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Re: Case SC: What Should I Look For?

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todd Hamilton

11-02-2012 20:42:15

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The oil bath clutch is what makes these tractors special to operate. However not easy to work on these clutches. Rest of tractor easy as a lawnmower to work on. Be real critical of the clutch, if it slips or won't kill the engine in third standing on the brakes pass it by. Sounds like scrap price though

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11-03-2012 17:34:22

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 Re: Case SC: What Should I Look For? in reply to todd Hamilton, 11-02-2012 20:42:15  
Todd, I appreciate the heads up about the clutch.

What am I looking for by trying to stall the engine in third with the brakes? For the record, I'm assuming we're meaning that the brakes are A+. Am I wanting the clutch not to slip, causing the engine to be stalled by the brakes? For clarification, if the brakes are good, and the engine continues running while the brakes are applied in third, the clutch has issues that cannot be corrected without replacement?

Thanks for helping me make sure I have the right picture in my mind!

Ben W.

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11-04-2012 09:35:29

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 Re: Case SC: What Should I Look For? in reply to SuperABen, 11-03-2012 17:34:22  
clutches give very little trouble, is adjustable and HyCapacity can rebuild the disk if needed, repairing it requires a tractor split, the same as most any other tractors

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Glenn F.

11-03-2012 07:13:41

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 Re: Case SC: What Should I Look For? in reply to todd Hamilton, 11-02-2012 20:42:15  
What is complicated about the oil bath clutch? Very simplr in my opinion.

Glenn F.

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