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J.I. Case 941 GP

J.I. Case 941 GP tractor photo
1964 - 1969   30 Series
Row-Crop tractor





The Case 930 General Purpose tractor was introduced in 1964 by putting the engine from the 930 Comfort King into an 830 chassis, creating a row-crop version of the 930. In addition to the row-crop chassis, the 930 GP also uses an eight speed transmission instead of the six speed in the 930 standard.
 

Production:

Manufacturer:J.I. Case
Factory:Racine, Wisconsin, USA
 

Variants:

930:diesel standard
931:diesel row-crop
940:gas standard
941:gas row-crop
 

J.I. Case 941 Engines:

   J.I. Case 6.2L 6-cyl gasoline
   J.I. Case 6.2L 6-cyl LP gas
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Capacity:

Fuel:30 gal [113.6 L] (gas)
 36 gal [136.3 L] (LP-gas)
 48 gal [181.7 L] (CK)
 

3-Point Hitch:

Rear Type:II
 

Power Take-off (PTO):

Rear PTO:independent
Rear RPM:540/1000 (1.375)
 

Dimensions & Tires:

Wheelbase:108 inches [274 cm]
Weight:8975 to 13370 pounds
Front tire:7.50-15
Rear tire:18.4-34
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941 Serial Numbers:

Location:Plate on instrument panel
photo of 941 serial number

1964: 8229001
1965: 8253501
1966: 8279001
1967: 8306501
1968: 8332101
1969: 8356251

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J.I. Case 941 Power:

Belt (claimed):83 hp [61.9 kW]
Plows:6
Drawbar (tested):72.63 hp [54.2 kW]
PTO (tested):86.21 hp [64.3 kW]
power test details ...
 

Mechanical:

Chassis:4x2 2WD
Steering:power assist
Brakes:differential mechanical dry disc
 

Hydraulics:

Type:Dual-Control
Valves:1 or 2
Pump flow:15 gpm [56.8 lpm]
 

Belt Pulley:

Diameter:11.75 inches [29 cm]
Width:8.25 inches [20 cm]
RPM:1007
 

Battery:

Number:2
Volts:6
 

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