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CaseIH 8930

CaseIH 8930 tractor photo
1997 - 1998   Magnum 8900 Series
Row-Crop tractor
Previous model:CaseIH 7230
Next model:CaseIH MX220
Series next:CaseIH 8940
Series back:CaseIH 8920



Factory:Racine, Wisconsin, USA
Original price (USD)
   $95,000 (1998 )

CaseIH 8930 Engine:

   CDC 8.3L 6-cyl diesel
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Fuel:117 gal [442.8 L]
 104 gal [393.6 L] *Optional
Hydraulic system:45.5 gal [172.2 L]

3-Point Hitch:

Rear Type:III/IIIN
Control:electronic lower-link draft sensing
Rear lift:13000 lbs [5896 kg]
 13750 lbs [6237 kg] *Optional
 16000 lbs [7257 kg] *Optional

Power Take-off (PTO):

Rear PTO:independent
Clutch:electro-hydraulic wet disc
Rear RPM:1000 (1.75)
 540/1000 (dual-shaft 1.375)

Dimensions & Tires:

Wheelbase:118.3 inches [300 cm]
Weight:15750 to 22146 pounds
Front tire:14L-16.1
Rear tire:20.8R-42
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CaseIH 8930 attachments:

 front-end loader
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8930 Serial Numbers:

Location:Serial number plate on the dashboard console inside the tractor cab, near the floor.
1997: JJA0072001
1998: JJA0083000
1999: JJA0097438

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CaseIH 8930 Power:

PTO (claimed):180 hp [134.2 kW]
Drawbar (tested):156.31 hp [116.6 kW]
PTO (tested):198.35 hp [147.9 kW]
power test details ...


Chassis:4x2 2WD
 4x4 MFWD 4WD
Differential lock:electric rear
Brakes:differential hydraulic wet disc
Cab:Cab standard with air-conditioning.


Type:closed center pressure-flow compensated
Capacity:45.5 gal [172.2 L]
Pressure:2200 psi [151.7 bar]
Valves:2 to 4
Pump flow:29 gpm [109.8 lpm]
SCV flow:27 gpm [102.2 lpm]


Charging system:alternator
Charging amps:110
Charging volts:12


Cold-cranking amps:950

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