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case 530 pto shaft seal confusion

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gusbratz

05-18-2017 09:54:21




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my triple range 530 has been leaking hyd fluid from the triple range box into the rearend for a couple years now. i finally pulled the covers off this week and found that there are bits of seal and metal all over the inside of the rearend. i can see that one of them is a double lip seal but what was the big piece? is there like a carrier pressed into the bridge wall between the trans and rearend that the seal pressed into? when i look at the shaft it looks like the pressed metal seal outer part with no garter spring or rubber in it and i can see the bearing from the rear of the tranny main shaft up in there. so can i just pull the pto and press a new seal in there or am i missing something? any help from those who have seen this not broken would be appreciated.
thanks, gus.

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gusbratz

05-22-2017 21:06:38




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 Re: case 530 pto shaft seal confusion in reply to gusbratz, 05-18-2017 09:54:21  
thanks joe, I have some trouble with that site. maybe my ad blocker or something. I haven't been on YT in a couple years man this forum has got busy! Between loaders and backhoes and tractors over the years I have had a total of six 530 cases in my life and not 1 has had a serial number plate still on it. just 2 little holes where it was on the right side of the dash board. I guess somewhere here in western PA there is a leprechaun that likes collecting them. maybe I can follow the rainbow to a pot of case 530 id tags. :D

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gusbratz

05-18-2017 20:34:50




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 Re: case 530 pto shaft seal confusion in reply to gusbratz, 05-18-2017 09:54:21  
thanks joe, I read that in detail as it is exactly what has happened to me. I just was a little confused if I was reading it right. it didn't make sense that they would make a seal housing and pressed it into the wall only to press a seal into it. why not just press the seal right into the wall. guess I will have to care fully get in there and try to measure the diameters with some mikes and make my own seal housing on the lathe and somehow press it in.

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Joe (Wa)

05-19-2017 00:43:16




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 Re: case 530 pto shaft seal confusion in reply to gusbratz, 05-18-2017 20:34:50  
The seal housing may still be available from Case. I don't know that the p/n's shown on my parts pic are correct for your 530 model year. You need to use your tractor serial nr on the CaseIH parts site to get the correct p/n.

Joe

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Joe (Wa)

05-18-2017 19:17:01




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 Re: case 530 pto shaft seal confusion in reply to gusbratz, 05-18-2017 09:54:21  

You are missing the seal and the seal housing. Can't see anything else re your pics. Go to the link, Zach81 and I about beat this 530 pto shaft seal thing to death.

Joe

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gusbratz

05-18-2017 09:58:05




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 Re: case 530 pto shaft seal confusion in reply to gusbratz, 05-18-2017 09:54:21  

closeup of the PTO shaft where it goes through the bridgwall



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gusbratz

05-18-2017 09:56:50




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 Re: case 530 pto shaft seal confusion in reply to gusbratz, 05-18-2017 09:54:21  

bits of junk out of the rear end.



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