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Case 530 radiator hose replacement
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Posted by Jim Cooper on September 15, 2000 at 16:07:15 from (18.104.22.168):
I have a Case 530 CK that I own and am still waiting for the manual from the seller. I need to replace the bottom radiator hose. It is 2"ID and 3"long. I loosened the clamps and unbolted the radiator, but there is nowhere for it to go. It hits the hydraulic pump flange on the front and the hydraulic lines that come from the loader frame. It looks like I may be able to remove the top sheet metal and get the hose on/off. It also looks like I could remove the entire front frame member that bolts onto the engine and supports the front of the suspension, but this would be a lot of work. What is the recommended procedure? I am flabbergasted; it's just a radiator hose!
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