I also find it interesting about slipping a foot clutch. Grandpa had a loader on my DC, its a foot clutch, and I know for a fact that he slipped it bad for 10 years. I still slip it pretty bad when I use it on the Bushhog, mowing cedar trees. I am pretty sure it has never had any form of clutch work done to it. And yes Jimmie, they are an oil clutch.
Re: oil in old DC in reply to george md, 03-01-2014 13:20:59
If there is sludge in the clutch housing it means you did not drain the oil out at every oil change or you used poor oil or did not change oil often enough. Dad did not like to use detergent oil, but detergent oil will keep engines clean.
Re: oil in old DC in reply to Lazy WP, 03-01-2014 10:14:34
My foot clutch dc has been on the loader for all my life at least and still has the same clutch in it. It may well be broke in half, but it still works. Never heard that before. I wonder how common that is?
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