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'44 SC clutch adjuster button is stuck!!!

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Craig Hilbrandt

03-18-2009 09:38:42
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I'm trying to adjust the clutch on my '44 SC and have found the adjuster button. I have tried to push it in with a screw driver and a customized bolt, but it won't budge. I have sprayed it with PBlaster the last 2 nights and it doesn't want to play nice. Any ideas out there?? (I'm currently shying away from heating it with the torch, being a we clutch and all!!)

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garytomaszewski

03-19-2009 20:51:02
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 Re: '44 SC clutch adjuster button is stuck!!! in reply to Craig Hilbrandt, 03-18-2009 09:38:42  
Craig, Don't use heat, you will take the temper out of the spring that keeps it out and locked. Is it maybe wedged against the adjuster ring? Try moving the adjuster slightly. If it was a running tractor that pin should be well lubed and not rusted stuck.



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C. Amick

03-19-2009 16:35:14
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 Re: '44 SC clutch adjuster button is stuck!!! in reply to Craig Hilbrandt, 03-18-2009 09:38:42  
The button is spring loaded and is supposed to pop back out. Mine stuck after I pushed it in. I used P.B Blaster on mine, as well, and kept lightly tapping it until it caem all the way back out.



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Craig Hilbrandt

03-19-2009 04:37:56
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 Re: '44 SC clutch adjuster button is stuck!!! in reply to mEl, 03-18-2009 09:38:42  
Then here is a stupid question, is it supposed to come out??



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j heitkemper

03-19-2009 06:45:13
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 Re: '44 SC clutch adjuster button is stuck!!! in reply to Craig Hilbrandt, 03-19-2009 04:37:56  
no doubt there are more than one adjusting system , currently I have DAD's 51 DC with a dire need for adjustment.. and i cannotfigure out the proper method , I have adjusted this one before ,,,one of thease days i will do a tractor split i guess



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DKase

03-18-2009 17:59:39
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 Re: '44 SC clutch adjuster button is stuck!!! in reply to Craig Hilbrandt, 03-18-2009 09:38:42  
Might want to try pulling it out!



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