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CASE 580CK ? C ? B ? identification help :)

Discussion in 'Tractor/Loader/Backhoes' started by Bajtec, Sep 4, 2020.

  1. Bajtec

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    Looking through case 580 ck manual I got strong impression that my backhoe loader is not 580 C .. i don't have separate oil pan for reverse clutch and it seems my transmission has only 3 gears. Is it B series ? anyone have manual for those ? :)

    engine is also 188D instead of mentioned 207
     
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    From your photos I'd say you have a 580CK. The rounded edges on the radiator frame and rearward over the fuel tank are indicative of the 580CK. Also your floor boards do not cover over the gear shift plates.
     
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    Thank you @Cbait580b , so it seems i have somewhat earlier model of 580ck with 188d engine ? it seems engine is from earliest versions.
    this is how engine top looks right now :
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    i reworked air filter as original was clumsy and required oil to function. New one is for 3.0 v6 engine so it should be more than enough for this one.
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    this is charger unit with rev cable atatched.. It is badly mounted as it was not from this engine originaly. I'm considering swap for modern unit.
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    I completely rebuilt electrical system as existing was devastated and barely functional.
     
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    going through Case 580CK Series C Service Manual.pdf indicates that my machine has nothing to do with what is described. Can you direct me at proper ODF or i really do have different version ? is CK = C ?
     
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    All 580's are CK's.
    In 1966 they came out as 580CK's and continued them until 1971.
    580CK series B came out in 1971 and were made to 1976.
    The 580CK series C came out in 1975.
    Bajtec; it does look like you have a 580CK.
    Can you find the serial number on it ? That will identify what it is for sure.
     
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    Unfortunately Almost all labels has been removed except engine. I'm not sure to what end, but i do have one french looking loose plate that looks like this : [type 33 ,and number 3760353]

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    How about the injection pump name plate.??
    U get me those # & I’ll tell ya whatcha got..
     
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    Where was that id plate mounted ?
    Case made #33 loaders and also #33 backhoes.