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04-10-2014 09:12:40

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RLA, I like the "ALMOST" bet! Never heard of the dental floss trick before. My thought was to open it up a little and squirt some RTV gasket sealer in there and tighten it back up but before I do anything I'll dump some 80w90 in it and see how bad it leaks. As was said, maybe I'll get lucky (that would sure be nice for a change). Oh... anyone know of a trick to get the clutch lever pin out?

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James Howell

04-10-2014 11:04:12

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 Re: Stupid B rant in reply to thdrduck, 04-10-2014 09:12:40  
You might consider using GL1 140W in the transmission.

That's what we use in all our old tractors down here in NE Texas.

Use a lot of your favorite penetrate on the clutch lever pin.

You might consider using a large C-clamp to apply pressure and gently/softly "tap" on the side.

That pivot point is cast iron and could/might break if you "beat" on it; ask me how I know.

Hope this helps and good luck with your 39B.

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John Baird

04-10-2014 11:01:24

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 Re: Stupid B rant in reply to thdrduck, 04-10-2014 09:12:40  
There is a clutch pivot pin tool (pivot pin for the hand clutch) on page 75 of the two cylinder club magazine Jan/Feb 2014 edition available from Sunsdahls" Restoration for $59

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