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Case 1030 brakes

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08-01-2006 18:13:46

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I have a 1030 and need brake job,any tips or help would be great. Thanks

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08-04-2006 09:49:15

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 Re: Case 1030 brakes in reply to Marl, 08-01-2006 18:13:46  
One thing to be check that I ran into on mine: Be sure the oil drain holes are open, so that any oil that gets past the bull pinion seals will drip out the bottom instead of getting on the brake disks. I had a brake housing on one side that was FULL of transmission oil! Ideal of course is not to leak any oil, but Case was pragmatic and thought ahead, providing those drain holes.

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08-03-2006 20:39:30

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 Re: Case 1030 brakes in reply to Marl, 08-01-2006 18:13:46  
Be sure the "cones" in the actuator plates are clean and smooth. Replace the balls in the cones with those that are 1/16 inch larger. Replace worn discs. Be sure the linkage is free from rust and dirt and working properly. Should give you good brakes for at least 30 years. I adjusted the brakes on my dad's 930 two weeks ago for the first time since he reworked them like this 20 plus years ago. It will slide each tire with just a little pedal pressure.

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08-02-2006 15:50:13

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 Re: Case 1030 brakes in reply to Marl, 08-01-2006 18:13:46  
I think it takes three brake disk on each side.
and there are springs that hold the entire
assembly together with metal balls in shallow holes. The hard part is cleaning and freeing up the adjustments.
Good Luck

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