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Jim Voyles

01-24-2012 03:35:52




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I am looking for a service manual for a 1945 Case DI. Ordered one from this site, turns out it covers D series, but not DI. Checked with Cnh and they are not available any longer. Anyone have one I can get copies of?




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ACEd

01-24-2012 15:00:42




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 Re: Case DI Service Manual in reply to Jim Voyles, 01-24-2012 03:35:52  
Not sure about Service Manual - but Parts Manual is D257 - I have it but not for sale - if you tell me what you need I can probably scan pages if that is of any help.



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Jim Voyles

01-25-2012 04:25:40




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 Re: Case DI Service Manual in reply to ACEd, 01-24-2012 15:00:42  
Thanks, I have a parts manual but looking for info on the brakes, mainly how to get the shoes out.



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gtski

01-24-2012 06:23:24




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 Re: Case DI Service Manual in reply to Jim Voyles, 01-24-2012 03:35:52  
What service does the machine need? It is a D series with heavier front axle pretty much all service is the same.



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Jim Voyles

01-24-2012 06:31:15




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 Re: Case DI Service Manual in reply to gtski, 01-24-2012 06:23:24  
Rear brakes are entirely different on DI than any other D series



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gtski

01-24-2012 10:50:09




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 Re: Case DI Service Manual in reply to Jim Voyles, 01-24-2012 06:31:15  
Didn't know that. Does the Case/IH show a DI ? I have used them when I didn't have a manual and needed a picture of how things can apart/went together.



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zach81

01-24-2012 18:41:19




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 Re: Case DI Service Manual in reply to gtski, 01-24-2012 10:50:09  
Hey Jim. I have a Di too. I know what you mean about the brakes. I have a service manual from a military Di that might have the info you need. Ill have to check. Haven't been into mine yet but it looks like we are going to have to pull the cast centers to get the drums off at the minimum.



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Jim Voyles

01-25-2012 04:33:09




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 Re: Case DI Service Manual in reply to zach81, 01-24-2012 18:41:19  
Zack, I think I'm going to have to have the brakes relined and figuring how to get the shoes out. Looking at it I'm wondering if they weren't designed to remove from the inside without having to pull the wheels( a job I would not look forward to). Thanks for your reply.



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zach81

01-25-2012 09:33:25




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 Re: Case DI Service Manual in reply to Jim Voyles, 01-25-2012 04:33:09  
Yeah I noticed those little shields on the inside their. Ill try muster up that manual this weekend. No problem. I got a model of alot of the industrial models.



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