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Richard G.

12-26-2014 07:14:03




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What was the last year that Case put chain drives in the rear end?
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Richard G.

12-27-2014 06:46:37




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 Re: Chain drives in case in reply to Richard G., 12-26-2014 07:14:03  
Thanks for all the replies.
Richard



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Hayrack

12-26-2014 10:17:29




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 Re: Chain drives in case in reply to Richard G., 12-26-2014 07:14:03  
I have seen Comfort King 930 wheatlands that were 66 and 67 models that still had the hand clutch and the 6 speed chain drive. I'm not sure exactly when they stopped, I just know they were still made past 65.



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Bobl1958

12-26-2014 09:32:28




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 Re: Chain drives in case in reply to Richard G., 12-26-2014 07:14:03  
I believe 1966 would be the first gear drives but Im sure someone will chime in that knows for sure. Bob



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rustred

12-26-2014 09:27:18




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 Re: Chain drives in case in reply to Richard G., 12-26-2014 07:14:03  
not sure of exact year, but would be early 60's as the early 930's had chains.



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oldproudvet

12-26-2014 09:42:23




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 Re: Chain drives in case in reply to rustred, 12-26-2014 09:27:18  
Wasn't it with the change from the 6 spd transmission in the 900s to the 8 spd?



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Tubacase47

12-26-2014 18:39:07




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 Re: Chain drives in case in reply to oldproudvet, 12-26-2014 09:42:23  
My dad and I had a 1965 8 speed.



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Camboted

12-26-2014 18:17:29




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 Re: Chain drives in case in reply to oldproudvet, 12-26-2014 09:42:23  
I believe it was in the 1966 model year. (could be they actually stopped building them in 1965) Case made a High platform 930 chain drive (fuel tank behind the seat) for about 4 years from about 1962-66. They changed the fenders from round to flat top about 1964. The early 930's were (long nose) fuel tank in front of steering wheel. The tractor was changed to the 930 CK 8- speed sometime in 1966. Maybe they made some of both in 1966?? I've never seen a 1967 6 speed, but I'm sure the dealers had some around the lots. The rear end is completely different and although the crankshaft remained the same (except for the hole to feed oil to the clutch) the engine block was changed to fit the dry clutch bell housing. They really should have changed the model numbers, because the tractors are completely different, About the only thing the same was the model number "930". The strange thing is that the 1966 6 speed chin drive had basically the same transmission as a 1928 L. That was 38 year run with the same basic design.

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