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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Old Case 580CK for farm backhoe

    Thanks I'll be ordering that soon. Just got her unloaded. First backhoe newbie question -- where is the serial number plate these units. Want to verify I"m getting the right manual.




    Quote Originally Posted by jinman View Post
    I agree completely, and here is a complete service manual for the 580CKdownloadable from Tradebit for $19.99. These downloads are exactly what they are advertised. I downloaded one for my New Holland LB75B and could not be happier.

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    Default Re: Old Case 580CK for farm backhoe

    looks like your going to be busy, it'll probably out work you

  3. #13
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    JD 3520, '71 Case 580CK TLB

    Default Re: Old Case 580CK for farm backhoe

    What is the maximum hydraulic pressure on the 580CK? Need to replace one hose and wondering if the 3/4" line rated at 2250 psi from tractor supply is strong enough.

    Having download issues with the service manual now, so can not lookup yet.

  4. #14
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    JD2320 w/R4 $21,100 w/7.16%off

    Default Re: Old Case 580CK for farm backhoe

    And just to make your life more complicated, here's another source for a service manual
    Case 580CK Loader Backhoe Operators Manual NewOldManuals.com - Backhoe Service Manuals
    Eastern PA -JD2320 w/R4; 200CX w/61" bucket & Markham toothbar or JD adj forks; 46BH w/16", Imatch, ballast box & York rake-blade-scarifer, 54" front plow and trailer receiver. Case 580K w/fel+bh, mule 610XC

  5. #15
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    JD 3520, '71 Case 580CK TLB

    Default Re: Old Case 580CK for farm backhoe

    Thanks for another link -- I bought the one from the link jinman posted, but it has timed out twice while attempting to download and they only give you 5 chances. Need to try again with a faster download link.



    Quote Originally Posted by ragkar View Post
    And just to make your life more complicated, here's another source for a service manual
    Case 580CK Loader Backhoe Operators Manual NewOldManuals.com - Backhoe Service Manuals

  6. #16
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    Default Re: Old Case 580CK for farm backhoe

    With the front ended lifted like in the pic check for play in the front spindle bearings. They get pounded during backhoe use & are easier to fix before they are completely shot. I have 580 CK with manual extend-a-hoe & it's a real digging machine on both ends. Don't get carried away with hose changing, wait till they break. I've still got several original hoses. I have parts & shop manuals but find most part numbers have changed but parts are still available. Don't try to get cylinder seals until disassembly as there's many variables. Take old seals to dealer or hydraulic shop & they'll get you a match but won't usually know what you need from part numbers.
    That's a good price, at least for around here. I wouldn't sell mine for less than $5k. MikeD74t

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    Default Re: Old Case 580CK for farm backhoe

    Here is a handy link too.
    CASE

    Select "parts and service" in the top menu, and navigate through to where you enter your model number. Exploded views of your complete unit, location of serial numbers on your machine, etc.

    If you want to search online for parts, copy and paste the part number, and Google it.

    Also, if you need brake parts, these guys are tough to beat. For now, you will need to call for pricing, and ordering.. They are in the process of setting up and online storefront. It is well worth calling for the pricing, and ordering.

    I guess it's lucky for me they are located here in Ohio. If I order parts before 10:00 a.m., they are at my door the next day.

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  8. #18
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    Default Re: Old Case 580CK for farm backhoe

    I replaced the one leaking hose today and added hydraulic fluid. Went out and did some trial digging. First thing I noticed is I suck at it... I saw another hose leak on the bucket curl. I blew a hose on one of the outriggers. Guess I tried to take a little to big of bite . I'm going to be come very good friends with the guy at the hydraulic shop I think.

    Ok-- now something that surprised me. The hour meter works. 2447.9 hours on the machine now. If that is truly the hours -- that is amazing for a 40 year old machine.

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    Default Re: Old Case 580CK for farm backhoe

    Probably 12447.9 hours. I don't think that it shows tens of thousands of hours, I know that mine didn't.
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    Default Re: Old Case 580CK for farm backhoe

    Did you find the serial number? In my 580K manual they picture nine different locations. I.e. for the unit, rops, transmission, engine, bucket etc.
    The one that you want is on the horizontal door sill. Just open the door to see it. Unfortunately the operator manual doesn't say whether it's the driver door or the passengers.
    Eastern PA -JD2320 w/R4; 200CX w/61" bucket & Markham toothbar or JD adj forks; 46BH w/16", Imatch, ballast box & York rake-blade-scarifer, 54" front plow and trailer receiver. Case 580K w/fel+bh, mule 610XC

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