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Attn:ace schrunck/super c hydralics

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06-07-2002 10:19:35

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its a super c 1952 not that that matters. I have a service manual but it doesn't give specifics on how to take pump out and what precautions to take. just being extra careful...hope u can help...thanks

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06-08-2002 06:24:19

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 Re: attn:ace schrunck/super c hydralics in reply to steve, 06-07-2002 10:19:35  
Steve: I've been off the board for a while but have tried to pick up this thread. Sounds like you're working on the hydraulics on a Super C,... and I'm about 90% of the way through that same overhaul procedure on my own SC. BTW, I've gotten lots of good help from this forum! The o/h on this unit -- unless something is actually broken -- is a straightforward o-rings and seals job. As JDHumm has already directed, the pump itself is up front on the right side and what you see is what you have. Working with the hydraulics unit, though, will probably involve taking it off the tractor and removing it to a workbench. A long workbench. As you've already guessed correctly, most of the work can and will be done from the back end, and the back plate -- called the head -- will have to come off. The valves and other assorted thigamajigs can then be removed for cleaning easy enough. The main pistons will be removed from the back end, too. But the smaller diameter control pistons are better removed and replaced from the front end -- so as not to damage new o-rings sliding them in and out past too many little holes in the side of the cylinders. For that, of course, you have to take off the rockers and the control assemblies. The service manual -- as you've also already discovered -- doesn't give us much help: two or three paragraphs to guide us through the whole procedure! Most important thing is to have plenty of space, plenty of towels, to lay everything out in order as you take it off, and to take notes as you go along. Your local CaseIH dealer can and will be happy to get the overhaul kit for you -- three or four seals and a couple of dozen o-rings. Good luck. RedTed/MO.

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06-08-2002 16:50:09

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 Re: Re: attn:ace schrunck/super c hydralics in reply to RedTed/MO, 06-08-2002 06:24:19  
Case-IH should also be happy to give you a print-out of the exploded view of the hydraulic unit from the parts book, too. This will show you how all of the parts fit together in relation to each other.

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06-08-2002 17:30:06

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 Re: Re: Re: attn:ace schrunck/super c hydralics in reply to K.B., 06-08-2002 16:50:09  
K.B.: Absolutely! I took the drawing to a local copy shop for times-two enlargement, put it in a plastic sleeve to keep the oil off, and tacked it up over the workbench. Thanks for adding that. Steve ought to be good to go. RedTed/MO.

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