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Ron in MI

08-25-2011 15:09:13

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Diff. lock was froze so I took it off, disassembled and lubed it. Got it real loose but when I put it back on the pedal just turns on the shaft. Is there something besides the spring and collar that cause the shaft to turn? Seems like it should be pinned or something. 530 is ser # 8303746...don't know how to post a diagram but it's on the case site.

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08-25-2011 17:38:45

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 Re: 530 diff. lock in reply to Ron in MI, 08-25-2011 15:09:13  
Ron , Go to the CNH web site and it shows you the brake down of the diff. lock. I use this quit a bit and works well to see were parts go.

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Case Nutty 1660

08-25-2011 16:22:03

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 Re: 530 diff. lock in reply to Ron in MI, 08-25-2011 15:09:13  
should have a long roll pin to turn the shaft

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Ron in MI

08-26-2011 11:37:56

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 Re: 530 diff. lock in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-25-2011 16:22:03  
Been to the CNH site and looked at the diagrams. Looks like it"s all assembled correctly. There is nothing that pins the pedal to the shaft....only a pin on the end going through the collar. The pedal is connected to the collar with only the spring. Wish I could figure how to post the diagram....

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Case Nutty 1660

08-26-2011 15:01:00

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 Re: 530 diff. lock in reply to Ron in MI, 08-26-2011 11:37:56  
the pin just catchs the pedal and turns the shaft, does not hold it on cnt

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