I did read at one time a bulletin published by Case that dual wheels were not recommended for the 930 standard tractors. Also read that 1030 axles could replace the 930 axles for a stronger axle. The short coupled front axle was pretty hard on brakes in our type of farming here. The extended front axle gave a lot more leverage for differential braking. GeneStill like the looks of your 732. Friend used to have a 1950's vintage 412 on 18.4x26 tires and he said that was the best baling tractor ever made.
Those are beautiful pictures on the brochure. That Special really looks like a brute. Must be on 23.1X30 tires? With the adjustable tread, is it considered a 931, or does the underslung axle and western fenders make it a 932? Got me confused now!!! The one on the right is what my idea of a 931 is. Gene