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Re: Couple of Dual Clutch Questions

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04-17-2013 05:53:06

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Hello Laneman , 1)Clutch release shaft should have a spring on it , go see CHN . 2)Is the rear main leaking ? If not leave it alone . If it is just follow the manual not that big of a deal . Trans. seals are simple . 3)DO NOT REUSE THE DISC , REPLACE IT . PLAIN AND SIMPLE . 4)Best source is CNH FOR EVERYTHING or Call Sam @ TCM 1-800-447-2161 FOR THE CLUTCH KIT . It is a pain sometimes dealing with CNH if you do not have a good dealer or if you do not buy a lot of parts BUT as the old saying goes you get what you pay for . If you choose to put a cheap CHINA clutch in your tractor you will be replacing it again because it will look like it does now . The price is cheap because the parts are cheap sh*t . Spend the money , Do it right the first time and you will not have to do it over again . Thanks Tony

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04-17-2013 07:08:28

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 Re: Couple of Dual Clutch Questions in reply to TONY JACOBS, 04-17-2013 05:53:06  
Don't be surprised if CNH's clutches are made in China too. A lot of their parts are. John Deere is worse. I work on all brands and you might be surprised where the parts come from. Very little made in USA any more.

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04-18-2013 05:42:59

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 Re: Couple of Dual Clutch Questions in reply to welding man, 04-17-2013 07:08:28  
I am fully aware that some of CHN clutches are made in CHINA and return them when possible and that's why I listed a GOOD AMERICAN MADE REBUILDER ALSO , but the last 75 3000 that I put a double clutch in last summer came from CNH and it was made in ENGLAND where many of the three cylinder tractor parts still come from . So if you want to support CHINA go ahead I do EVERYTHING I possibly can NOT TO SUPPORT THEM and SUPPORT the USA , MY COUNTRY maybe everybody else should put a little effort into that also and if this site or any other site I go to does want to support the USA by promoting all of this poor quality CHINA JUNK then I will not support them either , especially since I am not paid to be here .

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04-18-2013 09:59:18

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 Re: Couple of Dual Clutch Questions in reply to TONY JACOBS, 04-18-2013 05:42:59  
I agree with what you say,but I don't have that option. My nerest dealer is a 130 mile round trip. I have to rely on the guy on the other end to send me what I order and pay to have it shipped. I can't afford to have every item I buy shipped back because I don't like where it is made.About 90% of the Ford parts I get are also Made in the UK,but I don't get them from NH.

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