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830 CASE Hydraulics

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KennyJ

11-27-2006 14:12:59




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I live in Canada, freezing temp.
The hydraulics on this newly acquired 1973 CASE 830 worked great before winter. Now that it has turned to winter here, the bucket - she no lift much .. I want to drain the hydraulic fluid ( that I think is old and would help if changed) BUT I don"t know where to drain it. Sounds stupid. I bought a manual off Ebay, but it was a 1965 manual and not the same for hydraulics. So until I purchase a 1973 manual, I can"t tell where the drain plug is, and how to replace fluid. I presume there is a method to replace most of the hydraulic fluid ??
Any ideas ???
Ken

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KennyJ

11-28-2006 08:06:00




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 Re: 830 CASE Hydraulics in reply to KennyJ, 11-27-2006 14:12:59  
OH BOY ..
First, never try to fool the facts.
Everyone that responded was 100% right.
My serial # checks out to be a 1965.
Crap - since I was a fool and bought a 1973.
(I considered that to be quite a difference.)
(1965 - 1973) ??
What I can say, is that it runs pretty good and some TLC will probably make it work for me.
When I looked for images on the internet (x#!$), I thought the front wheels apart (rather than close together)were in fact, newer.
My sincere "Sorry for the mis-lead".
The manual I bought does say 1965.
Still the same problem,and this manuals hydraulics are different. Likely past owners thought $100 for oil replacement was toooo much instead of a good investment.
I certainly appreciate the advice given, and will try to pursue.
Thanks so much for now,
Ken

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Grumpy

11-28-2006 05:00:21




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 Re: 830 CASE Hydraulics in reply to KennyJ, 11-27-2006 14:12:59  
last 830 was built in 1969. 1965 thru 1969 were the same. There are three drain plugs under tractor. One is above the drawbar one is just in front of front drawbar support and one was ahead of that. you should get about 15 to 17 gallons of oil out. Dipstick and fill hole is on left side of PTO housing. If your tractor is different than this then maybe you have a 1963 830. These are different. If you have more questions I will try to help. Stan

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Gary from Iowa

11-27-2006 15:56:54




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 Re: 830 CASE Hydraulics in reply to KennyJ, 11-27-2006 14:12:59  
Kenny- You sure you don't have an 870. I don't think they made an 830 after 1969.



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KennyJ

11-27-2006 21:47:08




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 Re: 830 CASE Hydraulics in reply to Gary from Iowa, 11-27-2006 15:56:54  
Yepper - 1973 CASE 830
I bought a manual off Ebay for a CASE 830 but it is a 1965 manual, and although many parts are much the same,the hydraulics are not.



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Camboted

11-28-2006 07:42:21




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 Re: 830 CASE Hydraulics in reply to KennyJ, 11-27-2006 21:47:08  
Kenny, If you have a 1973 Case 830, you'd better lock it up, because you're the only one in the world with one. Either your looking at a serial number wrong, you have an 870, or someone is lying to you. Is the hydraulic pump on the back of the tractor by the pto, with rod operated valves exposed, running up to the control levers? If so, yours is pre 1965. If not then it is a 65-79 model.



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whtpark01

11-28-2006 08:46:01




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 Re: 830 CASE Hydraulics in reply to Camboted, 11-28-2006 07:42:21  
has anybody ever taken those valves apart? my control levers sometimes stick, and I think that is another symptom of why my hydraulics seem to be getting weak. perhaps a rolled rubber o-ring?



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