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Rebuilt and found out rear ends bad time to part out?

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08-24-2009 18:24:43

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I just rebuilt the 159 cu. in. gas engine in a 530-580 construction king. While working on the brakes I ran across excess end play on the shafts (spur gear). After digging a little deeper I believe a spur gear is torn up and there's a chip out of the ring gear. This project has just about reached the point where maybe I should cut my losses and part it out. How's the market for Case parts for this particular model?

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Joe Young

08-25-2009 03:49:07

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 Re: Rebuilt and found out rear ends bad time to part out? in reply to atlarge54, 08-24-2009 18:24:43  
I you are going to part it out, and the tractor has the chrome moldings on the side of the hood/fuel tank, I would be interested.

There are several other items that would be of interest depending on the serial number.

Joe Young
Olathe KS

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08-25-2009 05:35:42

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 Re: Rebuilt and found out rear ends bad time to part out? in reply to Joe Young, 08-25-2009 03:49:07  
There's no chrome on this tractor, sorry. I haven't decided what to do yet but a ring and pinion job doesn't feel like a job for me, but who knows. I'm located in NE Indiana. email vkhire@locl.net

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