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09-13-2011 16:43:02

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Would like to ask some questions on a Case 530CK loader hoe with a torque. Mainly, just check it out questions. Looking at one to buy. What do I need to look at as far as the strength or condition of the COM. What are some checks to do? The guy says it has dual range with a 4 speed trans. Says "Torque Converter" on the hood decal. Email is open or post here. Any help would be appreciated.

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Adam Todorski

09-17-2011 16:36:15

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 Re: Case Nutty, 530Ck questions in reply to MasseyHarrisGuy, 09-13-2011 16:43:02  
I owned one of these with a bad torque converter. I was unable to repair it and would personally avoid the TC setup in the future. If I had kept that tractor I was going to find a parts tractor with a normal clutch transmission and convert it.

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Case Nutty 1660

09-18-2011 05:30:57

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 Re: Case Nutty, 530Ck questions in reply to Adam Todorski, 09-17-2011 16:36:15  
sorry to hear of your troubles Adam, the COM was and is a very tough tranny and very useful but could be hurt if run low on oil, we sold train car loads of them back in the day, out of the thousand or so 580;s we sold we never sold one with the std tranny, I have seen them we just never went any other way than the converter drive cnt

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Case Nutty 1660

09-13-2011 18:02:44

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 Re: Case Nutty, 530Ck questions in reply to MasseyHarrisGuy, 09-13-2011 16:43:02  
sent you a e-mail cnt

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