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Rick Wages

06-22-2006 21:21:41

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can someone please tell me the obivous differences in these ie Does COM have small lever on left hand side of sterrin wheel?

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charley hellickson

06-23-2006 21:16:53

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 Re: difference COM Dual Range in reply to Rick Wages, 06-22-2006 21:21:41  
The big tractors must be the opposite of the small tractors. My 600B has the COM lever on the right side,it is gas. The small tractors have the throotle on the left side. I also have a 300. This is on the gas tractors. Charley.

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06-23-2006 09:04:02

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 Re: difference COM Dual Range in reply to Rick Wages, 06-22-2006 21:21:41  
If it is an older, non-comfort king the COM lever should be aluminum and almost below the steering wheel. There should also be two cylinder type valves on the side of the transmission with linkage to the clutch pedal. 830's are a solid dependable tractor.

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06-23-2006 05:52:09

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 Re: difference COM Dual Range in reply to Rick Wages, 06-22-2006 21:21:41  
The COM lever on my 811b is on the LEFT side when seated, not the right. Never saw one with the COM lever of the right.

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Rick Wages

06-23-2006 05:35:00

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 Re: difference COM Dual Range in reply to Rick Wages, 06-22-2006 21:21:41  
Thanks, since my lever is on the left side seated I guess it is not a COM, I am new to case tractors and think I am really going to like the 830. It has a lift problem it will raise slowly at a higher rpm but you have to shut down tractor and wait 15 or so mintes for it to slowly leak down any information would be appreciated.

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charley hellickson

06-22-2006 21:52:59

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 Re: difference COM Dual Range in reply to Rick Wages, 06-22-2006 21:21:41  
Hi. COM lever is on right side of steering wheel as you are seated. It will move into COM every time clutch is pushed. Once moving you move lever into direct drive. You can also move lever into COM,down shift, while moving. You do not need to use clutch when shifting hand lever,you can shift up or down on the move. Hope this helps. Charley.

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