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Bryan iniowa

09-29-2010 05:38:04




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My new toy . Starts runs ,drives ! Something unusal when I buy something . Needs few things fixed up . 3pt does not work ,not sure whats going on there ? High range does not work ,pops out ,low is fine. No PTO ,can one be added ? Also front wheel studs on one wheel are broken off, been replaced with bolts. Need to get studs back in . Needs some front tires and rears need weights or filled with something . All in all I like it ! Spent lot of time on one when I was a kid on Grandpa's farm . Got a whole $500 in it so got room to spend lil on it . Anythign else I should look into on it ?

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Old Magnet

09-30-2010 08:56:27




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 Re: CK530 in reply to Bryan iniowa, 09-29-2010 05:38:04  
Got one of those with hoe. Absolutely worthless as a loader without hoe or counterweight on rear.
PTO can be added if you can find a parts donner.



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Bryan in iowa

09-30-2010 19:32:25




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 Re: CK530 in reply to Old Magnet, 09-30-2010 08:56:27  
I wish it had a hoe . I do have a big weight bucket that the 3 pt can hook up to



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John Saeli

09-30-2010 08:23:39




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 Re: CK530 in reply to Bryan iniowa, 09-29-2010 05:38:04  
Check the fluid in the Range Housing before you do too much with it. The 3 PT might not be working because of too low a fluid level.



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