Re: 930 1030 values in reply to Mattlf9, 07-01-2020 06:13:48
Not a bad looking ol'e whor I meanů girl. The fact you needed 3 heads brings things to mind. 830's & 1030"s had "tender" blocks, Ether damaged both the heads & blocks, that knowledge doesn't help value. We have customers who bought those tractors, then got into the engines and found out they were in deep. I know, happened here w/ a 1030.
Re: 930 1030 values in reply to Mattlf9, 07-01-2020 07:55:33
Matt: Was your crack in the lower counter bore? I've never heard of a crack down there, it is common in the upper counter bores, and we had 2. I made a "farmer" fix because there is no professional fix to an upper counterbore in the 830 or 1030. I didn't "cob" it, and it is working. This 1030 sounded sweet, so I bought it cheap @ auction, but boy did I pay later. All 3 heads were cracked. After 6 or 7 years, she's sweet now!!
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