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Re: TO 35 Dual Stage Clutch Replacement Cost

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VT Parts, is your service manual an original MF manual or an aftermarket one? I'd be interested in an original.
I am looking at splitting my TO35 and I wondered what the difference was between the different clutch options listed, or does it depend on what I find when I get mine apart?

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01-06-2013 09:23:45

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 Re: TO 35 Dual Stage Clutch Replacement Cost in reply to Inno, 01-05-2013 22:10:16  
The original Clutch had 2 saucer shaped springs (Belleville type) The pivot points on the Clutch Plate release Levers can wear over time and this loses motion you need to free the Plates, when it is like that you can't overhaul the Clutch as there are too many parts that are worn, so you need to change the complete Clutch. It will depend on what you find when you get it out of the tractor. If the problem is with the PTO Clutch only, you can re-set this if it isn't too worn. If things are really bad and the Clutch has been used for some time with the Plates worn, it may have marked the Flywheel and that would require skimming to restore the surface again.
If you need the info about this, or how to replace the Clutch and re-set it, email me and I will send it...John(UK)

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