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Case 530 gas, oil pressure

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Dave Beiter

04-16-2007 08:42:43




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My dad has a 1968 Case 530 gas. The max oil pressure that we see on this engine is less than 10 psi, at full throttle, when cold no less. What is the standard operating pressure for this 159?? and what can be done to boost it up a little bit?
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Indiana Jerry

05-14-2007 09:39:45




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 Re: Case 530 gas, oil pressure in reply to Dave Beiter, 04-16-2007 08:42:43  
I rebuilt my 159 like a swiss jeweller two winters ago. If it wasn;t in spec it was replaced or machined into spec. Assuming the gauge is right, I get about 20psi, and it works great. I was getting zero before rebuild. The gauge was new from TSC.

It's a 1964 Case 530CK



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Jim from Calif

04-16-2007 09:30:33




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 Re: Case 530 gas, oil pressure in reply to Dave Beiter, 04-16-2007 08:42:43  
My Case 530 (159 gas) runs at about 45 psi. However, my Case 800's oil pressure was running at about 15 psi, so I added 1.5 qts of LUCUS Heavy Duty Oil Stabilizer. This additive doubled the oil pressure to about 30 psiís until I could locate a new oil pump.



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Jim from Calif

04-16-2007 12:04:06




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 Re: Case 530 gas, oil pressure in reply to Jim from Calif, 04-16-2007 09:30:33  
CORRECTION --- My Case 530 runs @ just under 30 psi. (I need typing lessons)



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Dave Beiter

04-17-2007 03:05:20




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 Re: Case 530 gas, oil pressure in reply to Jim from Calif, 04-16-2007 12:04:06  
Is your 530 a later model??? (live PTO, dual range)? I know the earlier gas engines had lower pressure, my 211B, 511B, etc are lucky to see 20 psi... When did Case boost up the pressure??



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Jim from Calif

04-17-2007 07:15:55




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 Re: Case 530 gas, oil pressure in reply to Dave Beiter, 04-17-2007 03:05:20  
My 530 is a 1964, caseo-matic, 3 point, live PTO and drift-o-matic w/159 cu-in engine.



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