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More 730/830 Literature

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Straw Boss

02-10-2019 18:43:27




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There are two versions of this brochure but interestingly, they both have the same Form No. A16164L.

Anybody want to play Eye Spy with my Little Eye and tell us what's different about the two versions?

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CountryCase

02-11-2019 18:05:24




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to Straw Boss, 02-10-2019 18:43:27  
3rd picture you can see all the bolt heads on the panels around the front, the 4th you cant. Also the 3rd picture appears to have black hand rail an trim on the hood, 4th appears gray or silver.



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BarryfromIA

02-11-2019 08:02:07




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to Straw Boss, 02-10-2019 18:43:27  
Looks like some Experimental dept lift rods on on the second picture or maybe the artist was playing with the picture.



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Straw Boss

02-11-2019 10:05:14




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to BarryfromIA, 02-11-2019 08:02:07  
You and John A. got the lift arms.
Case really did like to doctor the photos. They still do it today and easier than ever in our digital world. About 10 years ago, my brother had Case dealer bring a Case photographer out to his farm to take photos of his new combine. He had a MacDon draper head on it and a Mauer bin extension. The photos were used in the next combine brochure that came out but the bin extensions were gone and the header turned into a CaseIH head. There were also some high line poles and trees missing from the background. They gave him a big 16 X 20 picture for his office and you can look at the exact same photo in the brochure and see all the changes.

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john achmann

02-11-2019 07:24:30




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to Straw Boss, 02-10-2019 18:43:27  
So are both three point arms adjustable in the top picture and only one in the bottom? They are different from one to another.



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Straw Boss

02-11-2019 09:49:32




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to john achmann, 02-11-2019 07:24:30  
We have a winner for the last clue!
The lift rods are completely different on the two pictures but not very noticeable at first because of the extended platform and shields cover up much of the parts but they are definitely different.



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Adirondack case guy

02-11-2019 07:17:43




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to Straw Boss, 02-10-2019 18:43:27  
I am curious about the heavy drop chains and turnbuckles coming down to the 3pt hitch arms in the one pic.
Loren



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Straw Boss

02-11-2019 09:46:17




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to Adirondack case guy, 02-11-2019 07:17:43  
The chains were mentioned a few times. Not the turnbuckles but I considered them as part of the chains.



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Adirondack case guy

02-11-2019 16:10:47




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to Straw Boss, 02-11-2019 09:46:17  
Those vertical limit chains and turnbuckles were NEVER used on a 7-830 tractor. There was no place on the platform strong enough to mount the top of them and there were adjustable sway blocks to limit horizontal movement. The picture is bogus, and I bet know one has ever seen one of those tractors that did not have the rockshaft arm covers on them from the factory, either
Interesting pics, but edited and not accurate.
Tom and I discussed these picture extensively this morning.
Loren

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john achmann

02-11-2019 06:39:58




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to Straw Boss, 02-10-2019 18:43:27  
Picture is zoomed out on second picture. You see more of the tractor.



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Straw Boss

02-11-2019 09:43:39




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to john achmann, 02-11-2019 06:39:58  
That's true but I didn't count that since its not a change in the tractor.



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dj930

02-10-2019 19:22:14




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to Straw Boss, 02-10-2019 18:43:27  

No covers over 3 point arms on 1 st pic No rain cap on the 3rd pic



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Straw Boss

02-10-2019 19:42:01




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to dj930, 02-10-2019 19:22:14  
Rain cap. You got it. On the second set of pics, the Case people added the front weights, wheel weights and rain cap.

I'm still looking for more on the first set of pics. I said three differences on each set of pics but I see now there's actually four on the top set.



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Eagle Doc

02-11-2019 15:53:21




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to Straw Boss, 02-10-2019 19:42:01  
It is not a change of the tractors but the shadows of the steering wheel and seat are different and darker between the first two pictures.



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Straw Boss

02-10-2019 20:08:09




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to Straw Boss, 02-10-2019 19:42:01  
I'll give you guys number three on the top set. A fresh new paint job. Notice the brighter, cleaner color and no more exhaust soot on the top of the hood. There's still one more very obvious mechanical difference. It's actually very obvious.



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oldproudvet

02-10-2019 19:18:35




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to Straw Boss, 02-10-2019 18:43:27  
the 3rd pic, w/o the weights, has a hose (?) looping down, over the draw bar mount and the under the brake assembly on the rt side



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Straw Boss

02-10-2019 19:34:22




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to oldproudvet, 02-10-2019 19:18:35  
Nope. Sorry. Just a reflection from my poor photography. It doesn't appear in the actual picture.



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oldproudvet

02-10-2019 19:08:10




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to Straw Boss, 02-10-2019 18:43:27  
No tin cover behind the seat over the 3 pt lift arms



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Straw Boss

02-10-2019 19:31:56




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to oldproudvet, 02-10-2019 19:08:10  
That's one of three in that pic.



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dj930

02-10-2019 19:04:47




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to Straw Boss, 02-10-2019 18:43:27  
Wheel weights on bottom one and none on the 2nd from bottom



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Straw Boss

02-10-2019 19:30:48




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to dj930, 02-10-2019 19:04:47  
That's the second. Looking for three in each pic.



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dj930

02-10-2019 19:02:00




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to Straw Boss, 02-10-2019 18:43:27  
Front weights on bottom and none on one above it



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Straw Boss

02-10-2019 19:29:36




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to dj930, 02-10-2019 19:02:00  
That's one change of three in that pic.



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Jim in Sask

02-10-2019 18:56:13




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to Straw Boss, 02-10-2019 18:43:27  
Stabilizer chains on the 3-pt hitch arms in lower picture of the top two, and shields over the 3-pt linkage upper arms. Neither show up in the top picture.



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Straw Boss

02-10-2019 19:27:52




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to Jim in Sask, 02-10-2019 18:56:13  
Chains and shields. You got it. But there's one more subtle and less obvious difference on the top two pics.



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D Case Guy

02-10-2019 19:42:38




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to Straw Boss, 02-10-2019 19:27:52  
The rear of the platform next to the shield is cut much different than the one with shield.



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Straw Boss

02-10-2019 19:53:35




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to D Case Guy, 02-10-2019 19:42:38  
I noticed that too but I counted that as part of the shield addition.
There's another change that is really obvious once you see it and another not so much.



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Ande

02-10-2019 18:49:03




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to Straw Boss, 02-10-2019 18:43:27  
Stabilizer chains on the 3 point

And the weights on the lower one



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Straw Boss

02-10-2019 18:50:10




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 Re: More 730/830 Literature in reply to Ande, 02-10-2019 18:49:03  
Keep looking Dan, there's more on both pictures.



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