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Re: Diesel vs Gas operated 4020's?

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wayne woodrum

10-27-2001 17:53:45

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i agree with alen save some $$$ get a case my dad had 830 diesel he chopped corn from 1974 to 1984 for every body he could get to he junked 3 brand new JD # 34 choppers and 5 or 6 corn heads with that old case 830 with turbo fule pump turned up 20% extra deap oil pan with oil cooler heads milled some times 24hrs a day in corn season i think he gave 1200.oo dollors for it back then it also finished off a case 426 2row corn picker after chopping dad picked corn i think all the corn he chopped and picked would fill up a oil tanker that old 830 had 12in blaze coming out that straight pipe cherry red for ten years the JD dealer tryed to sell dad a tractor every season when he went in to stock up on part chains and whatever we had all JD corn chopping equipment but only case tractors 430 my grandfathers for the blower 530 to pull JD 214 wagons

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