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430 updaate

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chuck machinist

05-14-2019 08:02:54




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Early this year ,I picked a late model 430 from the back yard of a fellow who no longer had a use for the old girl. A deal was struck ,and we loaded her ,and brought her back to the shop. To date ,I changed the oil, new plugs ,carb rebuilt ,air cleaner sanitized, steering pump filter ,and fluid replaced /steering cylinders rebuilt. One rear rim and inner tube replaced, and exhaust manifold replaced. Work continues on the Hydraulics,as they are running slow. The rebuild continues! It has been a great project, and I have gained significant knowledge into a hard working piece of Case history. More to follow in the weeks to come. Cheers

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mEl

07-07-2019 12:58:35




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 Re: 430 updaate in reply to chuck machinist, 05-14-2019 08:02:54  
Chuck, send pics of cylinders.



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john92

07-06-2019 16:50:15




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 Re: 430 updaate in reply to chuck machinist, 05-14-2019 08:02:54  
Chuck machinist,

I too recently bought a 430 and need to rebuild the steering cylinders. The problem I'm having is that someone welded the top of the cylinder arms. Can you please give me some direction on this problem. The rest of the tractors is in good shape and I hope to still use it this summer.

Thanks

John92



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mEl

05-15-2019 13:05:03




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 Re: 430 updaate in reply to chuck machinist, 05-14-2019 08:02:54  
[quote="CVPost-chuck machinist"](reply to post at 11:06:04 05/15/19) [/quote
Yes Chuck, those engines in proper tune will start instantly at very low temps without a block heater. I suppose that keeping the engine warm give some advantages for oil flow at low temps but starting will never be a problem.



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mEl

05-15-2019 06:37:27




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 Re: 430 updaate in reply to chuck machinist, 05-14-2019 08:02:54  
Chuck, nice find, a very late 430 DOM tractor, that series has that PTO in question on the frankentractor and is correct for your series. Exact same tractor as a 470, I was wondering what that line is for at the corner of te LH side of the hood with what appears to be a pipe with a rubber hose attached and secured by a Stainless steel clamp. I have that exact tractor that needs a restoration.

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chuck machinist

05-15-2019 08:06:04




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 Re: 430 updaate in reply to mEl, 05-15-2019 06:37:27  
Mel That line fed the block heater that was bolted to the side of the engine block. I eventually removed and saved the heater for someone that can really use it. All I had to do was add a couple 3/8 npt plugs to the block after disassembly. Good eye there!CM



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DaCaseguy

05-14-2019 18:13:11




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 Re: 430 updaate in reply to chuck machinist, 05-14-2019 08:02:54  
Nice find Chuck



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Jon f mn

05-14-2019 12:33:42




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 Re: 430 updaate in reply to chuck machinist, 05-14-2019 08:02:54  
Projects are fun to have. Got a few on the list left to do myself.



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Chuck machinist

05-14-2019 15:03:28




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 Re: 430 updaate in reply to Jon f mn, 05-14-2019 12:33:42  
One or two Jon Hee hee



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