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Clutch adjustment International 384 tractor

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Fred L. Pless

11-03-2009 17:31:46

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How do you adjust the clutch on a international 384 tractor, is the pto adjustment the same?

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11-03-2009 19:39:08

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 Re: Clutch adjustment International 384 tractor in reply to Fred L. Pless, 11-03-2009 17:31:46  
Fred, loosen bolts on clutch pedal at release bearing shaft, put wrench on squared part of clutch shaft and turn shaft to achive clutch adjustment.


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Fred L. Pless

11-04-2009 02:38:51

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 Re: Clutch adjustment International 384 tractor in reply to jimb2, 11-03-2009 19:39:08  
Thanks Jimb, That explains it, now I can get the job done.

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11-03-2009 17:39:10

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 Re: Clutch adjustment International 384 tractor in reply to Fred L. Pless, 11-03-2009 17:31:46  
Hi Fred, I have Operator's Manual for B414 witch is the older model. The book only describes how to set the clutch pedal adjustments and not how to adjust the dual stage clutch internally.
Here is clutch pedal adjustment:
1)7 inches of free travel from floor board to rest position. Adjust by adjusting bolt on clutch arm.
2)1/2 inch free travel. Adjust by loosening bolts on clutch arm at clutch release shaft and rotating clutch release shaft.
I belive if you search the archives for B414,434 or 444, someone posted the procedure to adjust the dual stage clutch through the inspect plate under the bell howsing.

Good luck

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Fred L. Pless

11-03-2009 18:38:40

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 Re: Clutch adjustment International 384 tractor in reply to jimb2, 11-03-2009 17:39:10  
Thanks JB2 for the information. I will take a closer look at it tomorrow. I just glanced at it today and didn't see any linkage and there didn't appear to be any way to adjust the pedal at the throw out bearing shaft. Thanks,

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