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Re: Case 430 triple range binding

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Adirondack case guy

03-26-2013 15:24:09

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Please describe what you mean when you say binding. In high range 4th, a 25mph road gear you may have a brake draging and bogging it down. What does it do in HR 1&2 which are tillage gears. If a brake is dragging you sholld be able to feel heat buildup on the brake covers. It could be that wour carb adjustments are off also and the engine just isn't getting enough fuel to respond the the load you are applying.

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Joe (Wa)

03-26-2013 20:05:18

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 Re: Case 430 triple range binding in reply to Adirondack case guy, 03-26-2013 15:24:09  
Really good to have you back posting Loren. My bet is with your advice. I"ve had the same situation on my 310, the engine lugs down in 4th, high range upgrade.


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03-26-2013 16:25:46

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 Re: Case 430 triple range binding in reply to Adirondack case guy, 03-26-2013 15:24:09  
Loren, this reminds me, when I got my 630 tin all painted up and back on I had the ole girl at a local show with some of our other club members. We had to park our trucks and trailers 2-3 blocks away and drive the tractors back up to the display area. When I had the tractor in high range and 4th it seemed like the governor wasn't working and the engine would bog down and not fully come up to RPM and speed. Did OK in 3rd though. Didn't think about brakes but it didn't seem like it was a brake drag because it didn't pull to one side or the other. Could governor be messing up since it sat for quite awhile?


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03-26-2013 15:38:50

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 Re: Case 430 triple range binding in reply to Adirondack case guy, 03-26-2013 15:24:09  
I have taken the breaks apart and found that the right hand side had been dragging.

thanks for the help.

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