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Case 580E Stabilzer pin removal

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Handiman
Join Date: May 2015
Posts: 22 Mantua, NEW Jersey
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2015-06-05          192895


After much trial and error the only way to remove a stuck pin is to burn it out using a torch. See the photo. First you have to cut the pin in 2 places to remove the cylinder using an 1/8 inch thick metal cutoff wheel with a skill saw. Then drill 3/8" holes through the 2 remaining sections of the pin. The holes allows the torch to blast away the metal. Even after burning to the edge of the pin I still needed a button hydraulic set between the two flanges to press out the burnt pieces. That tells me Case mfr. don't know engineering, because it shows too little clearance. The replacement pin was ground down .005 before insertion and grease fittings added. Shameful case people that refuse to talk to the people that use their stuff.


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kthompson
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2015-06-10          192923


Reminds me of bucket pin on my mini Volvo. Pin broke and was able to drive out the broken pin but the damaged bushings had to be ground out with carbide bits. Were suppose to be able to drive them out also.
Only thing I can say is very fine steel surfaces that are joined for a while to another fine steel surface they seem to join. Not sure what it is called but it almost seems like the steel is a living item.

Then having worked for major heavy equipment manufacture for a few years it could be the pin was really over size or the bushings undersize of they did not line up as they should have and as we said "if it does not fit, get a bigger hammer" and I honestly saw some shafts there was no way to remove once they were driven in. When we saw such it was normally due to the two bushings not being in perfect alignment but they really do not want any slack in the none rotating part of the shafts either. ....

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