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Re: 930 case

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Jim P

09-08-2001 21:21:54




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There were quite a lot of them made. Here in Wheat country during those years the Diesels out numbered them but 930 L.P. and Minnie LP's had a goodly number out. Those years LP was cheaper than Diesel and had as much power. Later years LP went up and higher HP models used too much fuel and the power couldn't keep up. so Most LP's went by the wayside. Go to a LP fuel company and they can probably get you a diaphragm. The six speed had a oil bath clutch and chain final drive. and no 3pt. The pto was optional. Does yours have hyda's? The oil bath clutch is oiled from the engine and when you change oil you must drain the clutch housing(about two or three qt.'s). What brand of Cab? Egging or other? I used to work for Egging Cab CO. I have a 930 Diesel CK. diesel with a Egging Cab.

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Go Ahead

09-09-2001 20:00:12




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 Re: Re: Re: 930 case in reply to Irvin S., 09-09-2001 19:48:49  
Buy It. Fix it up. Buy It Buy It Buy It Scrub It Paint It PULL IT.



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Irvin S.

09-10-2001 19:22:57




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: 930 case in reply to Go Ahead, 09-09-2001 20:00:12  
Do these 930,s have any bad characteristics I should look for, like maybe those final drive chains. Does anybody in the country pull a lp tractor? Guess it would really be unique. This tractor doesnt need painted. Its just faded some. Those lp tanks front and back protected it really good. Not even a dent in the grill screens.



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CasePuller

09-10-2001 20:06:54




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 930 case in reply to Irvin S., 09-10-2001 19:22:57  
The Chain Drive is bullet proof



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