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Re: Deleting Hand clutch from WD

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04-20-2017 19:42:00

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who makes this and how do I purchase one?

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04-21-2017 04:58:28

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 Re: Deleting Hand clutch from WD in reply to C5Paul, 04-20-2017 19:42:00  
If you're cutting weight you get an elimination shaft out of one that didn't have a hand clutch. Im sure someone makes them but I don't know who.

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04-21-2017 00:51:51

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 Re: Deleting Hand clutch from WD in reply to C5Paul, 04-20-2017 19:42:00  
If all you want to do is lock up the hand clutch you can do that by tightening the adjustment down.

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dakota dave

04-20-2017 19:55:45

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 Re: Deleting Hand clutch from WD in reply to C5Paul, 04-20-2017 19:42:00  
It takes two of the front spline adapters . Split the tractor unbolt the hand clutch from the front spline adapter get another one it slides on the splines wher the clutch was and bolt the two together. Remove the over center throw out assembly and put the two halves back together. You'll need to get the other adapter from another WD. Check EBay and local dealers for old stock. You can remove the handle and linkage from the outside but the rod that goes throught the case needs to be there to keep the oil in.

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