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Re: TO 35 Dual Stage Clutch Replacement Cost

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Joe Strohsack

01-05-2013 15:11:42

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Have you ever replaced one ??

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01-05-2013 17:36:36

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 Re: TO 35 Dual Stage Clutch Replacement Cost in reply to Joe Strohsack, 01-05-2013 15:11:42  
To replace the clutch you will need to split the tractor behind the engine. Tractor splitting has been covered a lot on YT so I'm not going to cover it. I would suggest that you get a service manual before starting. I have a used copy for $25.

When you have the tractor apart you will need to remove the pressure plate, clutch disk, and flywheel. To change and or inspect the pto clutch disc you will need to further disassemble the pressure plate. The flywheel will need to be inspected to insure that it is in good condition.

While you have it apart inspect the throw out bearing and transmission seal for leaks. Replace the throw out bearing, might as welldo it while everything is apart.

To put back together a clutch alignment tool will be needed. I have used parts to help if you need them. 802---------

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Tony in Mass.

01-05-2013 17:31:57

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 Re: TO 35 Dual Stage Clutch Replacement Cost in reply to Joe Strohsack, 01-05-2013 15:11:42  
OOOOOOOhhhhh. But did harder ones. And learn something new everytime.
In the box above, click 'archives'- I posted a bunch of pics of the process on here and massey forum, along with a dozen other guys here with threads doing clutches, it should bring a couple hundred hits. you'll have a good long read...

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Joe Strohsack

01-06-2013 04:25:05

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 Re: TO 35 Dual Stage Clutch Replacement Cost in reply to Tony in Mass., 01-05-2013 17:31:57  
Would love to see the pics you posted but cannot seem to find the archives box you are talking about, HELP!! Thanks so much. Any more help or comments ?? still looking for a ballpark cost of parts.

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Joe Strohsack

01-06-2013 04:28:16

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 Re: TO 35 Dual Stage Clutch Replacement Cost in reply to Joe Strohsack, 01-06-2013 04:25:05  
Tony, If you would not mind could you call me 44o-281-3293, Thanks Joe in Ohio.

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