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Re: 1963 Case G430 New Owner

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07-17-2019 18:13:27

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Iím guessing it has a torque tube forward of the transmission. If so, there should be a square headed plug on the left side of the torque tube that is the fill hole. This would require a hy-Tran type fluid.

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07-17-2019 20:18:14

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 Re: 1963 Case G430 New Owner in reply to flatpkr, 07-17-2019 18:13:27  
Is this the torque tube? It's underneath the gauge cluster and it has pipe coming from the 3 point. But I see no square screw plug. I posted the left side of this above that has a hydraulic hose going to it. But also see no square plug.

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07-18-2019 05:23:12

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 Re: 1963 Case G430 New Owner in reply to HermannFelix, 07-17-2019 20:18:14  
The torque tube is the section of the transmission case between the clutch housing and the rear end. Allis came up with the patent on it. It is my understanding Case had to pay Allis 50 cents for every tractor they made that had one. Your tractor is different than mine, but it looks like there is a plug below that lever on the left side of the tractor in one of the first photos. My tractor (351)has a plug that takes a 1/2 drive but it looks like you have that switch with wires coming out of that hole.

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