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Re: M clutch removal

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Patrick HMD

03-22-2013 16:57:18

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rusty farmer wrote:

[The tapped holes are there, but they might be smaller than expected.]

Beleive me the holes are not there. I probed around with a thin sharp ice pick (a very good handy tool to have) and all the point did was slide around without snagging on anything. The bolts used to collapse the springs are 3/8"x 1" BTW.



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03-22-2013 19:00:10

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 Re: M clutch removal in reply to Patrick HMD, 03-22-2013 16:57:18  
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That is not true. Mine were even smaller than that.

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03-23-2013 06:04:18

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 Re: M clutch removal in reply to sflem849, 03-22-2013 19:00:10  
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Exactly. I did a complete replacement just over one year ago. 1940 M. The holes in question on mine were just 1/4". I had to jerry rig up a stack of flat washers so the head of a 1/4" bolt did not just drop through the 3/8" holes.

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03-23-2013 06:25:43

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 Re: M clutch removal in reply to rustyfarmall, 03-23-2013 06:04:18  
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Same thing here. The MD had three 1/4" holes even though the manual said to use the 6 pressure plate bolts. I went the screw the pp bolts in and was somewhat thrown.

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Patrick HMD

03-22-2013 22:37:32

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 Re: M clutch removal in reply to sflem849, 03-22-2013 19:00:10  
With all due respect, are you sure about that Sir? The clutch attaches to the flywheel using 6- 3/8"x1" cap screws. The service manual says to use 3 of those same cap screws to collapse the springs. But guess what, that 1" cap screw is not long enough to even reach the pressure plate. There apparently is some misinformation there somewhere. But like I said before, no tapped holes in the pressure plate for those 3 cap screws to attach to.



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