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Case 530 PTO Clutch Problems

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Thomas Robertson

01-22-2012 11:36:22

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Hi all,
Having some problems with the PTO clutch on our 530. It's been constantly spinning for a while now. Took the whole assembly into a dealer and they said it was completely shot, haven't picked it up to see exactly what the problem is. I found a salvage 530 at a scrapyard nearby online but the PTO assembly looks different, the engagement lever seems to be a rod you pull up (like our old W6) rather than one you push back on. Anyone have any thoughts as to whether this would bolt on? Thanks!

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Thomas Robertson

01-26-2012 19:06:31

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 Re: Case 530 PTO Clutch Problems in reply to Thomas Robertson, 01-22-2012 11:36:22  
Thanks! Mine's exactly like the upper picture (with the different handle). The parts unit I'm now looking at looks more like the lower from the pictures the seller sent. I'm guessing it wouldn't do for me. Is there a chance the shafts might be the same? Not familiar with the older unit, how does it disengage? are the clutches in the same spot (i.e., if the shaft and bolt pattern were the same, would the older style mate up with what I've got?).

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Joe Young

01-22-2012 18:01:15

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 Re: Case 530 PTO Clutch Problems in reply to Thomas Robertson, 01-22-2012 11:36:22  

There were two different styles of independent PTO during the 530 series production run. The top photo is from the later series including the 570s. (The red handle is not correct, it should have a handle that is nearly straight up and down, and has rubberized/plastic-like handle on the top. This version functions by moving a handle fore and aft to disengage and engage the clutches. The lower picture is the early variant that was consistent with the 400B and 600B series. The clutches are engaged by raising the lever on the right side of the tractor, between the fender and the transmission case. If you need an assembly, I have one like the one in the lower picture in my shop from a 600B. I have no idea what condition it is in, but it is complete. - Joe

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Case Nutty 1660

01-23-2012 07:40:53

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 Re: Case 530 PTO Clutch Problems in reply to Joe Young, 01-22-2012 18:01:15  
Hey Joe just curious, wonder if the COM unit would fit where the later sytle does?? never tried it am guessing the shaft is different but Hmmm? probly not as the COM style has a pto shut off just thinking out loud LOL cnt

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Joe Young

01-23-2012 09:21:45

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 Re: Case 530 PTO Clutch Problems in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-23-2012 07:40:53  

I was wondering the same thing......

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01-22-2012 12:24:33

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 Re: Case 530 PTO Clutch Problems in reply to Michael Beeker, 01-22-2012 11:36:22  
They are not interchangable. your is an independant with it's own internal clutches and the other a simple in gear or out with the clutch disengage as a hand clutch. The shaft to yours is constant running from the flywheel, the other from a clutch located in the torque tube.

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