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Re: Un-splitting a TO-35

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07-06-2013 19:13:33

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Once you get the two halves close together ...use two bolts pinched from the hydraulic top cover as guides..Chose two from beside the cross-shaft as they are the longest. put these into the gear box housing, through the engine backplate at roughly quarter past nine position. They should screw in easily or else something is not lining up. Remember to put the gearbox and pto in gear as you spoke the flywheel, to help align the splines. Never force the two halves together by using bolts to pull the clutch together, but sometimes you need to use other bolts out of the top cover to hold a bit of pressure on the shafts as they are turned, but use very moderate pressure on the wrenches. In fact only tighten the bolts enough to retain any distance you have gained as you wriggle and shake the whole thing together! I take it you have the plates lined up with a proper aligning tool? Sam

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07-06-2013 21:13:13

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 Re: Un-splitting a TO-35 in reply to samn40, 07-06-2013 19:13:33  
My case has the same type clutch. I eyeballed the disc to line it up. I think I spent more time getting the engine jacked up to where I wanted it. Tractor pushed together w/o a struggle.

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