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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I think the john deere place will have that on their computer. There are 4 bolts that hold the seat to the risers, but i usually first unbolt the risers from the floor - 4 bolts, and the 2 seat belt bolts. I would imagine that the cylinder is worn out & won't keep the seat up. These things arent very complicated, but kinda heavy when you remove them from the machine past the fender/ cowl assy. Also make sure the adjustments are clean and maybe oiled a little when they are reassembled as they are frequently a mudball or frozen from sitting out in the rain. Hope this helps, Rick
Posted on May 05, 2009
Yes you can remove the kingpin using heat there is a press that you can get to remove it but take the tire off support the end of the axle on some good hardwood blocks about 12" off the ground, remove all keepers and cotterpins if used and heat the spindle part of the axle, using a sledge hammer and a round piece of hardened steel just under the diameter of the kingpin drive the kingpin out the bottom of the axle after applying heat to loosen the fit, repeat the heat if the pin starts to be stubborn. Hope This Helps Don
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
SOURCE: clutch slipping adjust
you have a 580 ck backhoe and a red box so I am not as to what the red box is referring to . As far as the case backhoe I believe the 580 ck is a hydromagnit and is a 1985 to 88 vintage there are two linkages on one side to do quick turns you can stop a wheel and turn that direction while turning the steering wheel to the same direction but this is a brake adjustment the two pedals on lets say passenger side for clarity or left side looking from the from has two pedals the one on the far right is the pedal for right side and the one on the left side is for the left brake, on the oppsite side of the machine you have a foot pedal that disengages the transmission by pushing down on the pedal and there are adjustments to that pedal as well you can shorten the Travel of the pedal by loosening the locking nut and then turning the clevis's after you have removed the cotter pin and the clevis pin then you can shorten or lengthen it's travel to change it. From off the top of my head I believe the most common problem with these backhoes was the clevis pin rod would get bent or the clevis pin would wear out and cause slipping from the transmission, but it is not a clutch per Se it is an actuating rod that engages the tork converter There is also a valve on the back of the transmission that is electrically engaged that comes loose that would cause it to slip. so after checking that the clevis pin rod is straight then check that the differential has oil in it and also the transmission has oil in it if either are low in oil it can cause it to slip so check that too. there is the possibility that the forward and reverse handle may be out of adjustment and or worn causing it not to work but you will have to go step by step, check fluid levels also have you changed the transmission oil filter? this can cause it to slip as well. good luck finding out your problem check the top transmission oil level too if you have not done so as this could cause you problems as well. if you need any more information just post to this answer and I will try to help you as much as I can but your better off buying a book on it to figure your problem out if your don't know anything about this tractor.
Posted on Apr 10, 2010
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