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How do you free a stuck clutch

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Ralph 1111

09-13-2011 21:52:59
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HELP any body got a good solition to free up a stuck clutch? It is a 1960 d17 that had set for about five years inside,i have tryed blocking the clutch pedal down and driving around and applying brakes also kicking the hand clutch out and in , but she just don't seem to want to let go.Really don't look forward to spliting tractor. Thanks Ralph




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ralph1111

09-16-2011 22:22:03
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 Re: How do you free a stuck clutch in reply to Ralph 1111, 09-13-2011 21:52:59  
Thanks to every one for the suggestions.
Didn"t know the clutch is recessed into the flywheel i will try your suggeston Brian,nothing else hase worked yet.
THANKS
Ralph



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Brian Jasper co. Ia

09-16-2011 20:37:01
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 Re: How do you free a stuck clutch in reply to Ralph 1111, 09-13-2011 21:52:59  
The screw driver, putty knife, spray stuff through the starter hole tricks will NOT work. The clutch is recessed in the flywheel and is not possible to see the disc. If you try to spray anything, go through the clutch pedal push rod hole.



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8N-Bob

09-15-2011 06:28:17
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 Re: How do you free a stuck clutch in reply to joeybr, 09-13-2011 21:52:59  
Hey Get a 3 bottom plow and find some red clay. Block that clutch down and start a plowing. She'll break loose. BTW break cleaner helps also, just spray it through the starter hole like was said earlier. Good Luck, and yep it's not fun splitting the AC's



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steve(ill)

09-14-2011 15:50:18
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 Re: How do you free a stuck clutch in reply to Ralph 1111, 09-13-2011 21:52:59  
on the bottom of the torque tube, is there a big round hole looking up at the clutch ? Maybe drive a screw driver between the plates.



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old

09-14-2011 07:47:29
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 Re: How do you free a stuck clutch in reply to Ralph 1111, 09-13-2011 21:52:59  
Well since you drove it around and it did not free up time to go to phase 2. Pull the starter off and then spray the clutch area with brake cleaner spray. You will need to turn the engine and have the pedal blocked down as you do this. If driving it around and spraying it does not do the job then you may end up having to split the tractor to free it up. h by the way when you drove it around did you have some sort of load behind it so it had to work hard??? If you did not then you need to do it that way and don't just drive it for 5 minutes let ti get good and warmed up as in drive for 30 plus minutes

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BushogPapa

09-14-2011 07:05:51
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 Re: How do you free a stuck clutch in reply to Ralph 1111, 09-13-2011 21:52:59  
I would try using a thin, narrow putty knife, with the clutch pedal held down.. You should be able to see the pressure-plate and edge of the clutch-plate.. You should NOT need to split the tractor just for a stuck clutch.. Not too sure if Kerosene may help it come loose..just DO NOT use anything that will leave an oily residue.. Would be handy, if you had some Field-Work to do with it...

Ron..

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fordtractor2000

09-14-2011 03:38:54
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 Re: How do you free a stuck clutch in reply to Ralph 1111, 09-13-2011 21:52:59  
when you drove it around were you in high gear ? most people have good luck with that .



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