.



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Lazy WP

01-04-2014 19:21:22




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 Re: 1030 help in reply to Lazy WP, 01-04-2014 17:48:51  
He says everything is there to put it back together. Was going to start on it, but the weather turned to cold. Price is ok, somewhere around $2000 for the tractor, and other rearend. The donor doesn't have a PTO in it.
The boss says she doesn't want to mechanic a bunch, so I am on my own if I buy it.

My goal is to have working Comfort Kings in all the sizes.



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j hikemper

01-05-2014 06:53:09




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 Re: 1030 help in reply to Lazy WP, 01-04-2014 19:21:22  
mite be a decent enuf deal ,inspite of wrenchin ..., if swmbo is strong and adamant maybe not ,, only you know whether you can weather her storm and all the other consequences... personally I luv donar parts ...



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Adirondack case guy

01-04-2014 18:53:52




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 Re: 1030 help in reply to Lazy WP, 01-04-2014 17:48:51  
Wow, Nick, That's a tough one!! Scrap price for both and hopes that the doner is salvageable
Loren.



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Lazy WP

01-05-2014 07:14:55




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 Re: 1030 help in reply to Adirondack case guy, 01-04-2014 18:53:52  
So if I buy the combo, what all is it going to take to fix? Can I just swap out the gear and shaft, or is there something else involved? The guy said he was just getting ready to split the tractor, when the weather got cold this fall.
I don't have any splitting stands, but have lots of iron around here, a decent welder, and some caster wheels. I think I can come up with something to split it with. I also a I&T manual for a 730 on up, plus a parts book for my 830. Just thinking maybe the trannies should be pretty similar. I sure don't want to buy a money pit, but I kinda like the idea of a 1030 in front of a New Holland bale wagon. :)

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