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Super Dexta clutch ( live Pto)

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Hilltopper

10-15-2010 07:09:11
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I have a problem with the clutch not wanting to release when the tractor has set for a few hours. It is adjusted correctly. After it gets used a while it will release ok. I can push in the clutch after sitting for a while and it will continue to move until I load it with the brakes. I have split the tractor and checked the throw out bearing and the pilot bearing. I lengtened the screws on the pressure plate arms and made sure they were all the same length. This helped for a few weeks now it is bad again. I am out of ideas. Thanks.

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terry274

10-15-2010 16:24:45
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 Re: Super Dexta clutch ( live Pto) in reply to Hilltopper, 10-15-2010 07:09:11  

I had a similar problem with my Super Dexta. It would sometimes continue to move a few feet when I pressed the clutch down. When I took it apart I found one of the "fingers" that the throw out bearing presses was cracked and not pushing the spring as it should. I replaced the clutch, throw out bearing and pilot bearing and have not had anymore trouble.
Terry

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