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430 case p.s. cylinder

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Kirk-Tx

09-30-2009 04:46:08




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I have a 430 that has a leaky p.s. cylinder. There are 2 short cylinders that turn the wheels. I can't figure out how to remove the cylinder. The frame will not let it drop down to get the front out. I have the rear loose. Any suggestions. Thanks Kirk




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Kirk-Tx

10-01-2009 05:29:07




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 Re: 430 case p.s. cylinder in reply to Kirk-Tx, 09-30-2009 04:46:08  
Thanks guys, I'll give it another try. I was hoping there was a trick that I was missing. Kirk



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bradley martin

09-30-2009 16:32:10




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 Re: 430 case p.s. cylinder in reply to Kirk-Tx, 09-30-2009 04:46:08  
As Tohio says....it is possible to get the cylinders out, but your vocabulary might expand while doing it!!! They are a tight fit and it is necessary to totally remove the front screw (in the end of the cylinder piston) if I remember correctly. Then, cut the wheel all the way,remove that cylinder and then turn the wheel all the way to the other side and get the remaining cylinder out. For some reason, I had less difficulty re-installing them, then I did removing them.

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Tohio

09-30-2009 14:20:10




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 Re: 430 case p.s. cylinder in reply to Kirk-Tx, 09-30-2009 04:46:08  
beleive it or not it can be done.I jacked front up .turned wheels to one side to get one out turned other way to get the other out .took adjusting screw all the way out .I had to loosen center steering arm assembly pried down on one side got them out new one in.not a one man job .this was the second time first time I dropped front off tractor



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JHeitkemper

09-30-2009 09:03:03




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 Re: 430 case p.s. cylinder in reply to Kirk-Tx, 09-30-2009 04:46:08  
You should be able to get them Out ,,, have the same problem on my 430 ...Gonna wait til winter and pull the Whole axle out Like we did DAds 430...A little severe ,, but By golly You can then get it apart ....



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ChevCase

09-30-2009 06:44:04




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 Re: 430 case p.s. cylinder in reply to Kirk-Tx, 09-30-2009 04:46:08  
If I understand your question correctly, you have to have wheels turned all the way in one direction to get clearance to get each cylinder out.



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