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530 with loader

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Nick167

01-02-2015 13:55:43




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Where do you put fluid in for the loader on a 530 with I think a 380 loader how much fluid and what kind also thanks




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Nick167

01-03-2015 04:22:39




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 Re: 530 with loader in reply to desert eagle, 01-02-2015 13:55:43  
Your right Loren I'll get a couple pics on here and I have the manual for the loader I will get that out and see what model it is



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Adirondack case guy

01-02-2015 18:48:02




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 Re: 530 with loader in reply to Nick167, 01-02-2015 13:55:43  
Nick, you have been on here long enough to be able to post pics. We could answer all your questions, much easier, if you post pics. We certainly welcome and encourage young guys such as yourself, but your posts have been vauge, and lacking in detail for any of us to give you the answer you really need.
Us old guys just need a pic and more details.
Case didn't make a 380 loader, so what brand or posable other model is it? Pic !!!
Loren

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1031D

01-02-2015 20:27:59




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 Re: 530 with loader in reply to Adirondack case guy, 01-02-2015 18:48:02  
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I have a 390 for my 530. 290 has one bucket ram and 390 has 2. Uses tractor hydraulic sump.



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Nick167

01-02-2015 18:17:33




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 Re: 530 with loader in reply to 1370 pwr in ne, 01-02-2015 13:55:43  
My hoses connect at the same place the remotes do I think the 3pt is on the same pump because if the 3pt is raising the loader will move until the 3pt is done moving



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Jahaze

01-02-2015 18:08:06




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 Re: 530 with loader in reply to Nick167, 01-02-2015 13:55:43  
On my 430 ck, the fluid goes in the loader frame itself, the fluid goes in the top on either the left or right side. Where do your hoses connect?



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Nick167

01-02-2015 17:59:34




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 Re: 530 with loader in reply to 1370rod, 01-02-2015 13:55:43  
This one doesn't have the hand clutch its a later one I think it is draft-o-matic if that helps thank you



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700KK

01-02-2015 17:18:38




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 Re: 530 with loader in reply to Nick167, 01-02-2015 13:55:43  
Seating on tractor left hand side by hand clutch handle base there is a dip stick/plug that you can screw out with a wrench to check .



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