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Re: Problems with 1060 Case combine

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Case Nutty 1660

11-28-2012 21:07:29

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no they are not prone to sticking or being hard to shift, the gear shift in the cab may be bent, rusty or just out of adjustment, the shift linkages need to be the same at the bellcranks also to shift correctly, it sounds like some one may have gotten rough with it and could have bent a shift fork also, has it been kept full of oil/ is the oil in good condition, same goes for the govenor, if they are not kept at the correct oil level they will fail, also all linkages need to move freely I put a drop of oil at all moving parts to keep the govenor in good operating condition, I have 15 Case combines and have only had one govenor fail in 45 years and that was from failing to keep up the oil level cnt

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Centex Farmall

11-29-2012 12:00:29

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 Re: Problems with 1060 Case combine in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-28-2012 21:07:29  
Ok, that's what I wanted to know.

This one has been kept outside for a while and I suspect things are just gummed up inside. The shift linkage goes so far and then things just start flexing.

We'll have to open it up in the off-season and clean it out.

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