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Case 430 Lift Arms Hydraulic Leak

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Travwm

03-15-2020 14:00:53




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I have all bolts removed from rockshaft cover and it won't come off. Any ideas?


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Trav




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Travwm

03-18-2020 05:17:01




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 Re: Case 430 Lift Arms Hydraulic Leak in reply to Travwm, 03-15-2020 14:00:53  
It worked well to take a really small sharp (almost flat and thin) chisel and lift the cover from the corners to loosen it from the locating pins. Then it came off no problem.
Thanks to all for your contributions!

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Joe (Wa)

03-16-2020 10:44:07




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 Re: Case 430 Lift Arms Hydraulic Leak in reply to Travwm, 03-15-2020 14:00:53  
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I agree with Loren, the locator pins are the most likely problem. Do your prying close to the pins, definitely not on the corners of the cover.

Joe



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Joe (Wa)

03-16-2020 10:43:54




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 Re: Case 430 Lift Arms Hydraulic Leak in reply to Travwm, 03-15-2020 14:00:53  
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I agree with Loren, the locator pins are the most likely problem. Do your prying close to the pins, definitely not on the corners of the cover.

Joe



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Adirondack case guy

03-16-2020 09:36:26




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 Re: Case 430 Lift Arms Hydraulic Leak in reply to Travwm, 03-15-2020 14:00:53  
You need to be a bit careful prying the cover loose. There are 2 dowels that center the housing, and if you get too rambunctious you can break the rockshaft housing.-----Loren



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flatpkr

03-15-2020 18:37:33




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 Re: Case 430 Lift Arms Hydraulic Leak in reply to Travwm, 03-15-2020 14:00:53  
If all the bolts are removed and it wonít budge the gasket has it stuck down. Work a screw driver or cold chisel around the joint, or tap with a hammer, it will come loose.
Make sure the 3 point arms are disconnected from the rock shaft. The cover is all one person wants to lift as itís heavy, some kind of lifting devise can come in handy if you donít want to strain yourself.

Jim



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Travwm

03-15-2020 15:38:06




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 Re: Case 430 Lift Arms Hydraulic Leak in reply to Travwm, 03-15-2020 14:00:53  
I have not removed the rockshaft or it's arms but everything else is removed. The cover won't even come loose.

-Trav



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tgrasher

03-16-2020 05:12:22




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 Re: Case 430 Lift Arms Hydraulic Leak in reply to Travwm, 03-15-2020 15:38:06  
Try taking a sharp putty knife (one that will hold up to hammering) and start at the corners to make an opening that a screw driver or low angle chisel can get a start in. It's best if you have some sort of lift/hoist to put a slight pull on it and then to lift off as the cover weighs around 80 lbs but feels like more with the position your lifting at.



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