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1968 930 case

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10-26-1999 08:37:39

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This is my first time on your board! I'am trying to find out how much horsepower my 930 case is rated for. Thanks

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Bob Read

11-15-1999 17:01:09

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 Re: 1968 930 case in reply to lee, 10-26-1999 08:37:39  
My manual said that the drawbar horsepower was rated at 89 hp, while the P.T.O power rating was 94 hp. But, manufacturers use strange methods to rate horsepower. I know that my 930 CK was much stronger than the I-H 706 Farmall but somewhat less than the I-H 806 Farmall of that vintage (1965-66).

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10-26-1999 15:43:03

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 Re: 1968 930 case in reply to lee, 10-26-1999 08:37:39  
is it gas or diesel
Row crop or "Comfort King"

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11-03-1999 14:25:01

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 Re: Re: 1968 930 case in reply to spf, 10-26-1999 15:43:03  
HI,about 90 or 95hp

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