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830 Case - roll pin in throttle lever broke

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andy r

10-15-2012 18:27:00




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This is an 830 Case diesel. Not a Comfort King. Narrow front, sort of sit lower between the fenders. Fuel tank in front of the steering wheel. Maybe they called them the "high profile Case-o-matic. Anyway, the roll pin in the throttle lever has broke. So, there is the lever, a friction disk, then another little round casting under the friction disk. The roll pin goes through the lever. All of this fits over maybe a 7/16 round shaft coming from down in front of the gear shift levers right above the transmission. I do see the opening with a spring and locking collar that pull down on the shaft to compress the friction disk. My question is - what is the simplest and fastest way to put the roll pin back in??? Seems like the spring is pulling the rod down and making it a little hard. Thanks. andy

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j hikemper

10-15-2012 19:26:18




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 Re: 830 Case - roll pin in throttle lever broke in reply to andy r, 10-15-2012 18:27:00  
i hate it when that happens ... it is a PIA to fix ,while ,makeing repair a guy could realize simpler ways to originally build the throttle lever ...



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Case Nutty 1660

10-15-2012 18:57:46




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 Re: 830 Case - roll pin in throttle lever broke in reply to andy r, 10-15-2012 18:27:00  
the boys gave great advise but so you know that is a sprial heavy duty roll pin, a standard one usally does not last long, in my tool box I think I have some ones from the dealer ship that were solid for some of the harder moving ones we had out cnt



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DKase

10-15-2012 18:46:28




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 Re: 830 Case - roll pin in throttle lever broke in reply to andy r, 10-15-2012 18:27:00  
Loosen the adjusting nut on the bottom end of the shaft enough to lift the shaft and the roll pin go back in.



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andy r

10-15-2012 18:59:53




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 Re: 830 Case - roll pin in throttle lever broke in reply to DKase, 10-15-2012 18:46:28  
Do you have to take the batteries out to do this??? Are you taking about the "adjusting nut" being that collar I mentioned, or are you entirely at the bottom of the shaft?



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casecollectorsc

10-16-2012 05:17:51




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 Re: 830 Case - roll pin in throttle lever broke in reply to andy r, 10-15-2012 18:59:53  
At the bottom of the shaft, a nut and a locknut. DKase is right, that's the correct way to do it. I grind down a #60 pole barn spike if you can't get a double roll pin. Like Cnt said, a single roll pin won't last long.



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casecollectorsc

10-15-2012 18:44:04




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 Re: 830 Case - roll pin in throttle lever broke in reply to andy r, 10-15-2012 18:27:00  
Vise-grip on the shaft right above the steering column bracket,pry bar it up and put in pin.



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