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Re: Farmall 300 clutch problem

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04-12-2014 13:11:44

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Assuming you had the Flywheel cut to the correct step depth. Both the friction face, and the PP mounting surface must be machined), it sounds to me like the free play is not correct.
If the puin is out of the TA clutch, the pedal should move a little more than an inch when pushing it down by hand before the hand pressure builds from releasing the disk. If there is lost motion in the linkage, ot the "rebuilt" pressure plate has failed, the correct freeplay will not work. A warped disk will cause drag, A disk with decomposing friction material will also cause the issue if the material begins to stack up.
If the linkage motion is corect, I suspect the Pressure plate. Jim

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Danny D

04-14-2014 11:08:26

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 Re: Farmall 300 clutch problem in reply to Janicholson, 04-12-2014 13:11:44  
I have checked everything and the problem is not the linkage, cross shaft, throwout bearing or pressure plate. I wonder if the splines in the new clutch plate have finally nested back into the old wear marks in the shaft? The shaft did not look that bad being a 60 years old. Everything else on the inside looked fine as I had recently taken it all apart. This is the exact problem that prompted me to rebuild the tractor in the first place. Well at least now it is clean and easy to work on.

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