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611B Clutch Pedal Spring Question

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deano1111

02-11-2018 11:11:42




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Was plowing snow today (Michigan) and the clutch pedal spring broke. Thanks to a bungee cord I managed to finish. Anyway, where can I get one? Also, I see where the spring attaches to the clutch pedal, but where does the other end of the spring attach? A photo would be helpful.

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Deano




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Case Nutty 1660

02-13-2018 05:13:50




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 Re: 611B Clutch Pedal Spring Question in reply to deano1111, 02-11-2018 11:11:42  
as far as those battery tray screws go, if you have enough head left I would heat each bolt head cherry red a couple times each going around to different ones,, then let it cool Completely then remove them, they will swell a bit in the cast they screw into and then can almost be removed with your fingers most times I have found, if the heads are gone I have just drilled them out and retapped the threads cnt

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BarryfromIA

02-12-2018 05:58:11




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 Re: 611B Clutch Pedal Spring Question in reply to deano1111, 02-11-2018 11:11:42  
Thanks. I was doing low cost rewiring of my 312 with the fiberglass hood and after I got the Denso alternator working, I was going to go back and replace all the old wire and the battery tray kinda slowed the project down to a stop along with time and other things.



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kevinthefixer

02-12-2018 05:02:30




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 Re: 611B Clutch Pedal Spring Question in reply to deano1111, 02-11-2018 11:11:42  
I would think any tool supplier would have them, or try Harbor Freight. Mine originally came from an independent manufacturer in Tucson that specializes in turf-control equipment, R&R. One of their best-selling products is bedknives for industrial reel mowers, so they carry the tools to replace them. The bolts that hold them on look just like the ones that hold your battery tray. If you can't come up with that tool, try putting a large screwdriver in one corner of the bolt and whacking it with a good-size hammer, in the proper direction to loosen it.

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BarryfromIA

02-11-2018 18:45:49




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 Re: 611B Clutch Pedal Spring Question in reply to deano1111, 02-11-2018 11:11:42  
I do not have a flat blade for my impact driver. Where is a good source?



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kevinthefixer

02-11-2018 17:32:59




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 Re: 611B Clutch Pedal Spring Question in reply to deano1111, 02-11-2018 11:11:42  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeYep, mine were. And of course they've lived all their life just below a battery that's probably been neglected. I used a hand impact driver with a tip designed for reel mowers, they came right out. They went back in with no rust on them or in the threads and with a coat of anti-sieze compound. I don't anticipate any problems taking them out again.

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BarryfromIA

02-11-2018 16:37:21




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 Re: 611B Clutch Pedal Spring Question in reply to deano1111, 02-11-2018 11:11:42  
The battery tray will not come out easily. Maybe your favorite way to remove rusted bolts will work. It is held in with 4 tapered cap screws and they might be slot head.



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kevinthefixer

02-11-2018 14:35:34




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 Re: 611B Clutch Pedal Spring Question in reply to deano1111, 02-11-2018 11:11:42  
Pic would be hard to get with the tractor assembled, it attaches somewhere under the battery tray. Here is a diagram from the parts manual, shows the pedal and spring, apparently the spring attaches by a cotter pin. But when I went out with a camera and looked at the tractor itself, I could barely see the pedal end of the spring, and sorry I'm not going to take off the tin and the battery tray today! Looks like you'll have to though.

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Chuck Machinist

02-11-2018 15:36:42




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 Re: 611B Clutch Pedal Spring Question in reply to kevinthefixer, 02-11-2018 14:35:34  
Fastenall has been helpful for some of my spring needs. Saeli Equipment is another fine choice. 315-585-9826



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