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Re: John Deere H clutch

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Mark Poss

12-13-2013 12:09:26

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I would swap the whole pulley if I could find one that was not wore out. I have talked to two other H owners at tractor shows and they told me that their clutches do not snap in either.

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Mike M

12-13-2013 12:41:33

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 Re: John Deere H clutch in reply to Mark Poss, 12-13-2013 12:09:26  
Make sure your left hand cam bearing which is a ball bearing is not loose or shot completly.This controls the camshaft end play. Most all H's I have came accross (and that's plenty) need one.

If you are near Ashland Ohio bring it over and we can look at it and swap some parts onto it.

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12-14-2013 07:49:07

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 Re: John Deere H clutch in reply to Mike M, 12-13-2013 12:41:33  
Hi Mike,
Do you know the actual bearing number for that left camshaft bearing. JD7169R is part no. What I looked up came out to be 6305-J. Is that correct? I bought my H 30+ years ago but the left bearing was shot. I replaced it with a motor bearing the same size but it didn't hold up well. I think it should be a deep groove type to take the thrust from the cam gear. That bearing was so bad that it damaged the timing gears, governor bearing, fan gears, cams and lifters. I was young and didn't know much about Deeres when I bought it.

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mike m

12-14-2013 09:08:00

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 Re: John Deere H clutch in reply to Mike(NEOhio), 12-14-2013 07:49:07  
I have replaced several but not sure about it but I bet most I stuck in a common bearing. As to holding up I don't know? Most likely don't get ran that much.

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