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Re: M clutch removal

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Bill Lisbon

03-22-2013 04:31:12

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Someone at sometime must have changed pressure plates on your M. It is snug to get the clutch and pressure plate out with the pressure plate collapsed. I don't think you could get yours out without splitting the tractor.

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03-23-2013 17:13:39

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 Re: M clutch removal in reply to Bill Lisbon, 03-22-2013 04:31:12  
You may get it out, but you will have a he-- of a time getting it back in. You can pull a clutch disc from a Super M with pulling the pressure plate assb. but do need the bolts to collapse it.

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03-24-2013 08:25:15

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 Re: M clutch removal in reply to JLE, 03-23-2013 17:13:39  
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Would you care to explain just HOW that can be accomplished??

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03-24-2013 11:46:39

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 Re: M clutch removal in reply to rustyfarmall, 03-24-2013 08:25:15  
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Swearing and blood!?! :lol:
Seriously, I am with you. I have heard there is no way a SM will come out because it is a 12" clutch and the hole is smaller than that.

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03-24-2013 12:41:33

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 Re: M clutch removal in reply to sflem849, 03-24-2013 11:46:39  
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I've got a neighbor who says the clutch on a Super M CAN be changed from below, and since he owns, and farmed for years with those Super Ms, and always did all his own mechanic work, I have no reason to doubt his word.

What I DO question is how do you remove the clutch disc without removing the pressure plate?

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