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matthies

11-03-2012 07:43:03
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I bought the clutch setting tool for the quad range(perma clutch) from a smaller repair shop a couple months ago. Did notice that some of the adjusting disks/washers were missing and had the dealer order the missing ones. Ordered some a few years ago for a neighbor that has the same tool that I borrowed a few times and he was short a couple to. No big deal I thought, was at dealer to pick up a starter and the service manager said the tools were in(nice guy lets me borrow specialty tools as needed) so went and paid for them, three washers $302 and I bought more than this before for less than $100. Couldn't believe it, just paid for them in shock. chris

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11-03-2012 15:23:27
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 Re: Servicegard tool prices in reply to matthies, 11-03-2012 07:43:03  
Think what dealerships have to pay for special tools. Especially since so many tools are "automatic ship" and Deere automatically ships to you and bills you for essential special tools when you sell some new machine for the first time. Mostly, it's an overhead issue and the expense necessary to keep tools made and in stock to adjust clutches that haven't been built for 20 years is pretty high. Obviously, with fewer and fewer dealers, they don't sell many Perma-Clutch tool spacers. Many special tools can be fabricated by machine shops relatively cheaply if you have a print or existing tool for them to go by. But of course their time is money too, and they may not be much cheaper to have made than to buy.

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