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830 Gase tractor

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Ken Hampton

05-25-2006 10:46:25




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recently purchased a case 830, could someone tell me how to determine the year it was manufactured through the serial number, also what is the HP with a gas engine.




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Graham from NZ

05-27-2006 04:27:54




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 Re: 830 Gase tractor in reply to Ken Hampton, 05-25-2006 10:46:25  
No, we have kilometres but I thought you might get the drift easier in miles. When you get as old as I am you can think in both systems quite easily. If I am not half asleep at this hour, the 120 miles comes out at about 192 kms. It certainly makes the speedo on a vehicle wrap up pretty quick! But I guess the hours spent sitting on a tractor seat are the same wherever you are.



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Ken Hampton

05-27-2006 07:12:47




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 Re: 830 Case tractor in reply to Graham from NZ, 05-27-2006 04:27:54  
Thanks to everyone to answered my first questions,(Even with the little barbs). now I have another one.
My tractor is the 830 Dual range, serial number 8160526. can someone tell me the years it was built?
Also the model number is 841C, reading posting to this site I think the 4 is the engine type (gas)



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630crazy

05-27-2006 13:10:54




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 Re: 830 Case tractor in reply to Ken Hampton, 05-27-2006 07:12:47  

Looks like you have a 1960 841. The "4" in the model number means it is spark ignition and the "1" designates the tricycle front end or row crop instead of Standard frontend. The "C" is means Case-o-matic instead of a standard clutch.

Year Starting Serial Number 1960 8160001 1961 8168801 1962 8190001 1963 8208001 1964 8229001 1965 8253501 1966 8279001 1967 8306501 1968 8332101 1969 8356251

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Graham from NZ

05-26-2006 03:25:58




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 Re: 830 Gase tractor in reply to Ken Hampton, 05-25-2006 10:46:25  
If it is of any help, I have two 830s. One I bought new (here in New Zealand) in 1966 and the engine # is 2100420. I can't give the Serial # as the trctor is 120 miles away on my sons farm, but I am planning on seeing him next week so will try to remember to check the number then. I also have a second 830 bought for parts which the original owners bought in 1967 (I think) and the engine # is 2144043 and the serial # is 8293628, but is hard to read so may not be accurate.
In the days of the DC models the # was arrived at by subtracting 4 from the first two digits. Thus our 1946 DC # was 5000764DC and our 1947 DEX # was 5100220DEX. I don't know if they carried on the same idea to later models. These 830s are both the Comfort King Models, with flat topped guards and stand-on platform, not with the Clamshell mudguards. The Horsepower was given as 82.5 engine. Both mine are the 301 cu in Diesel engine.I think the CK is 10% up in power than the clamshell models.

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boston bean potty

05-26-2006 19:50:13




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 Re: 830 Gase tractor in reply to Graham from NZ, 05-26-2006 03:25:58  
they got miles in new zealand ??



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630crazy

05-25-2006 12:22:36




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 Re: 830 Gase tractor in reply to Ken Hampton, 05-25-2006 10:46:25  
Their is no special code to decipher the serial number, you just have to look it up. Try the "Serial Numbers" search at the left side of the website. 53 horse at the drawbar and 65 pto.



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Gase?

05-25-2006 11:19:06




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 Re: 830 Gase tractor in reply to Ken Hampton, 05-25-2006 10:46:25  
You covered both Case and gas with one word. Great job!



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