case skidsteer , workshop manuel ?

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case skidsteer , workshop manuel ?

Post #1 by wiggy » Tue Mar 01, 2016 4:53 pm

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few pics of my latest project bought as none runner with engine in bucket , im picking a 2nd hand eng up to moro and hoping to make 1 good 1 out of two

im after a copy of workshop manuel if any one has one

other than eng a few pipes and plates rotted thru it looks a good machine
eng that is with it looks like it has been fitted with new gaskets etc and just never re fitted and is now seised with a few small ancilerys missing ( ovisly a box of bits has gone awal)
the older the plant , the more i like it ,
im dislesik so escuse my spelin gramer
I crushed my spine years ago and im soposed 2 b in a wheel chair
so every day when i wake up and my legs still work is like crimbo day


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Re: case skidsteer , workshop manuel ?

Post #2 by Jeremy Rowland » Wed Mar 02, 2016 8:57 am

Nice project Mark :thumbup: what make of engine does it have in it?

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Re: case skidsteer , workshop manuel ?

Post #3 by wiggy » Wed Mar 02, 2016 9:27 pm

B M C 1.8 diesel
i was going to put a 1.9 peugot in as i have one but it seamed sacralige
im hoping to get a workshop manuel as i nead to no what grade oils etc
regards mark
the older the plant , the more i like it ,
im dislesik so escuse my spelin gramer
I crushed my spine years ago and im soposed 2 b in a wheel chair
so every day when i wake up and my legs still work is like crimbo day


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Re: case skidsteer , workshop manuel ?

Post #4 by Jeremy Rowland » Thu Mar 03, 2016 8:46 am

Mark most oil suppliers would be able to recommend an oil based on the original manufacturers specs. I would not have thought that it would be too much of a problem to get a workshop manual; I think they fitted those BMC engines into the old Sherpa vans so perhaps a manual for one of those might cover what you need?

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Re: case skidsteer , workshop manuel ?

Post #5 by TrevorJ » Thu Mar 03, 2016 3:49 pm

What model case is it? I can't make any promises but you never know, there might be one out there for previewing on the net.


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Post #6 by wiggy » Fri Mar 04, 2016 8:39 pm

its a UL 1830 acording to type plate
im after spec of hydraulic oil also spec of oil for chain cases as well as were the drain and level plugs are
i know engines were fitted to early ssherpas i have just started to strip down to hopefully get one running out of to but progres is slow as my forklift blocked filters and ive also just broke my fingers but ill carry on just redused speed
any help finding workshop manuel 4 machine gratefull 4
the older the plant , the more i like it ,
im dislesik so escuse my spelin gramer
I crushed my spine years ago and im soposed 2 b in a wheel chair
so every day when i wake up and my legs still work is like crimbo day


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Re: case skidsteer , workshop manuel ?

Post #7 by TrevorJ » Sat Mar 05, 2016 8:20 am

Still looking for a copy of a "cheap" manual, I'll try again tomorrow.

Info on the Uniloader 1830 seems pretty scarce as well; about one of the better links I found was one indicating they originally came with a Renault TR688 engine.

http://www.colemanequip.com/CaseSkidSte ... alData.asp

P.S. Sorry to hear about your broken fingers.


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Post #8 by wiggy » Sat Mar 05, 2016 5:35 pm

TrevorJ wrote:Still looking for a copy of a "cheap" manual, I'll try again tomorrow.

Info on the Uniloader 1830 seems pretty scarce as well; about one of the better links I found was one indicating they originally came with a Renault TR688 engine.

http://www.colemanequip.com/CaseSkidSte ... alData.asp

P.S. Sorry to hear about your broken fingers.


thank u ive had a look c at info i still havent found out were or what oils to put in but that will be some time in future
i thought it was strang it having a bmc engine in it but ive known worse
who ever did conversion seans to have done a good job
i striped eng down today that came with it some one has spent a right lot of money on it doing a rebuild then left it standing under a tree its cream crackared all ( new ) liners are pitted
still hopefully i can make a good one out of the two engines
its hard work with mashed fingers :dizzy: but neads must
thanks 4 any info
regards wiggy
the older the plant , the more i like it ,
im dislesik so escuse my spelin gramer
I crushed my spine years ago and im soposed 2 b in a wheel chair
so every day when i wake up and my legs still work is like crimbo day


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Re: case skidsteer , workshop manuel ?

Post #9 by Jeremy Rowland » Sat Mar 05, 2016 9:10 pm

Just a thought here Mark; you may be able to get away with the liners being honed? Its a long shot but perhaps worth an enquiry?

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Re: case skidsteer , workshop manuel ?

Post #10 by wiggy » Sun Mar 06, 2016 5:11 pm

Jeremy Rowland wrote:Just a thought here Mark; you may be able to get away with the liners being honed? Its a long shot but perhaps worth an enquiry?

Jeremy



i dought it as it looks shot but it was last job i did yesterday so ill give a proper dose of looking at in week
if not i can hopefully make one out of two

problem is ive a kamatsu 3 ton digger (project) crying out 4 atenction 2 and other than plus gasin levers and tracking into workshop ive not looked at it and i nead to dig :D

regards mark
the older the plant , the more i like it ,
im dislesik so escuse my spelin gramer
I crushed my spine years ago and im soposed 2 b in a wheel chair
so every day when i wake up and my legs still work is like crimbo day


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