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Case 1816C How to adjust Creep? 6/2/2012 3:00:57 PM   (Total replies: 1)
My left side drive creeps and if I pull the left side lever back just a bit it stops. Yes, I know you need to make an adjustment, but where? And what? Assuming the linkage under the seat connected to the pump but if someone else has done, please give me a hint or two. Thank You.

Re: 1835b deisel pump help ( please ) 5/5/2012 2:43:21 PM   (Total replies: 1)
So it starts and runs ok now?

Re: new to me 1845 questions. (model, what engine, wiring) 5/5/2012 2:39:22 PM   (Total replies: 0)
Look on Ebay for a used Owners manual. I got one for $30, helps a lot. I have a 1816C, the C stands for the model change, not for diesel. I wish it was a diesel but someone put an 18 hp Vanguard engine to replace the 16 hp Onan gas one. Not much to the wiring on mine, I did some re-wiring on the fuel valve system. Have fun.

Re: Case SR 220 Skid steer Wont start 5/5/2012 2:34:31 PM   (Total replies: 0)
What he said. I ran out of fuel one time, actually had it shut off the clean the filter and forget to turn it on. Got by with just bleeding at the pump. That was my John Deere 650. Never run out of fuel with a diesel. :(

Re: Adjusting Axle Housing on 1825b? 3/30/2012 9:28:45 AM   (Total replies: 1)
On my 1816 the bolts holding the plate were very tight and the plate and bolts rusted. You have loosened the bolts? The plate is slotted and the adjuster can move the plate as needed, if you have the bolts loose. Used a wire brush and lots of penetrating oil (Kroil) first and then a air impact wrench to get loose. Just move the plate until you have only about a 1/2 inch play in the slack side of the chain.

Re: Adjusting Axle Housing on 1825b? Lubing? 4/9/2012 6:30:03 AM   (Total replies: 1)
How are you folks lubing these chains? I put some 30 W oil and solvent in my pressurized parts cleaner tank and sprayed back behind. Hoping the solvent would evaporate and leave the oil behind. Maybe there is a better way??

Re: Battery 3/27/2012 6:22:58 AM   (Total replies: 1)
You need to get a voltmeter and use insulated jumper wires to connect to ther battery terminals so you can read remotely. Start the engine and watch the voltmeter. It should read higher than battery voltage, 12.6 volts. Normally around 13 - 14 volts if the alternator is working. Not rocket science it has to read higher than battery to be charging. Run for a while, shut off the engine. Voltmeter should read the 12.6 or higher if its been charging. I doubt if your battery is going dead ...

Re: Case 1816 Drive Belt replacement 3/26/2012 4:38:00 PM   (Total replies: 1)
This is way late I know. Just registered to answer this. Yes, you need to loosen the motor enough to angle it a bit to remove belts. Just one of those fun things I have learned since getting my 1816C 3 weeks ago.

Access holes in 1816C for Chains 3/26/2012 4:46:17 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Never owned a skid loader before but now get the fun of learning. BTW someone has replaced the Onan engine on this one with a Vangard 18 Hp. Anyway did some minor repairs and fixes, but now in the process of cleaning the chains, adjusting and oiling. I can see some access back under the seat but not enough to see the chains or clean as needed. I am sure others have cut access holes with either a large hole saw or a metal cutting saw such as a Sawzall with a good metal cutting blade. ...

Re: Access holes in 1816C for Chains 3/27/2012 5:20:45 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Well on a Case 1816 its just about impossible to gain access to the rear wheel chains. Sure you could remove the hydraulic pumps and all those hoses but your talking a days work both ways. So how do you clean, oil and adjust without access? I will take another look today. I'd like to be able to use my plasma cutter, but there is a lot of old oil and dirt in that area.

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