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karl h

02-11-2015 06:18:03




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Did 830's come with an option for a 2 speed PTO? Tractor Data shows a 1000 option, but I was sure that all the 830's only had a 540. Any thoughts?




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Graham of New Zealand

02-11-2015 20:59:07




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 Re: 830's in reply to karl h, 02-11-2015 06:18:03  
I bought an 830 in New Zealand in 1966 and it had the standard 540 PTO. The 1000 Pto was available as an alternative but not two speed.You had one or the other. 1000 PTO drives had not taken off in NZ in 1966 but did soon after. The 870 came out with two speed by dent of removing a snap ring, withdraw the PTO stub shaft and re-insert it opposite way round, with the 21 spline out. Apparently this engaged a different ratio inside.

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grampajohn

02-11-2015 19:04:00




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 Re: 830's in reply to karl h, 02-11-2015 06:18:03  
I would love to see some details on what is included in the kit and maybe some pics. I am very interested.

thanks
gramps



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DKase

02-12-2015 04:43:18




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 Re: 830's in reply to grampajohn, 02-11-2015 19:04:00  
Send me an E-mail and I will give you a quick overview of the parts I supply,how it works, what you need to find, and the costs. clock@itctel.com



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DKase

02-11-2015 10:16:33




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 Re: 830's in reply to karl h, 02-11-2015 06:18:03  
If you have a CK model I have an adapter kit that will allow you to install a 2 speed PTO from a 70 series tractor. E-mail if interested.



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1370rod

02-11-2015 11:09:44




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 Re: 830's in reply to DKase, 02-11-2015 10:16:33  
I have always thought us CASE guys should come up with something to recognize Darrell for coming up with that idea for a swap. No one else that I know of has tried that and succeeded. Darn nice to have these innovative guys on this forum, Rod.



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Case Nutty 1660

02-11-2015 10:35:07




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 Re: 830's in reply to DKase, 02-11-2015 10:16:33  
it a Very nice job you do as well Darrel!!



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JHH

02-11-2015 07:19:59




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 Re: 830's in reply to karl h, 02-11-2015 06:18:03  
Parts book does not list two speed like 70 series, but shows 1000 rpm gears and output shaft as an alternative to 540.
We tried to find a set for ours, but were unsuccessful. Would still be interested if anyone knows of any.
shaft A21526

44t gear A21288

26t gear A21287

These parts are for an early eagle hitch 830, Later CK830's are different part #'s

Some where on here there was a discussion about putting a 70 series pto in an 830.

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Case Nutty 1660

02-11-2015 09:03:48




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 Re: 830's in reply to JHH, 02-11-2015 07:19:59  
if you have a "CK" model ones with true 3pt the gears from a 1030 will fit, I have a set here some where



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oldproudvet

02-11-2015 06:59:26




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 Re: 830's in reply to karl h, 02-11-2015 06:18:03  
My '65 830CK had an option of a 1000rpm pto. That's in a sales lit piece I have. It was not available on the Eagle Hitch models



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