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1970's Case 1370 Agri King

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oakridge

11-18-2009 15:09:04




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I have a mid 70's 1370 Agri King and just under the dash there is a seal that is leaking and when i had it looked at about 2 yoears ago they said i would have to split the tractor to fix this seal that is right in the steering column i was wounder if anyone else has had this prooblem if so easy it fairly easy to fix or if anyone has an idea how to fix the seal i think if you were able to get the sterring column part you would be able to fix it but how hard is it to pull the steering column

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Showcrop

11-19-2009 10:52:31




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 Re: 1970's Case 1370 Agri King in reply to oakridge, 11-18-2009 15:09:04  
I had a 1490 at one time that just after I got it developed a problem with the steering motor. The dealer said that it was very tight tolerances and you had to do the icebox and oven thing to reassemble it. I took it out and took it to them. It turned out to have a crack in one of the major castings so the whole unit had to be replaced.



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B Reimer

11-18-2009 20:01:17




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 Re: 1970's Case 1370 Agri King in reply to oakridge, 11-18-2009 15:09:04  
I did my seal on a 2470 once and didn't think about how it was put together before taking it apart and when I started it up the steering wheel cranked to one side real fast and then I could hear the hyd. system staining on the bypass. Had to take it off and to the dealer to get it timed, so it's not as easy as it looks from the outside.



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gpurrs

11-18-2009 18:41:38




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 Re: 1970's Case 1370 Agri King in reply to oakridge, 11-18-2009 15:09:04  
I did my 1270 many years ago so Idont remember details. I think there is a spiral snap ring that holds the seal in. Lift column out of the way and of the shaft.Remove the snap ring.Turn pump shaft and internal oil pressure will push seal out.I did not remove lines or pump.



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mEl

11-18-2009 15:17:38




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 Re: 1970's Case 1370 Agri King in reply to Don L., 11-18-2009 15:09:04  
If a dealer tells you you have to split the tractor to reseal the handpump I'd run away as fast as I could. Although some work to remove it is do-able and once removed should be taken to a progressive dealer with a reputable shop for repair. they are a precision unit with internal orings and they should be repaired by someone with experience. You don't want someone learning that unit on your dime. mEl

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oakridge

11-18-2009 15:20:44




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 Re: 1970's Case 1370 Agri King in reply to mEl, 11-18-2009 15:17:38  
Well between me my grandfather and dad we all have good knowaladge on tractor and parts



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oakridge

11-18-2009 20:50:29




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 Re: 1970's Case 1370 Agri King in reply to oakridge, 11-18-2009 15:20:44  
I do know my fare share i was asking to make sure cause my grandfather has put a head gasket in it before about 15 years ago and said i didnt need to retighten it once i torqued it down in which any gas or smaller tractor motor ive done a rebuild to i always ran them for 20 mins then shut it off let it sit about an hour and retorqued them but my grand father insitsted that you dont need to retorque them any i used that forum to show him other ppl even say it should be retorqued also i will admit when the one person said walking i was not sure on what they ment but sorta figured the gasket moving up and down. The hand pump seal must have went dry because not running for a while but most work i do is on a case 2090,2290,584,684,4366,and a couple older tractors we barly use and this is the first time ive ever had a chance to work on the 1370 cause its the first time it broken down well ive been fixing tractors.

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dboll

11-18-2009 17:39:35




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 Re: 1970's Case 1370 Agri King in reply to oakridge, 11-18-2009 15:20:44  
four days ago you didn't know jack about a head gasket now your going to work on a hand pump, I'd heed mEL's advice.



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oakridge

11-18-2009 16:15:39




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 Re: 1970's Case 1370 Agri King in reply to oakridge, 11-18-2009 15:20:44  
Can some one Please give me an idea on how to remove it to replace this seal or even where i have to start. THank you very much



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mEl

11-18-2009 15:42:29




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 Re: 1970's Case 1370 Agri King in reply to oakridge, 11-18-2009 15:20:44  
good luck then. mEl



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oakridge

11-18-2009 15:49:23




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 Re: 1970's Case 1370 Agri King in reply to mEl, 11-18-2009 15:42:29  
i mean to rebuild it not to be rude to you i did not mean it in that way what you have told is much apperciated how thank you



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JGarner

11-20-2009 09:43:51




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 Re: 1970's Case 1370 Agri King in reply to oakridge, 11-18-2009 15:49:23  
If you mean to do this yourself come h__l or high water then go ahead and disregard valuable advice from someone who has been working on Case tractors longer that you have been around I would guess. Mel has been a factory trained, authorized mechanic for Case since 1962!!

No offense but sounds like you, your Dad and Grandfather know everything there is to know about tractors and don't need any advise so why post here and then get all POed when you don't hear what you think you already know. If I were you I would take Mel's advice, it will probably save you money in the long run, you read some of the other posts about trying to do it them selves. If you try this and reassemble it wrong and/or damage the unit I am betting you will pay through the nose at a good Case shop to fix your mistakes when you finally give up and take it in.

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