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Re: TD9 IH

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11-01-2012 14:10:34

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You could try adjusted the stering cluch first and the adjustement is make by turning the turncbukle at the end stering cluch lever and you need 4" free movement at top lever and you should have 3" free movement on top brake pedal and the adjustement is under the housing from the inspection cover

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Case Nutty 1660

11-01-2012 14:38:10

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 Re: TD9 IH in reply to gemdozer, 11-01-2012 14:10:34  
Thanks for the info, I did adjust the steering lever and now I have the same resisitance on both levers but the RH hand still will not release, maybe stuck from sitting? I do know that it would not steer when they parked it some 20 years ago, I am hoping it can be worked on from the top cover and I do not have to remove final drives ect to get to the steering clutch cnt

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11-02-2012 08:54:34

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 Re: TD9 IH in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-01-2012 14:38:10  
I have a method that may no be approved of by all.
I would run the tractor back and forth while riding the brake to heat up the drum real good. Then short hard stabs on the brake while holding the clutch back may break it free.

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Case Nutty 1660

11-02-2012 11:32:11

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 Re: TD9 IH in reply to TomA, 11-02-2012 08:54:34  
certainly worth a try thanks cnt

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11-01-2012 16:34:28

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 Re: TD9 IH in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-01-2012 14:38:10  
You do't need to removed the final drive for working on stering cluchs

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