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Posted by bighead on July 02, 2006 at 20:14:33 from (126.96.36.199):
My inlaws have an alice-chalmers 5040 that that mainly use to run a bushhog. To make the PTO work, we have to shift the pto lever into gear and start the tractor that way- the pto turns all the time. My father-in-law says that the PTO used to disengage when you pushed in the clutch pedal, but not anymore. How is this tractor set up internally? Does that clutch pedal release two clutches? Is there possibly some linkage that I could adjust?
I"m a mechanic at a Deere dealership, so I"m pretty familiar with tractors, but I"ve never messed with an alice chalmers much. Thanks for any advice.
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