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    That is just awesome.

    Glad you got it back.

    You did a great job restoring it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post
    No 3 point?
    No 3 point and only 2 hydraulics.

    Guessing 3 point was an option, and the original buyer didn't need it and chose to save the expense.
    Honestly, we never had a want for a 3 point on it either.
    It was our "big" tractor for awhile, so generally drawbar use.

    Now a 3 point on the 8630 would have been nice for our bale/stack moving rack!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NEWT View Post
    Back in February of 2008, local estate auction had this "1975 JD 4630 QR open station 18.4X38 w/JD quick-hitch, 5240 hrs, #14190, w/168 loader". Sold for $15,700...
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    Was a farm few miles from me several years later had a 4430 or 4630 open station with loader that I noticed. I guess it could have been the same tractor but I doubt it.

    Neighbor of mine has a open station 4430 with duals and chrome strait pipe they use a little bit for tillage...
    that tractor looks exactly the same but nope. the picture i posted where the tractor still has a loader and duels is the 1st picture i took of it when i stumbled across it.
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