Do you own a J.I. Case farm tractor? If so, you know just how valuable this piece of equipment is. That's why it's so important to learn how to maintain and repair it yourself. You'll find that you can save tons of time and money when you use this J.I. Case repair manual to keep your tractor running smoothly. Because it walks you through all the details step by step, it's easy to stay focused on even the most complicated repair projects. In addition, you can pick up a few tips on troubleshooting pesky problems and keeping up with a regular maintenance schedule for your J.I. Case tractor.
There are countless features that make this repair manual an especially great one. First, it includes dozens of detailed illustrations with exploded views so you can see exactly what you need to do for each type of repair. Plus, you'll get condensed service data information and a detailed index. All this is provided in a concise, easy-to-use format made with durable, coated paper that can stand up to those messy shop jobs. The following J.I. Case models are covered by this detailed repair manual:
- J.I. Case 500
- J.I. Case 600
- J.I. Case 900B
- J.I. Case 730
- J.I. Case 830
- J.I. Case 930
- J.I. Case 1030
- J.I. Case 430
- J.I. Case 440
- J.I. Case 470
- J.I. Case 530
- J.I. Case 540
- J.I. Case 570
- J.I. Case 630
- J.I. Case 640
Note: This tractor repair manual includes wiring diagrams for 730, 830, 930 and 1030 models only.
Book Excerpt: JI Case Repair Manual 500, 600, 900B, 730, 830, 930, 1030, 430, 440, 470, 530, 540, 570, 630, 640
TRACTION (ENGINE) CLUTCH: ALL MODELS
The traction (engine) clutch mounted on the engine flywheel is a lever operated, over-center, wet type. Approximately one quart of oil, bled in by an oil relief hole in the PTO Drive Gear and Sleeve Assembly, is maintained in the clutch housing.
REAR AXLE AND DRIVE CHAINS: SERIES 500-600-900B
For information pertaining to the clutch used in the constant running pto assembly, refer to paragraphs 451 through 453D.
440. ADJUST DRIVE CHAINS. To adjust the final drive chains on tractors without a power take-off unit, first remove the cover from the rear face of the transmission housing then proceed as outlined in paragraph 440B.
440A. To adjust final drive chains on tractors equipped with the continuous type power take-off, proceed as follows:
Remove seat from seat support and engage the pto clutch. Drain oil from the clutch housing, transmission and hydraulic sump assembly.
Remove the acorn nut from pressure relief valve (Fig. C401). Also remove the relief valve spring and the pto clutch throwout yoke as shown, being careful not to lose the keys.
Remove stub shaft bearing carrier cap screws. Install temporary stud pins as shown in Fig. C402 and slide retainer, stub shaft and clutch plates off of sump housing as shown.
Subject: JI Case farm tractor service, maintenance, repair. ISBN-10: 0872883744 | ISBN-13: 9780872883741 | I&T C202