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1962 Case 530

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Richard Andrews

02-28-2010 05:31:42

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I recently got a 1962 Case 530 loader,I went to use it yesterday and the right rear wheel is locked up.Any ideas,Left side works fine

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tom stanley

02-28-2010 06:34:18

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 Re: 1962 Case 530 in reply to Richard Andrews, 02-28-2010 05:31:42  
the brake has gotten moisture in it you need to take it apart and repairs should be as simple as clean up also check your rear end fluid make sure water is not present their also as a shifter boot or top cover gasket leak will cause this also good luck Tom

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Richard Andrews

02-28-2010 06:38:58

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 Re: 1962 Case 530 in reply to tom stanley, 02-28-2010 06:34:18  
Thanks,its very possble,I was moving snow last weekend before it was parked in the garage which isn't heated.Thanks again

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curtis larson

02-28-2010 06:32:12

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 Re: 1962 Case 530 in reply to Richard Andrews, 02-28-2010 05:31:42  
The ball ramps are rusty in the brakes. Cheap fix. Also check the cross shaft for the clutch.It needs lub. This can be done from the out side. When you push the clutch some times it will apply the left brake. But the total lock up is most likely from rust.

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Richard Andrews

02-28-2010 06:44:32

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 Re: 1962 Case 530 in reply to curtis larson, 02-28-2010 06:32:12  
Thanks,I was moving snow last weekend before I parked it,its very possible.Thanks Again

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