The clutch on my cub 1710 was not engaging so I removed it and found a poor connection on the back of the clutch. The clutch was re installed and worked great! for 20 minutes. now the PTO is blowing fuses.
New clutches as you all know are expensive. so any help or ideas would be great, Thanks
Re: Cub 1710 PTO question in reply to Brian Comeau, 05-27-2014 15:46:47
Pull it back apart. The hot wire is probably touching the frame. You have to check to make sure the wire does not rub on the pulley or anything else. You might be able to find the bare wire without removing the clutch again.
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