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Re: 4020 clutch pedal slot adjustment

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belaw

02-28-2013 08:26:33




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Tx Jim said: (quoted from post at 05:15:04 12/10/09)
msb said: (quoted from post at 00:19:49 12/10/09) . As the disk wears the fingers get closer to the TO bearing, so you need to move the adjustment bolt forward to increase the free travel.


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It's been a long time since I adjusted a clutch pedal on a 4020 but I was thinking one moved the bolt towards rear of slot to give more free travel.


Sorry for dragging up an old thread, but I didn't see any point in starting a new one. I just purchased a '68 4020 that has almost no freeplay. Right now the adjusting bolt is about 2/3 of the way down the slot.

To gain more freeplay do I move the bolt to the bottom of the slot or the top? To ask the same question another way, do I have 1/3 or 2/3 of my adjustment range left?

FWIW the seller says that there's about 1,500 hours on the clutch.
This post was edited by belaw at 08:28:02 02/28/13.

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Doug in IL

03-01-2013 11:35:58




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 Re: 4020 clutch pedal slot adjustment in reply to belaw, 02-28-2013 08:26:33  
You have 2/3rds left to go.



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Tx Jim

02-28-2013 09:20:16




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 Re: 4020 clutch pedal slot adjustment in reply to belaw, 02-28-2013 08:26:33  
To gain more pedal free play move bolt in the slot towards the rear of tractor



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belaw

02-28-2013 11:23:35




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 Re: 4020 clutch pedal slot adjustment in reply to Tx Jim, 02-28-2013 09:20:16  
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Great, looks like I have over half of my adjustment range left.



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Tim S

02-28-2013 11:46:52




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 Re: 4020 clutch pedal slot adjustment in reply to belaw, 02-28-2013 11:23:35  
Most of the clutches that I replace is because they were ran with no free travel,,regular clutch pedal adjustments can save a lot of $$$



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jc okla

02-28-2013 09:03:52




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 Re: 4020 clutch pedal slot adjustment in reply to belaw, 02-28-2013 08:26:33  
1/3



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