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Re: 7000 clutch

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04-30-2013 04:49:11

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Yeah one of the cams is held by a pin and cotter pin. The other is held by a 6 to 8 inch strap with bolts. From the front it is on the left side of the clutch. The strap has a slotted hole. Can i tighten the bolts and hold it ridged?

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04-30-2013 06:41:49

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 Re: 7000 clutch in reply to Chris95, 04-30-2013 04:49:11  
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If you bolt it ridged it will just break the arm. The cross shaft moves around some. Like we told you the backs of the cams are worn. They need to be replaced or shimmed to fill the cap better. If you do not do it then the gears will hit while transporting and you will be replacing both gears as they will shear the teeth off because of the engaging while in transport.

I just remembered the name of the washers I was thinking about. They are called quick repair washers. Here is a picture.

You just put one behind the current cams and bend the tab over. This will last a long time.

You do not want to have to repair this while in the middle of planting season. You have to slide the drive shaft half way across the planter in the bearing. This is fun when they are new and full of paint and even more fun when they are older and full of rust. It can take half a day real easy. If you do have it apart you want to replace the drive gears and cams just because of the labor involved to get to them.

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