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01-14-2022 15:52:00

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Thanks everyone that is willing to help.
I am new to owning a tractor and cant say I understand all terminology, so bare with me.

As far as I can tell it is a 1965 model 32 case 530CK

1. Does this tractor have a torque converter? Is this it in the pic?
2. I have looked in every manual I can find, it show a torque filter should be in front of the radiator but its not on this tractor and I don't see any evidence that it ever was. Someone posted this "My 530D the fill is next to the hyd. valve
/filter housing on top of the trans under the dash on brake side. 1 1/2 " plug" Does anyone have a picture, I sure cant find that.

3. When filling the Torque converter with oil can I use the tube breather and not the dipstick. Its so small and will take forever with 4 gallons or so.

4. Is this a dual or triple range tractor, not that I actually understand what that means yet

5. On the shifter, I can only get it to go into 1st and 2nd. 3rd and 4th, don't seem to be there. Is there a trick with the shuttle or should I be able to shift normal to 3rd and 4th? How do you use the shuttle also, is that clutch in push shuttle then change gears? - little lost on procedure.

6. How do I tell if its a Dry or wet clutch

7. I do not see a replaceable air filter location on this model

Thanks again for any
working on shrinking photos for upload

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Joe (Wa)

01-17-2022 10:00:49

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 Re: Case 530 Questions with Pictures in reply to msperano, 01-14-2022 15:52:00  
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No, not hand clutch. Long lever on the left is shuttle.


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01-17-2022 06:40:06

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 Re: Case 530 Questions with Pictures in reply to msperano, 01-14-2022 15:52:00  
Is that a hand clutch tractor?

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01-15-2022 06:04:22

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 Re: Case 530 Questions with Pictures in reply to msperano, 01-14-2022 15:52:00  
It is a dry clutch so nothing about the TC tractors applies, the lever by the picture of the battery is a HI/lo range selector, The air cleaner is a wet cleaner , you remove and clean the bowl above the engine, refill the bowl to level and reinstall. the plug above and in front of the clutch pedal is the level plug for the manual shuttle and dual range box, the large flat big nut between the shifter cover and the rear cover plate is the rear oil level, (90 weight is good for there). Case Hy Tran wouold be the recommended oil for the front and yes it can be filled through the vent tube. BTDT

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