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830 Remote Pressure Relief

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TexasWren

03-29-2007 03:24:30




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Finally getting around to rebuilding my remote valve on my 830CK. Dang that's got a lot of parts, especially compared to the 3-point! Some clown has been into this thing before, though. There were a couple of parts missing that I was able to fab (no wonder the levers weren't returning to center). The relief, valve, though, has been screwed up good. They replaced the top spring with a piece of aluminum tube (real smart). That broke the little piece with the rod that slides back and forth (see picture above). Fortunately the aluminum tube crushed before anything else could be damaged, but this could also help explain why my 3-point is slow.

CASE wants about $200 for that part. I can fab a repair from the pieces I have, but I'd need to know the free length, because I don't trust what the guy before me did (the shaft it slides on is a roll pin right now, which may or may not be correct, and it's broken anyway.)

Does anybody have a remote valve sitting around they could pull the relief valve from and measure the length of that part (accurately, please, not "oh, about an inch"), or even better, a relief valve from a junked valve body you'd be willing to part with for somewhat less than $200?

Much appreciated, all!

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bradley martin

03-31-2007 16:41:50




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 Re: 830 Remote Pressure Relief in reply to TexasWren, 03-29-2007 03:24:30  
Victor; I just sent you a reply but it didn't seem to go thru. Let me know if you did not get it and I will respond here or e-mail me direct martinfarming@bellnet.ca



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TexasWren

03-29-2007 19:57:37




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 Re: 830 Remote Pressure Relief in reply to TexasWren, 03-29-2007 03:24:30  
Thanks for that. I can't guarantee that ANY of the parts on this tractor were original (or even that the parts inside the valve body belong to that valve body), but the S/N of the tractor is 8270927. The valve body has "32565" stamped on it, which doesn't match anything in my parts books, but disassembled, it looks the most like the A34699 valve



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bradley martin

03-29-2007 04:27:38




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 Re: 830 Remote Pressure Relief in reply to TexasWren, 03-29-2007 03:24:30  
I might be able to give you those dimensions (or sell you a part) but it is necessary to know at least the yr of your tractor as several different designs were used over the production yrs.



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