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Re: cost for a split - clutch issue - need advice

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Tim S

05-06-2013 07:43:35

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The pilot bearing "could" be hanging up ,and the pressure plate my be out of adjustment,,and possibly the clutch plate got warped. They are not a bad job to split, I usually hang the front end with a floor crane and use a floor jack under the rear,4-5/8" bolts are the main ones, and don't forget about the 2-3/8" bolts under the battery, I lay the wiring back over the steering wheel...I have a 2030 here for a clutch now, when I get to it I'll post some pics as i go...

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05-06-2013 08:03:43

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 Re: cost for a split - clutch issue - need advice in reply to Tim S, 05-06-2013 07:43:35  
My shop is just now erected and no floor, so no way to deal with it here.
Wish you were closer...Tim.

So, maybe 4-5 hours for the split and re-assembly? Then an hour for diagnose and R&R of parts? Trying to get a feel for total cost at dealer. Guessing we are north of $500 for the split and an hour more for work inside, plus parts like new bearings, and possibly a new clutch plate? If I split, should I plan on new pilot and throwout bearings, even if not needed for the repair?
Sound right? Guessing if I get out for less than $1000 I will be lucky.

Also worried about them screwing up the internal hydraulic that a concern?

This post was edited by Hogleg at 08:21:17 05/06/13 2 times.

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Tim S

05-06-2013 08:31:48

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 Re: cost for a split - clutch issue - need advice in reply to Hogleg, 05-06-2013 08:03:43  
They won"t be near the internal piping, that is in the next compartment back, Yes swap out the bearings, and your about right on the time..I"d be glad to do it for you,but too heavy for UPS....

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