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B414 clutch

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Phil Tibbetts

02-22-2013 13:18:32

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Anyone know why the clutch pedal on a B414 gas will not go all the way down. When you push it it goes half way and stops. It acts like something is stuck. I bought this not running last fall and it has been too cold to work on it but I know this problem exists. The motor is not stuck and I plan to get it running when it warms up. I rebuilt the carb this winter. It also has an electric fuel pump but I don't know why as the engine driven fuel pump seems to be ok. I also have a 364 diesel and that also has an electric fuel pump same kind (Facet). Is this some sort of factory retro fit?

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02-23-2013 17:40:06

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 Re: B414 clutch in reply to Phil Tibbetts, 02-22-2013 13:18:32  
PTO clutch is stuck to pressure plate and flywheel.

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Phil Tibbetts

02-23-2013 18:09:42

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 Re: B414 clutch in reply to jimb2, 02-23-2013 17:40:06  
Is there any way to free it up without breaking the tractor in half?

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ben brown

02-22-2013 19:00:48

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 Re: B414 clutch in reply to Phil Tibbetts, 02-22-2013 13:18:32  
they have a two stage clutch in them what the first stage that working is engine clutch when you hit stop hard spot half way down your hitting the second stage that release the pto it well be a lot harder to push it and you don't have to go far for it to release pto why electric fuel pump who know maybe it just started better

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Phil Tibbetts

02-22-2013 20:47:40

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 Re: B414 clutch in reply to ben brown, 02-22-2013 19:00:48  
I know about 2 stage clutches but it is not possible to push the pedal beyond the first stage. I pushed as hard as I dared to without damaging anything.

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