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Jason Weir

10-08-2007 08:35:30




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Looks to me like a early-mid 60s 530CK, that might be a shuttle shift lever I see on the left side, but I don"t see the direct drive lever for the torque converter drive.

Was it possible to have a standard clutch tractor with a shuttle?

Is it a diesel or gas? Looks like it might have the fuel cut-off cable (diesel) on the left side of the dash or did Case also use that for the choke (gas)?

Without a serial number anyone have a more definite identification?

I"m looking at it for parts for my 1968 530CK

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Jason

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Jason Weir

10-16-2007 09:23:38




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 Re: Identify this Case in reply to Jason Weir, 10-08-2007 08:35:30  
David, George, Curt I sent you guys emails regarding the tins,shuttle and the loader.

I only need the tranny and diff and would love to get rid of the rest.

The tins are in excellent condition look here

http://www.yankeeinfluences.com/sawmill/430ck.htm

Any other parts I have are available as well, I'd rather sell this stuff cheap to you guys then to the scrap yard.

BTW - anyone been through the ring and pinion setup procedure - how much of a pain is it going to be?

Thanks,
Jason

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George S. in the real NY

10-11-2007 04:47:57




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 Re: Identify this Case in reply to Jason Weir, 10-08-2007 08:35:30  
Jason, That looks like the remains of a 310 tractor/loader. The gauge cluster is 65 or 66 and eariler. The front bumper is like the 310. Loader cylinders are tie rod type, not used on the 32 loader which came with the 530CK. Also the loader frame is not the same as used on the 530CK. There is an ID tag on the loader frame left side just above the foot step, that may help Id what it was. The good news is that most of the rear parts you might need very likely will be the same. Research with parts books will confirm what will interchange. Don't let it go to scrap--get the gauge cluster and fuel tank if nothing else. HTH, George S.

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Curt Gregory

10-10-2007 12:16:46




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 Re: Identify this Case in reply to Jason Weir, 10-08-2007 08:35:30  
Jason, I may be interested in your old shuttle with com assembly where are you located in vermont?Ian in port henry just across crown point bridge,
ihave 1970 570 military with w3 hoe and loader on it,would like to swap in a shuttle thanks



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Jason Weir

10-08-2007 09:48:39




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 Re: Identify this Case in reply to Jason Weir, 10-08-2007 08:35:30  
I should have added this to my original post but oh well.

I broke the ring & pinion gear and 1 tooth on the right side final drive gear on my 1968 530CK and am trying to determine if the parts from this machine will work. The tractor serial number tag is missing from the right side of the dash. How else can I determine year of manufactureparts interchangeability (motor s/n, loader s/n, casting numbers???). Here is what I do know.

The above machine is gas job, shuttle shift with standard clutch - year unk.

Mine is a 1968 diesel, shuttle shift with torque converter drive.

A couple questions I need to answer are

1. Best case scenario, I split the tractor ahead of the shuttle and it bolts right up to mine?

2. More work but doable, take the thing apart and just use the gears that I need and rebuild what I have.

3. Worst case - differential parts are different and now I own two junk machines..

Anybody have any idea which of the three I'm looking at?

Thanks,
Jason

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David Barger

10-08-2007 10:29:23




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 Re: Identify this Case in reply to Jason Weir, 10-08-2007 09:48:39  
It looks a lot like a 480CK - which I am looking for the loader arms for mine. Mine is gas as well. Where is this one located?



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David Barger

10-08-2007 10:29:21




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 Re: Identify this Case in reply to Jason Weir, 10-08-2007 09:48:39  
It looks a lot like a 480CK - which I am looking for the loader arms for mine. Mine is gas as well. Where is this one located?



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Jason Weir

10-08-2007 10:50:11




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 Re: Identify this Case in reply to David Barger, 10-08-2007 10:29:21  
David,

It's located in Vermont..

Where are you?

-Jason



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