Posted by Tomfg on December 07, 2012 at 15:19:09 from (126.96.36.199):
The SC Case drove out of the garage today after being "fixed up" since March. I still have the hood to work on, but have a honey-do list first. I ran it for about 15 minutes, and decided I had the clutch adjusted too tight. When I took the side cover off to adjust the clutch, I was expecting the inside of the cover to be splashed with oil, being it has a wet clutch. I added one quart of oil in the clutch housing initially when I filled the crankcase. It looks like the oil level was just touching the ring gear. Anyone know how high the oil level should be in the clutch housing? Thanks to all who helped me with your input on getting the old Case running again! Tom
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