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Re: Overrun clutch

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08-11-2014 17:26:52

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The BAD news is that you CAN"T replace the internal rollpin with a bolt or pin that passes all the way through the ORC, as doing so would lock the inner and outer parts of the ORC together, and render it useless as an ORC.

The GOOD news is that you don"t really need an ORC with a sickle mower, as it has no wheres near the store inertia as a rotary cutter does, and an ORC is NOT required for a sickle mower. (Although it"s probably an OK idea.)

The other plan would be to cut/shorten the PTO shaft on the sickle mower.

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08-12-2014 06:29:58

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 Re: Overrun clutch in reply to Bob, 08-11-2014 17:26:52  
I agree on the lack of inertia deleting the ORC requirement. Probably take it all of 5 seconds to stop on it's own.

So, no clutch, no extra length, problem solved.


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08-13-2014 07:45:40

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 Re: Overrun clutch in reply to Texasmark1, 08-12-2014 06:29:58  
And if you want a third opinion - I'd agree too.

No need for an overrun clutch on a sickle mower.

... unless there's some oddball mower I've never seen with a huge flywheel of some sort that stores energy, but I'm guessing not.

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