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Case 530

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Richard Andrews

12-30-2010 14:58:10

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In all this snow one of my rear wheels is locked up.Someone told me last year that water got in the brakes,not sure where to dry if thats it.

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01-09-2011 15:32:29

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 Re: Case 530 in reply to steve in wi, 12-30-2010 14:58:10  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see The cylinder uses a V cup seal which is readily available in a kit to service the whole cylinder. These kits are not very expensive and it would be foolish to try to skimp on the job. Call your local Case dealer as in my opinion the Case kits are of better quality than some aftermarkets are. mEl

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01-04-2011 13:24:29

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 Re: Case 530 in reply to Richard Andrews, 12-30-2010 14:58:10  
Don't forget with disk brakes if the oil seal is leaking your brakes could get sticky and lock up too especially when cold, this is happening on are 970 spraying tractor

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01-05-2011 12:28:34

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 Re: Case 530 in reply to Boomer, 01-04-2011 13:24:29  
Its not a problem thats what discussion boards are for

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Richard Andrews

01-04-2011 14:39:46

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 Re: Case 530 in reply to Boomer, 01-04-2011 13:24:29  
Thanks,thats exactly what it was.

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C. Amick

12-30-2010 17:37:16

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 Re: Case 530 in reply to Richard Andrews, 12-30-2010 14:58:10  
If they are disc brakes, sometimes if the lining is too thin it results in too much space and lets the balls roll too far out of their pockets and they can't go back in, so the brake is locked. Also, the balls get rough from rust build up and don't want to roll. I'm been buying hardened stainless steel balls from McMaster Carr and using thme when I rebuld brakes, so far no problems.

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Adirondack case guy

12-30-2010 16:05:38

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 Re: Case 530 in reply to Richard Andrews, 12-30-2010 14:58:10  
Your 530 could have two types of brakes. First simple disc expansion style, second drumb and shoe accuated expansion discs. The first thing I would try is to ride them a bit to remove any corosion on the discs. If it/they, lock up immediately, try doing it in reverse gear. If this doesn't work I would say you will have to remove and disassemble the brakes and inspect for broken springs and rust.

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j heitkemper

12-30-2010 16:31:37

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 Re: Case 530 in reply to Adirondack case guy, 12-30-2010 16:05:38  
might be a good time to learn.. Guys I have been putting up with my 430 locking the rite brake ever since i got it 5 yrs ago ,, tHE MORE i RUN hER THE LESS PROBLEMS i HAVE , Wet weather makes it Worse , loosening the Brake helped somewhat ,,. never got a-roundTUIT to fix it ,, always change direction if it locks to unlock ,Dont trust that locked s-o-bRAKE for a PaRKING bRAKE !...HAD TO FIX THE FENCE AFTER THE 430 DECIDED TO GO CRUISING WITHOUT ME... I am always careful when holding a load back not to use that brake in hi range .. REALLY needto fix this before someone i love gets on it and takes off OUT OF CONTROL ..

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Richard Andrews

12-30-2010 16:12:31

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 Re: Case 530 in reply to Adirondack case guy, 12-30-2010 16:05:38  
They seem to be locked,the left side is good but the right is locked,they were fine 2 weeks ago,this happened last year during the big snow.Maybe it dosen't like snow

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