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Re: Massey Ferguson 135 dual clutch

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Michael Beck

09-10-2012 06:23:09

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Thanks for the response. I am taking into consideration that it may be better to go ahead and replace the transmission clutch disc but if it appeared good I was wondering if it was possible to adjust everything corrrectly using the old one. Everything appears straight forward but I am trying to learn as much as possible before starting the project. I have read the article in the archives about putting the tractor back together and it was very informative. I looked through the inspection plate and can see a piece of the clutch. The pto engages but quits turning when in tall grass. Anymore tips and advice would be appreciated. I plan to start when I get off work Wednsday morning. Thanks again.

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DavidP, South Wales

09-10-2012 12:48:39

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 Re: Massey Ferguson 135 dual clutch in reply to Michael Beck, 09-10-2012 06:23:09  
Hello Michael,
To be able to give any furter advice we need to know a little more about the clutch set-up. On the periphery of the clutch unit you will see the 3 adjusting screws. If you have a feeler gauge set check the clearance in each one. If there is no clearance the PTO problem may be down to much of the PTO plate pressure being held off by the adjusters. If so adjust to approximately 090". This thickness is approximately equal to the thickness of two hand hacksaw blades with the teeth ground off. Do this and check the operation. You will require two 1/2"AF open ended spanners in good condition. Slacken the locknut slightly until you can screw the bolt in to give the clearance and then lock up.

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