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  1. #1
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    Case 580c

    Default Case 580c stabilizer arm removal

    Can anyone tell me the best way to remove the bushings holding the stabilizer ams in? Pin out, appears to be 2-3 bushing/sleeves that won't budge...

    Many thanks.

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    Western PA
    John Deere 5083E MFWD, Kubota L3400 HST

    Default Re: Case 580c stabilizer arm removal

    your talking about the out rigger for the backhoe correct? An old trick if you arne't trying to salvage the bushings is to run a bead of weld on the inside on them causing them to shrink with the weld. If the pin is still in place, you can try heating the outside up with a torch. A sledge or slide sledge would be the next bet im assuming.

    Can you post up a picture to try and explain things better?
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