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sticky clutch on H

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gburt

04-20-2017 17:55:51




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is their any quick fixes for a sticky clutch on a H tractor with out separating the tractor ?




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BarnyardEngineering

04-21-2017 11:01:34




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 Re: sticky clutch on H in reply to gburt, 04-20-2017 17:55:51  
Clutch and pressure plate will come out through the bottom of the tractor. No splitting necessary.

It's up to you what you find easier. If you've got a flat piece of concrete to work on and access to splitting stands, split the tractor.

The advantage to working through the bottom is that you can do it anywhere there's ground, even in the field if necesary, and you don't need any special tools or heavy lifting devices.

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cornerpost

04-21-2017 06:00:49




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 Re: sticky clutch on H in reply to gburt, 04-20-2017 17:55:51  
If you have splitting stands much easier to split an H than work from below. IMHO



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fbh44

04-21-2017 06:31:44




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 Re: sticky clutch on H in reply to cornerpost, 04-21-2017 06:00:49  
I think that's exactly right.



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fbh44

04-21-2017 00:39:10




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 Re: sticky clutch on H in reply to gburt, 04-20-2017 17:55:51  
Install 2x4 block of wood to hold the pedal down, prop the pedal down, while parked, to keep the plates separated while parked overnight. Might help a bit. OVERGREASING THE PILOT BEARING WILL stick them. [Sorry for caps.] Leaky main will stick them. Only good news is no, you don't have to split the tractor. Just lower and remove the belly pump, and start removing things, the job is not too had. I've done it a number of times, and if I can anybody can. Just takes time, a few hundred bucks to replace the pressure plate and the clutch. If you have to re-surface the large heavy flywheel, you might have to then split. I don't know about that.

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Janicholson

04-20-2017 18:28:16




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 Re: sticky clutch on H in reply to gburt, 04-20-2017 17:55:51  
If it jerky and not smooth, a modest smoke test can help. Start out in 5th from full throttle 3 times in 5 minutes. The heat can bake some residue off the faces.
If it sticks when sitting and frees up after driving for a bit, block the clutch down between uses. If worse, or no better, split it. Jim



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David G

04-20-2017 18:15:01




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 Re: sticky clutch on H in reply to gburt, 04-20-2017 17:55:51  
My clutch was sticky because the rear main seal had leaked and mucked up behind clutch plate preventing it from releasing.



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