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09-13-2012 12:41:38

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Hi guys i have a case 580ck that keeps loosing trans fluid from the breather on top the rearend. As soon as you start it and the 3 point lifts it pushes fluid out the vent and slowly the whole time you are using it untill it runs low and the machine starts trans slip. it has shuttle shift and it works and pushes great as long as it is not low on trans fluid! i think it is a 1969. Any ideas?? Thanks Travis/ Ohio

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Case Nutty 1660

09-13-2012 12:44:48

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 Re: case 580ck in reply to case580, 09-13-2012 12:41:38  
the seals are bad in the 3pt rock shaft, if you keep running it low on oil enough to loose trans push power you will take out the shuttle clutches cnt

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09-13-2012 18:17:34

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 Re: case 580ck in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 09-13-2012 12:44:48  
any info on what i need to do to correct the prob like some pics of where i need to taer into and what parts i need?? Thanks

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Case Nutty 1660

09-13-2012 19:08:45

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 Re: case 580ck in reply to case580, 09-13-2012 18:17:34  
I will scan the parts book break down in the morning and post for you, you will need to remove the axle top cover that has the 3pt rockshaft to gain acess to the piston/seals cnt

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09-13-2012 19:37:38

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 Re: case 580ck in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 09-13-2012 19:08:45  
I really appreciate what you are doing here for me. I don't know much about this tractor but i am sure i can do the work with the help you have offered. I do work on lots of other things and do well.I will check for the info tomm after work Thanks again

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Case Nutty 1660

09-14-2012 11:39:25

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 Re: case 580ck in reply to case580, 09-13-2012 19:37:38  
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these should tell you what you need let me know if you need any other scans, if you want these sent to you let me know cnt

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09-19-2012 12:45:35

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 Re: case 580ck in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 09-14-2012 11:39:25  
Thank you very much. I am sorry i have not thanked you sooner i have been really busy with my sons sports and just life. Have you ever had this same thing happen to you on one of these machines?

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