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Help identifying my tractor and itís current value

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dylanh

06-29-2020 08:38:56




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Hello, I bought this tractor about 5 years ago. It had a fresh top end done on it. It has sat since then. I went to crank it up and discovered engine was seized. Pulled plugs and there is corrosion on the tips. I think rain entered thru the intake and caused internal corrosion. The three point worked great. It has rear remote hydraulics and transmission is fine. Any info from you guys would be greatly appreciated. Iím trying to figure out the model of it and itís value as is vs. up and running. Thanks

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rustred

07-01-2020 07:20:31




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 Re: Help identifying my tractor and itís current value in reply to dylanh, 06-29-2020 08:38:56  
all those pictures and you cut off the muffler top, and the serial # plate will give you the information you want. as olgent said if exhaust was not covered your in for an engine job. keep that million dollar can on the exhaust pipe.



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Tgrasher

06-29-2020 11:40:17




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 Re: Help identifying my tractor and itís current value in reply to dylanh, 06-29-2020 08:38:56  
Case model 430 / 440 gas g148 engine made 1960 to 1969, would be worth $500 to 900 depending on the guy wanting it. I would pay 750 tops.



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VACLee

06-29-2020 12:18:16




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 Re: Help identifying my tractor and itís current value in reply to Tgrasher, 06-29-2020 11:40:17  
Jim , you may want to take a closer look. Multi-piece hood, full fenders, bent gear shift, kinda resembles a 530.



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Bruce from Can.

06-30-2020 03:28:25




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 Re: Help identifying my tractor and itís current value in reply to VACLee, 06-29-2020 12:18:16  
I agree, 430 hood is one piece, this tractor is probably a 530



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Jim.ME

06-29-2020 10:23:28




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 Re: Help identifying my tractor and it s current value in reply to dylanh, 06-29-2020 08:38:56  
Interesting, I rotated the photos and they were right side up in the preview, but reverted to upside down when submitted.



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Jim.ME

06-29-2020 10:22:00




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Jim.ME

06-29-2020 09:25:40




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 Re: Help identifying my tractor and it s current value in reply to dylanh, 06-29-2020 08:38:56  
If you post a number of photos of it from different angles, that might help people to help you ID it. I don't think the current info you posted will get you much help.



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dylanh

06-29-2020 10:09:12




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 Re: Help identifying my tractor and it s current value in reply to Jim.ME, 06-29-2020 09:25:40  
I have tried to upload photos 3 times now. So far no luck. I will keep trying.

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olgentdc

06-29-2020 12:15:22




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 Re: Help identifying my tractor and it s current value in reply to dylanh, 06-29-2020 10:09:12  
Goodness ! , Dont anyone on here know a 530 Case gasser when they see One ! ,Dylan , If You let that 530 set put in the weather without a bucket over the muffler and air breather ???... I FEEL sorry For You !.because you have a hopelessly STUCK engine ,especially if it was a new Rebuild . I would Pay 750 if I did not need to drive too far From Louisville KY to get it .... if the muffler was kept covered , Then You Should be in decent shape even after 5 yrs . Change Oil in the breather,and crankcase. .Remove the plugs . Pour in some Marvel Mystery oil , Seafoam , Or hydraulic oil spark plug holes. take a pipe wrench and engage the PTO and try rocking the shaft back and forth,. you could also jackup one rear wheel , shift it into hi gear and try rocking the wheel to break it loose , Once Loose rock it back and forth,so as not to lose your oil when the piston comes,to top then you can spin it thru . If Your 530 has all the sidecovers and was running good ,A gasser 530 depending on tires and how equipped should bring bargain side of 1300 - to as much as 3 thousand, depends on dualHydraulic outlets , 8 or 12 speed . But YOURS looks to be a standard 4 speed, And IMHO that reduces your vaue at least 1000 dollars . Also , A good seat cushion and working lights working helps sell a tractor in this modern world ,

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