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Re: Clutch Adjustment 19 49 Case DC

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Posted by Don Rudolph on January 21, 2013 at 15:59:42 from (

In Reply to: Clutch Adjustment 19 49 Case DC posted by Roch Courreges on January 21, 2013 at 12:31:41:

This isn"t hard to do, but hard to explain in words. You need to adjust the collar tighter to push the pressure plate closer to the clutch disk to eliminate slipping. To start you need to take off the inspection cover on the right side near the belt pulley shaft. Then you need to find the open section in the pressure plate that has a "button" in the adjusting collar. The button is to keep the adjusting collar from turning when the clutch assembly is turning at engine speed. This button must be held inward at the same time that the adjusting collar is move counter-clockwise, usually 2 holes does the trick, sometimes 3 holes. In other words, not very much movement will tighten a good clutch up. There is a special tool for pushing the clutch button in but you can use a bent 1/4" bolt or something similar. All you have to do is depress the button and get the collar to move slightly and the button will be depressed until the next hole. Just repeat the process. You can see if you have gone far enough by engaging the hand clutch lever and it should have a nice, crisp thud, but not over tight. I hope this helps. The first time is tough to figure out, after that its a breeze. Don


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