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Re: Ford 5000 complete restore getting close to finishing

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You are absolutely right destroked I am hoping someone will learn something from this. This is my flywheel it was the only flywheel the machine shop has had four a month I had special markings on the flywheel so that I know it's mine. It's been close to a year since I broke this thing down as you well no so I don't remember how many bolts was actually in the pressure plate.

But yes this flywheel was on this engine it has 6 bolts and somehow they had a 8 bolt 12 inch pressure plate bolted to it. After I purchased this tractor I drove this tractor around and it pulled fine. How I will never know how they had this pressure plate and 12 clutch installed. There's no way 2 line the clutch and pressure plate up on this particular flywheel how they done it is a phenomenon.

I have the correct flywheel on the way now I hope. Ford pulled this number for me and stated that this flywheel was a10-series. 1965 two Oct of 68 had a 12 inch clutch from Oct 68 through 71 was 11 inch clutch.

You need to go back to the machine shop and find out where your flywheel is, That flywheel shows where bolts have been tightened up against it, 5000's have a pto drive hub that goes against the flywheel and the bolts tighten up against the hub, the flywheel should also have 8 bolt holes for the pressure plate to bolt to.

That flywheel is of a 11" clutch with a 6 bolt pressure plate that was mainly used on 2-3000 models with transmission pto and 4000 models.[/quote]

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