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My Case 580C Rehab.

Discussion in 'Tractor/Loader/Backhoes' started by JDT4430, Jan 19, 2021.

  1. Mr580backhoe!

    Mr580backhoe! Active Member

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    I have a case 580c and when I bought it the steering valve was leaking. I did some research and was able to by all the seals to rebuild it with. It’s fairly straight forward rebuild the biggest pain was taking the valve out and putting it back in. 3B0B0E15-98EA-4212-A4DB-2BB88C0DBB1E.jpeg D70C51E0-6CC4-4ECE-801E-B9F1A50A2688.jpeg 8702D002-C0CA-4D60-8A3B-43C8C4FBFA1F.jpeg
     
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  2. stinky64

    stinky64 Senior Member

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    Yep, the rear seal in the shuttle can be replaced w/o removing anything just like any other trans...Hey Mr580, are you still privy to those research parts numbers for the valve? If so hook a brother up or at least where ya got the parts:D
     
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  3. Mr580backhoe!

    Mr580backhoe! Active Member

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    I actually happen to have a original case 580c service manual and in the back it has a parts catalog. So what i did was took down the part number i needed and then googled them. In the included pictures you’ll see I’ve circled the seals that I ordered to fix mine with. E716D400-7A2A-4F99-8234-C21A5825FAD3.jpeg DC5AB990-45A5-4DFE-9B2D-D24D14D52208.jpeg
     
  4. stinky64

    stinky64 Senior Member

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    Just thought maybe you could point the guy in the right direction...That is what this forum is all about, right?