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Case Model 930 (940 Gasoline engine)..

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John Deere D

01-14-2022 08:48:52




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I own a case Model 930 (940 Gasoline engine)....

I have located and ordered an original Parts Book.......:)

My question is......
I was informed the CASE 900 also had a Gasoline engine....????

I require the component that the Engine Tachometer cable attaches to... (below Distributor drive) I have located such from a Case 900.
I also require the Engine Tachometer. And flex Cabel drive..
Would the Case 900 Gasoline Engine have the same Engine Tachometer.? And flex Cabel drive?
I'm wintering in Arizona..
Thanks
Bob..

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RGMartin

01-14-2022 10:42:43




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 Re: Case Model 930 (940 Gasoline engine).. in reply to John Deere D, 01-14-2022 08:48:52  
900s were diesel, 910s were propane(which would have spark ignition like a gas), no gasoline version that I know of.

The diesel tach should be fine.



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John Deere D

01-14-2022 14:23:37




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 Re: Case Model 930 (940 Gasoline engine).. in reply to RGMartin, 01-14-2022 10:42:43  
Thank you Sir
Bob..



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John Deere D

01-14-2022 09:38:31




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 Re: Case Model 930 (940 Gasoline engine).. in reply to John Deere D, 01-14-2022 08:48:52  
I also have access to a NOS Engine Tachometer from a CASE 930 Diesel.....
Will this Tachometer work properly on my Case 930 with the 377 Gasoline ENGINE????
Thank You
Bob..



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chuck machinist

01-14-2022 13:50:57




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 Re: Case Model 930 (940 Gasoline engine).. in reply to John Deere D, 01-14-2022 09:38:31  
The diesel and propane blocks were 377 cubic inches. Stroke on both were 4x 5. You are safe to use that cable, as RG has mentioned CM



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John Deere D

01-14-2022 14:24:12




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 Re: Case Model 930 (940 Gasoline engine).. in reply to chuck machinist, 01-14-2022 13:50:57  
Thank you Sir:
Bob..



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