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4030 repower

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Adair485

06-13-2020 18:17:05




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I recently acquired a 4030 with a bad motor. I have a 404 motor from a 6600 combine. I want to know how hard the swap would be and what parts will be needed.




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buickanddeere

06-14-2020 20:24:58




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 Re: 4030 repower in reply to Adair485, 06-13-2020 18:17:05  
You did not read everyones post .



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buickanddeere

06-14-2020 14:39:56




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 Re: 4030 repower in reply to Adair485, 06-13-2020 18:17:05  
Don't know why anyone would re-power a rare collectable 4030 gas tractor with a diesel .



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tomstractorsandtoys

06-14-2020 16:17:02




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 Re: 4030 repower in reply to buickanddeere, 06-14-2020 14:39:56  
Where in this post did you see anything about the 4030 being a gas? I spent some seat time on a 4030 gas and yes I would repower it in a heartbeat rather than use that dead gutless engine. I also would repower any 2510-2520 gas powershifts that I owned or trade them on diesels. Tom



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tomstractorsandtoys

06-14-2020 13:48:44




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 Re: 4030 repower in reply to Adair485, 06-13-2020 18:17:05  
The 4030's came with a 329 and there are plenty of them around out of 4400 and early 6600 combines. In my area they never bring more than $1500 and often do not reach $1000 for good running take outs. You should easily be able to trade or sell yours for a good one or even bigger like posted below. Tom



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buickanddeere

06-14-2020 09:39:57




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 Re: 4030 repower in reply to Adair485, 06-13-2020 18:17:05  
Not worth the headaches. Your tractor is an updated 2520 with a Dubuque, not a Waterloo Engine.

Lots of good 359 and 414 engines around. Even without a turbo a 359 will make 110HP and a 414 approx 125HP.



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WTW

06-14-2020 07:59:14




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 Re: 4030 repower in reply to Adair485, 06-13-2020 18:17:05  
If you want a nice easy and very good option for this tractor I have a complete running 359T That I would sell. Come listen to it run in my shop and take it home. Or bring me your tractor and I can install it for you. I have repowered 4030's gas and diesels with these engines and with 414's. I can give you every detail it takes to do it right down to correct bolt lengths, gaskets, water pumps, flywheels and mountings with out any modification to chassis or sheet metal. If interested send me your phone number to my email and I will call you back. DWic923705@aol.com

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LarrySTN

06-14-2020 05:23:07




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 Re: 4030 repower in reply to Adair485, 06-13-2020 18:17:05  
A 359 or 414 would bolt in, but a 404 would be difficult.



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MikeJM

06-14-2020 03:28:23




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 Re: 4030 repower in reply to Adair485, 06-13-2020 18:17:05  
That would be a difficult one. The 4030 has a 300 series engine. The 404 will bolt to the bellhousing, but the frame rails are wrong, flywheel is different, and Im not sure the oil pan will seal the bellhousing correctly as it is a wet clutch.



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D-

06-13-2020 19:23:14




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 Re: 4030 repower in reply to Adair485, 06-13-2020 18:17:05  
Different animal. You need a 300 series engine.



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