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11-15-2023 13:21:42

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I've noticed in pictures of 930's three different location s of the operator stn,and different length frames.Could some one explain what the differences were.Appreciate any input.

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jon f mn

11-16-2023 04:55:57

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 Re: Case 930 in reply to 442, 11-15-2023 13:21:42  
The frames are mostly the same except for the difference between the 6spd and 8spd models. The first out were 6 speeds and started with the seat low and fuel tank in front of the steering wheel. These are referred to as the long nose models. Next they went to the comfort king model and the seat was raised and moved forward and the fuel tank was put behind the seat. The first ones had round red fenders. In 65 the 8spd came out and all models became comfort kings, at that time the fenders and fuel tank went to yellow. The 6 spd was discontinued in 67 I think, leaving the 8spd til the 70 series came out. As far as the 6 spd, the basic frame and drive line never changed and most parts interchange.

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11-18-2023 05:35:18

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 Re: Case 930 in reply to jon f mn, 11-16-2023 04:55:57  
Jon covered it pretty good , The only thing I could add , is You can find at shows a RARE hand clutch 6 speeds that are for western wheat tracts in the Comfort King styling . These were built into at least 1968, because We had one at Lanesville this year ..I would think there were less than 1000 built. They are a lot different from the early 930 built in 1960 -64 , but with a little bit of looking you can detect the parentage. Perhaps Case hasa bunch of those rearend laid up in a forgotten warehouse and then found them . LOL

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11-18-2023 14:01:28

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 Re: Case 930 in reply to olgentdc, 11-18-2023 05:35:18  

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I'm with CC on this. I've never seen anything out here in MT other than 6 sp 930s with hand clutches Comfort King and not Comfort King. Not rare at all. So from my point of view 8 speed 930s and any 930 with a foot clutch is rare which I know isn't true. . I get to run this thing for a couple hrs every year plowing a shelter belt for one of our landowner's. 6 speed hand clutch CK 930.

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11-18-2023 06:02:04

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 Re: Case 930 in reply to olgentdc, 11-18-2023 05:35:18  
Didn't think the hand clutch was that rare. Have 4 six speed 930s and 2 are hand clutch. First tractor I bought was a 64 Western Special 930 with hand clutch 55 years ago. Latest Case built them was 1967...have one.
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