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Ralph King

11-04-2010 06:57:10




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I have a Case 530 Diesel farm tractor, triple range, Draft-O-Matic, with the 1/2 inch locking pin on the drive axle. I am restoring brakes on the tractor, and need to see how the pedal return springs attach to the pedals, and the frame of the tractor. It appears the left brake pedal spring is on the left side, and the right brake pedal spring is on the right side. My parts books is less than clear on how these springs attach to the frame of the tractor. I have ordered the shop manual, and have not received it as of 4 November 2010. I don't know if it will help either. Does anyone have a working 530 and can take and send me some pictures of the brake pedal spring hook-ups? king32536@cox.net

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mEl

11-05-2010 04:09:29




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 Re: Case 530 Diesel farm tractor in reply to Ralph King, 11-04-2010 06:57:10  
The springs hook in the small holes in the shaft lever where the adusting nuts are and to the small holes in the floorboard brackets. mEl



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Ralph King

11-05-2010 07:15:30




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 Re: Case 530 Diesel farm tractor in reply to mEl, 11-05-2010 04:09:29  
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Thank you! I found the small holes in the floorboard brackets, and thought that might be where the springs attach. I have ordered the two missing springs, and will attempt to connect them when they arrive.



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JGarner

11-05-2010 07:56:40




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 Re: Case 530 Diesel farm tractor in reply to Ralph King, 11-05-2010 07:15:30  
Ralf, eat your Wheaties before you try to stretch those springs in place. I replaced a brake pedal on my 630.

The spring was easier to get off than back on. I clamped the largest Vice Grip pliers I had on the straight part of the spring behind the hook and pulled it in place. Use the outer most end of the pliers to avoid introducing stress notches in the spring which could promote a brittle failure of the spring over time.

Jim

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