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1957-1962 Case 320 backhoe clutch pressure plate adj.

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Jim Legault

07-05-2012 12:36:11

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could anyone help me with the tension adjustment on the pressure plate? I'm not familiar with this, i have never had to adjust the pressure plate before.

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07-05-2012 15:05:02

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 Re: 1957-1962 Case 320 backhoe clutch pressure plate adj. in reply to Jim Legault, 07-05-2012 12:36:11  

Jim Legault said: (quoted from post at 12:36:11 07/05/12) could anyone help me with the tension adjustment on the pressure plate? I'm not familiar with this, i have never had to adjust the pressure plate before.

Don't know about the "tension" adjustment you are referring to, the clutch pressure is set on some pressure plates by the finger height and there is a fixture that dealers have to properly set them. It is a cast plate with a protrusion that comes out to the finger area and the fingers are set off the face of that tool to proper finger height. Most people do not have access to those tools. Free travel adjustment is another matter, the rod adjustment should be adjusted by lengthening if there is to little or shortening the rod that goes into the bell housing if ther is to much. The free traavel should be min 1.5 in.

This post was edited by mEl at 15:05:30 07/05/12.

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