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Re: Couple of Dual Clutch Questions

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Ultradog MN

04-17-2013 16:06:30
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Just buy the kit from this site. It will come with both clutches and a new pressure plate. Also comes with new throw out bearing and pilot bearing and a plastic alignment tool.
Yes you should have a spring on that throw out bearing.
I always replace the rear main seal and both tranny input seals. None of them are hard to do.
From here on out if I split one for a clutch I will definately install new soft plugs in the back of the engine. There are two of them in the back of the head and one behind the flywheel in the block. Unless you have the old style block with the screw in plugs then leave them alone.
This winter we split my friend Kenny's 4600 to install new input seals and inspect the clutch. No more than got it back together and running and the soft plug behind the flywheel began to leak. Grrr!
I mentioned in your other thread that my pto disc looked good but would not spin the bush hog.
I brought it to the dealer to see about adjusting it and they said it was out of spec.
The drive disc is $70, pto disc is around $100 plus 1 hour dealer shop time to install/adjust it.
That's when I decieded to go with a new kit from this site.

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