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Re: Cluch slipping on friends H Puller

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Zachary Hoyt

01-19-2013 05:04:03

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Have you checked the pedal free play? That is often the place to start with a clutch problem.

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Too Far Gone

01-19-2013 09:04:47

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 Re: Cluch slipping on friends H Puller in reply to Zachary Hoyt, 01-19-2013 05:04:03  
He just told me theres way too much of free play

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01-19-2013 10:31:09

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 Re: Cluch slipping on friends H Puller in reply to Too Far Gone, 01-19-2013 09:04:47  
THe only way freeplay can make slippage is if it dos not exist, as in there is no freeplay. Too much still lets the clutch engage (pinch the driven disk) as much as it can. Which is not enough evidently. As the driven disk wears, it gets thinner, reducing freeplay, not increasing it. So the issue is still going to be including a split of the tractor. Jim

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Too Far Gone

01-19-2013 19:26:16

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 Re: Cluch slipping on friends H Puller in reply to Janicholson, 01-19-2013 10:31:09  
Yeah,I told him to split it and order a 10.5 inch clutch and heavier pressure plate I found for pulling on a website

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