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Re: Case 930 pto problem

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01-27-2013 09:29:15

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There is an adjustment for the PTO clutch that can be done. I did it once in the 90's so it could run my haybine back then. I remember using a screwdriver to tighten something through an access panel on the side of the clutch.

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01-27-2013 18:22:32

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 Re: Case 930 pto problem in reply to Dalet, 01-27-2013 09:29:15  
Thanks Dalet for the advice. That's what I may have to do. I made the mistake of asking what the name of this tool is, and I was told that it doesn't have a name!

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01-27-2013 10:42:59

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 Re: Case 930 pto problem in reply to Dalet, 01-27-2013 09:29:15  
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The access hole in on the RH side above and to the rear of the axle housing. 3 3/8 cap screws hold it on. PTO clutch may need to be tightened. The clutch brake is most likely shot so it's going to spin. They always have bad brakes too. I had an article in the last issue of Old Abe's News on how to fix that. 930/1030 have triple disk brakes.

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01-27-2013 18:31:28

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 Re: Case 930 pto problem in reply to 1031D, 01-27-2013 10:42:59  
Thanks 1031D for all the good information and advice. When I find this access hole, I wonder if it will be way too small for me to get my hand made tool in or to see in. That seems to be my luck. Keep the advice coming!

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