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830 Case-o-matic

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Werf

11-08-1999 18:59:08




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I just got offered the chance to buy a Case 830 Case-o-matic. Diesel, runs good, 3-point, good tires, good metal. What is it worth? Are there any inherent problems with the Case-o-matic thing? Appreciate all replys. Thank You




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Roger

11-09-1999 10:50:05




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 Re: 830 Case-o-matic in reply to Werf, 11-08-1999 18:59:08  
We're just about to tear into our 830 propane to do a major overhaul on it after 38 years of use, it developed a knock in it a few days ago, and just in case it might be a rod ready to go out of it, we are going in to it before any real damage may occur, have been told it might just be carbon came loose & rattling around above the piston, not sure on that,didn't think propane left much carbon if any, anyway it needs a major overhaul since compression is low when tested,until we put oil in each cylinder then tested again ,then compression came right up where it should be. NEVER have had any problems with Case o matic.

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Aaron

11-08-1999 19:06:59




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 Re: 830 Case-o-matic in reply to Werf, 11-08-1999 18:59:08  
We have an 830 Case-o-matic diesel. It may well be the best loader tractor ever built, but for one problem. When it's cold (like 40 and below), the thing is terrible shifting forwards to reverse. Once the oil gets warmed up, it's fine. Also, if you are doing any serious work, tilling, that sort of thing, always work in direct, otherwise the thing will overheat. We did lose reverse once, we had a retainer fall out of the shitfer forks. Took about 5 minutes to fix after removng 3 hours of seats and covers. The diesels were notorious for cracking heads. Just too complicated castings for the materials they had, I guess. Very nice tractor overall.
Aaron

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Werf

11-08-1999 19:54:19




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 Re: Re: 830 Case-o-matic in reply to Aaron, 11-08-1999 19:06:59  
What do you think about $2000 price?



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Aaron

11-09-1999 07:42:12




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 Re: Re: Re: 830 Case-o-matic in reply to Werf, 11-08-1999 19:54:19  
If the tin is good, the rubber is good, the engine is sound, hours are low, etc, etc, then go for it. They are a good tractor and that number sounds like a deal to me.
Aaron



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BLR

11-09-1999 10:15:16




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: 830 Case-o-matic in reply to Aaron, 11-09-1999 07:42:12  
Make sure the case-o-matic will shift into and hold in direct drive, and the case-o-matic system pressure is OK after the tractor has warmed up good.



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