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PostPosted: Mon May 10, 2021 5:53 pm    Post subject: Re: case 1955 VA Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Send me an email concerning the parts you are needing. Lee
 
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PostPosted: Mon May 10, 2021 5:53 pm    Post subject: Re: case 1955 VA Reply to specific post Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Mon May 10, 2021 6:03 pm    Post subject: Re: case 1955 VA Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Have you got a picture straight on of the front? Curious as to which front axle you have. There are at least 4 different ones. Yours should have the peak at the pivot instead of being a straight bar like the earlier ones.
 
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PostPosted: Mon May 10, 2021 6:15 pm    Post subject: Re: case 1955 VA Reply to specific post Reply with quote

CVPost-VACLee wrote:
(quoted from post at 19:03:35 05/10/21) Have you got a picture straight on of the front? Curious as to which front axle you have. There are at least 4 different ones. Yours should have the peak at the pivot instead of being a straight bar like the earlier ones.




This is the one I have
 
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PostPosted: Mon May 10, 2021 6:54 pm    Post subject: Re: case 1955 VA Reply to specific post Reply with quote

That's what I wanted to see. I don't have that one, but I do have the other 3. Had not seen that one but it is in the parts book.
 
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PostPosted: Mon May 10, 2021 7:25 pm    Post subject: Re: case 1955 VA Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Thanks Lee
Just need the springs for both rear drums and the brake shoes for both wheels.

The shoe i took off is really just a big metal ring with two linings
Adjacent to each other (opposite side to one another).

The internal levers, one side for working the other doesnt work at all and been soaking it in PB blaster since sunday..moves about 1/8 of an inch..all rusty inside that one

I would like to resurface the drums but not sure if there is enough material o them..both are real rusty..looking for the top to.get that big but off...

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PostPosted: Tue May 11, 2021 8:23 pm    Post subject: Re: case 1955 VA Reply to specific post Reply with quote

I am not very familiar with VAI although I drove a 1946-47 nearly twice daily back in the days we had to haul milk cans to & from the loading dock daily. I crank started that 6v critter from about Nov to Apr, kicked like a mule even with the ignition retarded some.

Hydraulic oil is lower viscosity (most ballpark 10 wt) than 90 wt gear oil so one could expect a higher leak rate into the bell housing.

Your tractor has a remote cylinder control valve, that is how your hyd pump will be circulating oil if the valve is in neutral. I can't see from your pic if single or double acting (one valve stem or two at the top) I am only familiar with the DA in which the valve spools are spring loaded to return to neutral. The control valve dumps to the torque tube sump via the hyd return filter element. If it is cold enough, 90 wt will likely blow a hole in the element dumping some debris in the sump which the pump could pick and past to and plug the control valve putting your pump at risk.

You could remove the filter element or better yet remove the pump, fab a light plate for the opening. There is only crankcase pressure there and just splash oil to contain. You should be able to find a cover or just leave the remote control valve in place. Personally I would bite the bullet and repair the shaft seal leak, clutch friction disc may quit on you just when you need the tractor.

This is all I have on the brakes. Some of the p/n's shown are likely bsolete, if you need a later p/n for an item post it. If pics are too blurry to read I will find the on-line VAI parts manual & post a link.

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PostPosted: Thu May 13, 2021 5:44 pm    Post subject: Re: case 1955 VA Reply to specific post Reply with quote

[quote="CVPost-Joe (Wa)"](quoted from post at 21:23:15 05/11/21) I am not very familiar with VAI although I drove a 1946-47 nearly twice daily back in the days we had to haul milk cans to & from the loading dock daily. I crank started that 6v critter from about Nov to Apr, kicked like a mule even with the ignition retarded some.

Hydraulic oil is lower viscosity (most ballpark 10 wt) than 90 wt gear oil so one could expect a higher leak rate into the bell housing.

Your tractor has a remote cylinder control valve, that is how your hyd pump will be circulating oil if the valve is in neutral. I can't see from your pic if single or double acting (one valve stem or two at the top) I am only familiar with the DA in which the valve spools are spring loaded to return to neutral. The control valve dumps to the torque tube sump via the hyd return filter element. If it is cold enough, 90 wt will likely blow a hole in the element dumping some debris in the sump which the pump could pick and past to and plug the control valve putting your pump at risk.

You could remove the filter element or better yet remove the pump, fab a light plate for the opening. There is only crankcase pressure there and just splash oil to contain. You should be able to find a cover or just leave the remote control valve in place. Personally I would bite the bullet and repair the shaft seal leak, clutch friction disc may quit on you just when you need the tractor.

This is all I have on the brakes. Some of the p/n's shown are likely bsolete, if you need a later p/n for an item post it. If pics are too blurry to read I will find the on-line VAI parts manual & post a link.

Joe




Thanks

Working on a few things...I will get back to you on the parts
The other side is still on the tractor _brakes

Found out the system isn't charging as well😯

Looking for a voltage regulator ,,,may change it over to alternator

Do you know if this is an easy thing to do?

Thank you for all your help

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PostPosted: Mon May 17, 2021 6:22 pm    Post subject: Re: case 1955 VA Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Finally got thru with looking at the brakes..need alot of parts

> two drums - VTA-2805 x 2

> two brake bands (one for each side) VTA-3090 & VTA-3091
(might be able to use linings only -VTA-2819)

> all the inner springs (3 per side) - VT-5092 x 4, VT-5093 x 2

> Two oil seals behind the brake drums. ???????
(oil leaking bad)

> two springs on the outside of the brake (brake Returns)
cover holding tension on the foot levers - VT-2155 x 2

That is a big list if I want brakes..all the internals are oiled up/broken/rusty..

Looking for a tool to take off the drums nut VT-5095

Do you think any of these parts are still available ?

thanxs
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PostPosted: Mon May 17, 2021 6:30 pm    Post subject: Re: case 1955 VA Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Also, might be able to turn/mill the brake drums but until I get them off I would not know for sure..they look like the originals.

Most likely will not clean up

Lastly still need to get the tork tube seal inside by the bell housing
and clutch assembly.



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