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Case 870 Info Needed!

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Lee Brown

05-17-2006 15:05:18

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Hello! Can you all give me some basics on the 870? I know that in the early 1970's, Case converted the 430 to 470 and the 530 to 570. Is the 870 a newer 830? It looks bigger than an 830. Also, it doesn't seem to have the same loader mounts that the 730 / 830's have. Did Case make a loader for the 870 or can you find or modify one for that model? This one is diesel and the cream color instead of white, that's why I think it's early 70's. The SN is 83656565. Basically would like a general purpose tractor 730 / 830 size, instead of a field tractor which is what I think the 870 might be. Any advice or information is certainly appreciated!

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Tom (Ks)

05-17-2006 17:45:13

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 Re: Case 870 Info Needed! in reply to Lee Brown, 05-17-2006 15:05:18  
The 870 replaced the 830. You have one too many numbers in your SN. If you remove the "3" from it, you will have a 1970 model year tractor. They started out with 70 HP and finished up with 80 HP the last year made. Getting a loader should not be a problem. A good little tractor.

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Worf, son of Moug

05-18-2006 09:01:36

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 Re: Case 870 Info Needed! in reply to Tom (Ks), 05-17-2006 17:45:13  

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Tom (Ks)

05-19-2006 19:30:37

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 Re: Case 870 Info Needed! in reply to Worf, son of Moug, 05-18-2006 09:01:36  
Larger than a turbolift but smaller than a shuttle craft.

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