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Case 1530 skidloader #975 01/10/2020 03:10 PM
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This is what I need to get running to help around the place. My New Hollands are a bit big for a lot of lighter work, plus this one don't have a top on it. Makes it easier for me to crawl on it. Don't plan on lifting anything high or heavy. just light pushing around and carrying stuff down low.
Right now I need the loader cylinder kits to redo the lift and bucket cylinders. I am having trouble with Case, as they kinda dis-own this model. the only thing they show is the 1530-B model, its a different animal.
Ideas and info are needed! Thanks!

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Re: Case 1530 skidloader [Re: sonny] #979 01/11/2020 09:01 AM
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It might be time to go to a hydraulic supply place and see if they can mix and match individual seals?

Re: Case 1530 skidloader [Re: sonny] #984 01/11/2020 12:31 PM
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There might be 2 places that would be possibilities and IF I recover from this dang surgery enough that I can travel I will check them out. Might have to take one cylinder apart and take it with me so they can see what's in them. All 4 take the same kit.
One guy says it's not really Case!--He says it was made by uniloader company in Iowa and Case bought them out! --THAT'S why Case don't claim this one!


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Re: Case 1530 skidloader [Re: sonny] #989 01/11/2020 11:11 PM
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I rebuilt the rams on my bucket truck all from tearing them down Taking measurements and ordering what I needed on line. I couldn't find any info on my boom so I didn't have any other options. That boom extension cylinder has a 10' stroke. that was a PAIN..but Hydraulics & Pneumatics is what I did for most of my time in the Navy. of course those cylinders, accumulators and pumps were a lot bigger than our stuff, most of your seals are probably quad rings with nylon backing rings and Maybe some fiber sleeves of some sort to aid in reducing wear on the seals. I would only expect to see a cup type seal on a single acting cylinder.


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Re: Case 1530 skidloader [Re: sonny] #991 01/12/2020 11:20 AM
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All of these cylinders are double acting. ---power in both directions. When I did my Case 580ck backhoe cylinders, they had a lot of plastic rings in them. From what I see in the parts book, this one has the same set-up.
Case had a very bad habit of making stuff .010 undersized so standard stuff don't fit!


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Re: Case 1530 skidloader [Re: sonny] #993 01/12/2020 12:41 PM
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That was what I was dealing with on the bucket truck cylinder. I'll see if can find the site I ordered my stuff from. They have all kinds of odd sized stuff.


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Re: Case 1530 skidloader [Re: sonny] #995 01/16/2020 06:10 PM
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Baum Hydraulics Omaha,Nebraska..www.baumhydraulics.com 1-800-228-9222 if they don't have it you ain't gettin it

Re: Case 1530 skidloader [Re: sonny] #996 01/17/2020 04:17 PM
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Hmmm that sounds about right


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Re: Case 1530 skidloader [Re: sonny] #997 01/18/2020 10:11 AM
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Will have to call them as I am sure Case won't get me any parts for this one.


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Re: Case 1530 skidloader [Re: sonny] #998 01/18/2020 04:15 PM
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you may have to resort to sizing up the orings,seals and wipers by size alone. If its a simple double acting cylinder like I think it is,Baum should be able to help you.Good people there that know hydraulics.Ask 'em to send you a copy of the 1in thick 'Redbook'-its their catalog of hydraulics parts and everything else they have..Otherwise you might have to replace the cyls with something else close to what was original..maybe cut end mountings off the old cyls and reweld onto new cylinders from surplus center for example. Hope this doesnt snowball on ya Sonny.

Another one is Messick's.com,they have some parts listings for the 1530,with hydraulic parts listed.Looks like a cylinder kit for the lift cylinders is 99.00ea,but check for content and compatibility.

Re: Case 1530 skidloader [Re: sonny] #999 01/19/2020 12:06 PM
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I am still trying to figure what the differences is between 1530 and 1530-B. ---I get conflicting stories! --I did hope cylinders were the same. -- Later Case went to 2.5 cylinders with smaller rod but I can't find the model they changed that on.
I did consider the new cylinder idea, but cost would probably not be in my budget. Still looking !


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Re: Case 1530 skidloader [Re: sonny] #1001 01/20/2020 07:59 AM
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looks like this could be a good wintertime shop job. -from what I could find the Case 1530 is like from 1971-1976 era. They had a lot of commonality on the hydraulic cylinders, many of the base mounts look the same.Is it just the gland seals that are bad sonny? are the rods pitted as well? if its both then maybe a total cylinder replacement might be the easier way to go,along with that you get new cylinder durability and reliability for quite some time. I do understand that everyone has a budget too. I had used cylinders on my mini articulated loader when I first built it,they only lasted a year or so then blew the gland seals..replaced with Surplus Center cylinders and its been good since. Check out the Messicks link above for the lift cyl kits, you might find what u need there

-I have noticed the price of S/C cylinders has risen in the past year or so, plus now UPS and Fedex has the $25 extra charge for heavy packages,you know ANY cylinder you order will have that applied...something to think about for sure next time u order FWIW.

Case 1530 tilt cylinder rebuild kit $27.99,free shipping. Case P/N G105502 1-1/2"rod,3"bore 'tractorpartsasap' on ebay,
item number 132626345781..put that # into the search block on top and it'l pull it up


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