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05-10-2006 05:42:34

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Need to know approx weight of a Case 730 diesel with narrow front, 13.9 x 38 wheels with no ballast.

Also would like to know stock HP and what it can be bumped up to with out major modification.


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Richard E.

05-14-2006 06:09:05

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 Re: Case 730 in reply to Lindsey, 05-10-2006 05:42:34  
My Case has a wide front with 18.4x34 radial tires and was told she had 59.9 hp with a fresh motor. I"d put her up against any 60 hp tractor now. My book said she should weigh 7,000, not too sure if that"s balasted or not with weights. My 2 cents.

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Roger (Mi)

05-12-2006 04:18:22

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 Re: Case 730 horsepower in reply to Lindsey, 05-10-2006 05:42:34  
The 730 diesel has 267 CID and is rated 52 horsepower by the factory. The 830 has a 301 CID diesel and is rated 64 horsepower by the factory. Yes, a slight horsepower increase can be realized by increasing RPM and turning up fuel delivery adjustment in the fuel injection pump. The potential of a great HP increase of a power-cell diesel is limited, but you could get another 10 horsepower. Not sure of the weight but should be around 6000-6500 pounds.

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