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Mark-IA

09-02-2014 14:44:08




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A friend just bought a 630 Wheatland. He wants to know what the horsepower is. Thanks....




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Joe Young

09-02-2014 20:36:58




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 Re: 630 in reply to Mark-IA, 09-02-2014 14:44:08  
The following are nebraska test results for some case tractors. The list was part of a Case service bulletin published in the early 1960s.

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Joe Young

09-04-2014 07:50:56




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 Re: 630 in reply to Joe Young, 09-02-2014 20:36:58  
I just noticed the proof readers at Case must have been on vacation about 50 years ago.... the 401 and 411 (big 400s) are showing the same engine displacement as the 400B tractors.. Ooops!



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BarryfromIA

09-02-2014 19:47:54




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 Re: 630 in reply to Mark-IA, 09-02-2014 14:44:08  
Nebraska Tractor test no 773 had 50.61 on gasoline @ 2000 rpm. There were 4 test's listed I used the best one like CASE did in there brochure that they handed out at the time.



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Chuck Machinist

09-02-2014 17:28:17




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 Re: 630 in reply to Mark-IA, 09-02-2014 14:44:08  
Tractor data.com says 43.7hp at the drawbar. 48.8 at the PTO



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