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Re: farmall 400 clutch pedal

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08-17-2014 13:58:38

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I doubt very much you can even buy a NEW clutch pedal, and ALL of the used pedals are going to be just like the one you have.

You also will need to build up the worn area on the shaft, and then have it turned on a lathe.

That sloppy clutch pedal is a very common problem on just about all the Ms through 450s. Happens to the Hs also, but to a much lesser degree.

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08-17-2014 14:21:53

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 Re: farmall 400 clutch pedal in reply to rustyfarmall, 08-17-2014 13:58:38  
Is the shaft hard to line back up when re installing. I assume there is nothing inside the housing it has to line up with??

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08-17-2014 15:42:58

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 Re: farmall 400 clutch pedal in reply to krob, 08-17-2014 14:21:53  
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No, there is nothing inside the housing the shaft has to line up with, nor is it difficult to line the shaft back up when reinstalling.
You will have to find a local machine shop that can bore the worn pedal and install a bushing. I had to have that done with the clutch pedal on my Farmall 400, cost was about $60 at that time, not including the cost of a new bronze bushing. As far as the worn shaft is concerned, you will have to have the worn area welded up and turned down smooth on a lathe, or your local machine shop can make you a new one. It is just a length of precision 1-1/8" shaft with two woodruff key slots cut into it. My local machinist made one for me for $50. There is an oil seal on both sides of the housing where the shaft enters, you may want to replace those while you have it apart. Another thing, the rear end oil level is at that shaft so you will have to drain some oil out before removing the shaft.

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