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case 1030 comfort king need to add a front end loader

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will in texas

01-22-2015 08:46:09




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tractor has a cab just wondering about adding a loader on front for it doesn't have one they want 3500. for it it looks to have been barn kept for the most part the injector pump was rebuilt has newer tires on back new batteries run no smoke deisel engine everything works just fine needs tubes in front tires looks to be about 95 % tread on rears and fronts looks to 50% tread i just wondering i am thinking about buying

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Frontline1

02-04-2015 16:11:07




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 Re: case 1030 comfort king need to add a front end loader in reply to will in texas, 01-22-2015 08:46:09  
Had a DuAl 340 on a '68 930 8-speed since about 1983, picked and fed many a round bale - broke a couple spindles, and broke the center tube in half once. The power steering on that one was changed over to a solid tie rod and two cylinders rather than the rotary thing the factory had, might have helped the spindles along.... I actually really liked it, short, nimble, and you can shift it handy with your left hand while running the loader with your right. Have a '69 1030 sitting in the yard right now, next to a Du-Al 3000 soon to be mounted.

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Case Nutty 1660

01-22-2015 09:21:57




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 Re: case 1030 comfort king need to add a front end loader in reply to will in texas, 01-22-2015 08:46:09  
They are strong tractors and handle loaders well, But you need to know the clutch is stiff on them and on a job like loading bales they will wear out your leg! also the steering is power assist no a system that will turn while sitting with a load on it,,, just so you know
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ss55

01-22-2015 11:40:13




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 Re: case 1030 comfort king need to add a front end loader in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-22-2015 09:21:57  
The heavy clutch pedal was my first though also, followed by heavy brake pedals on the manual, sometimes weak brakes. The 930 and 1030 are a great field tractors and they are a nimble yard tractor with a narrow front end. But, if I had to spend all day one as a loader tractor they would not be my first choice, it would wear me out. For occasional use it would be fine. The belt driven power steering and shift pattern would not be pluses for me.

Drive the tractor through some simulated loader cycles to see how you like it. Check the brakes and the seat too. As a loader tractor you will need to be pushing on the back of the seat.

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Lazy WP

01-22-2015 09:15:47




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 Re: case 1030 comfort king need to add a front end loader in reply to will in texas, 01-22-2015 08:46:09  
It would make a great loader tractor. I think the 1030 only had 1000 PTO, factory. You can put the 540 on it with out any trouble. I would put a Dual 3100 or something like that on, but those are what are popular around here. About any of the quality loaders will work.
The 1030, factory is about 105 horse, and can be turned up quite a bit, so you are going to want a better quality loader.

Just my thinking.

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casecollectorsc

01-22-2015 11:37:05




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 Re: case 1030 comfort king need to add a front end loader in reply to Lazy WP, 01-22-2015 09:15:47  
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I've had a Case 70 loader on my 1030 since 1980. Loaded thousands of square and round bales and not a weld on the loader. Loaded it's share of manure also.



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will in texas

01-22-2015 16:13:55




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 Re: case 1030 comfort king need to add a front end loader in reply to casecollectorsc, 01-22-2015 11:37:05  
the one in the pic looks like the one i am looking at of course with out the loader i am going to use it for maintenance around farm bladeing on driveway pushing sapling down digging holes



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