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Case Owner

08-22-2012 06:29:10




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can anyone help with instructions on replacing the seat springs (left and right) on a case 430 tractor. I have the seat pan off, but I didn't want to start pulling the other parts off and end up making the job much harder.




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Joe Young

08-22-2012 06:56:30




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 Re: case 430 tractor spring in reply to Case Owner, 08-22-2012 06:29:10  
There are 10 roll pins that hold the assembly together:

- 2 hold the springs to the "C" shaped shafts

- 4 hold the "C" shaped shafts and the base shafts to the connector assembly (where the base shafts mate with the C shafts)

- 2 smaller roll pins (sometimes they have been replaced with cotter pins) hold the arm in place that connects the two springs.

- 2 smaller roll pins that hold the adjustment rod studs to the springs.

In my experience the two large roll pins that hold the springs in place on the "C" shafts are usually the toughest to remove. They are the only ones i've found seized and they are not in an ideal location to press out....

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