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jas

06-02-2006 09:46:59




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Greetings, I was wondering if anybody knew how many gas 930 tractors were made? My dad just bought one that is. I have never seen one on gas. It's an 8 speed, adjustable front, with 3 point. It has some motor issues though. I was wondering if it pays to fix it or part it out. Also how tough on gas are they? Thanks




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Grumpy

06-03-2006 04:58:29




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 Re: 930 on Gasoline? in reply to jas, 06-02-2006 09:46:59  
My Dad had a 930 gas from 1968 till 1972 . I did a lot of plowing with it. You might put 6 gal. per hour through it. Gas tractor is sure quieter in cab than diesel. Fix the motor if the block and crankshaft are usable. Stan



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Atoz

06-02-2006 10:10:08




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 Re: 930 on Gasoline? in reply to jas, 06-02-2006 09:46:59  
I have seen a 930 with a gas engine (a 941). It was a 1969 Comfort King. Not sure how many were made compaired to diesels.



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Tom (Ks)

06-02-2006 16:39:56




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 Re: 930 on Gasoline? in reply to Atoz, 06-02-2006 10:10:08  
I have seen two 930 CK's around here and both were on LP gas.



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