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John Deere D
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PostPosted: Sat May 08, 2021 4:08 pm    Post subject: Frost has released these Gems.. Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Neighbor has sold his property and asked if I was interested in a Case 930 GASOLINE.?
Due to BEAVER building a dam and flooding his property. Yes in May / June I shall retrieve the little darling.

I have contacted original owner, he assures me the Tractor had no issues......

Engine turns over......has not ran in 10 years......

This is a first time I have ever seen a 930 Gasoline.......

Scrapper was ran OFF......Owen suggested I send him a picture when it is running..

With Temps in the low 70's F today....little Gems followed me home.
My Case 830 8 speed with chains had a hard pull...........:)

Bob..












 
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PostPosted: Sat May 08, 2021 6:10 pm    Post subject: Re: Frost has released these Gems.. Reply to specific post Reply with quote

holy you are in the 70's today. cold here and only about 40 f. raining all day and cold. i was thinking of that case also. good you got it out. what the story on the 720?
 
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PostPosted: Sat May 08, 2021 6:27 pm    Post subject: Re: Frost has released these Gems.. Reply to specific post Reply with quote

RR, I'm not a JD man but is that a pony motor start Diesel? The flywheel cover suggests more than a normal starter. I kinda had a soft spot for them and a MD because of the unique starting procedures, If I was offered one or the other or both I wouldn't turn them down.
 
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PostPosted: Sat May 08, 2021 6:35 pm    Post subject: Re: Frost has released these Gems.. Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Tractor pullers look for those, if you decide you want ant to sell I could pass along your info. I know of two who are looking for one. But looks in decent shape to keep as well.
 
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PostPosted: Sat May 08, 2021 9:46 pm    Post subject: Re: Frost has released these Gems.. Reply to specific post Reply with quote

The owner of this JD 70 Diesel shared with me, he had spared no expense on this Tractor...20 years ago. At some time around 18 years ago, water (not antifreeze) was left in the cooling system. When he stopped at a friends, to pick up this Tractor....the FRIEND admitted to the water disaster.

In 2012, when I returned / retired to reside on my property,I had a new Neighbor. He had just purchased another JD 70 Diesel.
The electric starter was removed from the 70 in the picture, and installed on his running JD 70 Diesel. In June 2013 his running 70 started to leak compression into the cooling system! I was asked to check out the problem and solve it!
The head gasket had failed! Possibly because the head stud's were loose ...also the engine DID NOT have a THERMOSTAT and or a Temperature gauge!.
I looked after the compression problem, and the 70 ran perfectly.
Then the owner started to notice an unusual noise in the CLUTCH / DRVE area. As the clutch drive components self-destructed....I removed the components from the 70 in the picture.
At some point the Neighbor tried to set the Valves on the main engine....he had not installed the PUSH RODS properly...more problems...I removed the push rods from the 70 in the picture as well as a broken fitting on one of the Fuel lines to an injector.
Then the water pump failed on a runner he has...water pump was removed from the 70 in the picture....and the story keeps repeating itself, over and over..

Well, last week Neighbor Ron arrives at our home. Asked if he owned me any money on a Job I had done on his JD 620.
No...we had settled up on that 620 Job two years ago...Smile
Neighbor Ron share with me his JD 620 is a thing of beauty......come and get the JD 70 parts Tractor as soon as possible.

Thus, I now have a badly organs short JD 70 Diesel... Neighbor Ron also tossed in a a V-4 Starting Engine for a JD 70. Also a set of rear steal wheels for what he thinks, are from a Hart-Parr....

Bob
 
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PostPosted: Sun May 09, 2021 4:20 am    Post subject: Re: Frost has released these Gems.. Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Where are you at?
 
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