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02-20-2011 15:14:27

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hello to all. here is my story. I own a 1960 530 with a model 31 loader and hoe. COM 188 diesel. the transmission to axle houseing studs came loose from the left hand side 2 years ago. this caused a crack in the houseing of the tranny case diagonally all along the side. I helicoiled the holes and now the axle houseing is holding it together. I can't relly keep fluid in it due to the crack. so i traded a guy for a 1969 case 530 ag tractor. standard clutch triple range 188 diesel. I planned on useing the tranny out of it since it looked to be in rough shape. it has definatley led a very hard life. well I get to working on it and straightend out the tin and get tires on it and and all that jazz and start loveing it. 3point hitch... live power... narrow front end. everything the backhoe is not and will never be. so much for useing the tranny. so last week i bougt another tractor. it is a 540 case utility tractor with loader.no hoe or pto or hitch. it had the 159 gas engine that is supposedly on it's last legs and was burning a lot of oil when they parked it 3 years ago. going to get it this week and put it out back with the collection. hopefully to start swapping parts next winter. (unless the tractors have a different maintence schedule in mind) I have some technical questions and thougth i would join and stop lurking.

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02-20-2011 16:06:49

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 Re: new guy from pa in reply to gusbratz, 02-20-2011 15:14:27  
I am also pretty new to the forum. welcome aboard. these guys have a lot of usefull info.

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02-20-2011 15:19:30

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 Re: new guy from pa in reply to gusbratz, 02-20-2011 15:14:27  
lurkers are creepy! good that you started to participate!!!lol

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