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Re: IH460 clutch

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Janicholson

01-26-2013 20:11:06
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The pedal should have between 1 inch and 1.25 inches of free travel (pushing down by hand) before the pressure gets difficult to move by hand, if that is the case it is good to go. if not adjust the rod longer or shorter to put in in that range.
What is rocking back and forth. I have no clue what you mean. The tractor, the clutch, front o back, side to side ???? Jim




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LarryNMO

01-26-2013 20:46:38
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 Re: IH460 clutch in reply to Janicholson, 01-26-2013 20:11:06  
Yes, I should have said the tractor is rocking. I'll have to check tomorrow for the free play on the pedal, but the best I remember now is that it is hard to push all the way down. Also when trying to put it in first gear or any other gear you have to have the rpm's as low as you get it, otherwise it will grind the gears. You can see the tires move just a little. I know for sure one tire only has air in it, because I purchased a used tire for it back in the summer. Not sure about the other yet. Thanks Larry

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