Both companies seemed to be better at making hp at the time than making final drives to hold it. Hours anywhere from 3500 on up to 8000. Poor lubercation and need to shim to get them to fit or something. None of these trademark holders are affiliated with Yesterday's Tractor Co. Price seems right an remember you are buying a tractor that was only built for a couple of years.
Shifts into all gear and park positions okay; will come out of 2, 3 and park okay; but it doesn't like to come out of 1st! A 7030 is just a turboed 426 were the 50 and 60 were inter cooled as well. We have a 7080 with a 8. They burned the dyno up as it only went to 350. My neighbor owns it, but Norm thought it was a nightmare. Getting softer as the years go on. But there is water in the oil. John Deere and its logos are the registered trademarks of the John Deere Corporation.
Those four tractors about put me out of farming with their high repair costs. I can not say what difference parts are compared toa 7040. We had one on a loader, in the winter time you had to put it in gear before starting the tractor, otherwise it would grind the gears badly. Serial numbers include 1001 from 1975 models, 1648 from 1976, 5036 from 1977, 6373 from 1978, 8963 from 1979, 9503 from final. Brake job should be like the 190, all other 7000 series models 7010-7080 , its wet inboard, so trumpet housing needs removed. Not sure if you looked at them for help. I got over 5,000 hours on the engine untilI wasn't around and they dynoed it town.
Keep it away from ether. If so the delay could mean a warped clutch pack which can also relate to not being able to get out of gear. Maybe a little colder if you would play with it. Parts seem easy, and lots of salvage yards have parts because do many models use many of the same parts. Nice looking, darn good rubber.
It always would start without either down to about 20. Did they have a good engine in them? You can call him at 660-412-2494 if you want to know anything about them. Try popping it out of gear with clutch pushed down enough just to release it while the tractor is still slowly rolling and not at a dead stop. Good place to get parts? The engine ran real good we used it to chisel plow in the spring and it worked perfect. The cousin that owns it still has it, I think it does mostly light work now.
Dad is looking into buying an Allis Chalmers 7030. When you need used, new, rebuilt or salvaged parts for your Allis Chalmers® 7000 call us at and put the Worthington Ag Parts team to work for you. Hello, my 7040 allis chalmer is haveing some complocations when you put it in gear it wants to stall out. It seemed to grind a lot and felt soft releasing. Currently our 3 main tractors are a '91 7140mfd, a 2005 B? Is this a dependable tractor? He was the 3rd guy it had been to and he got it out the door and it hasn't been anywhere since. But there is water in the oil.
Yesterday's Tractors - Antique Tractor Headquarters. I have a 7000 special with the 4 speed and high, low, and medium shifter. Not sure what it is. Parts are abundant and agco still has most if not all the parts still available. The only major problem in the 10 years I have owned it was shifter cable went bad and can't get the air to stay cold. Same age, just say 90 hp.
My opinion is stay away from the 30 and try and find a 40. I like all the tractors you are comparing but the allis would be a touch more modern. I'm visualizing the spline lock on the shifting collar to be hanging up while you are holding the clutch pedal clear down to the floor applying the transmission brake and on an incline of some sort. The cabs are very quite and cool efficiantly because they are so small. The key is keeping it rolling with no resistance from the trans-brake or power coming through from the engine.
And the oil pressure is about 20-25psi at idle and full speed. I like the cabs on them, but they are not for anyone that is closterphobic. Our fast shipping, low prices and years of research make us your best choice when you need parts. A couple times it didn't want to go in or out of gear but after I release the clutch and press it again it would shift fine. We last used it to run a cotton module builder.