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Re: Massey Ferguson 135 clutch

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Michael Beck

09-24-2012 10:40:24

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Thanks for the picture Sam. I do not have that tool but made the one from the I&T service manual I have. I read your post several times David and things are making more sense. The height does not have to be exact as long as all three fingers are the same if I am thinking correctly. You can make adjustments at the release bearing to compensate for any difference. The old pto disc had a sprung(convex) side and the new one does not so that is what had me confused about which way to install it. I hope to work on it some this evening so I am going to double check The pto disc installation. Thanks for the help.

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DavidP, South Wales

09-24-2012 12:41:26

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 Re: Massey Ferguson 135 clutch in reply to Michael Beck, 09-24-2012 10:40:24  
Hello Michael,
Yes, you have the idea there. As a further couple of points;
You should have about 3/8" free travel on the clutch pedal where it strikes the underside of the footbar. The unloaded PTO shaft must stop within 1 1/2 to 1" of maximum pedal travel.
It is not an exact science due to wear in the linkage, plate wear/thickness etc. It may be necessary to decrease the PTO adjuster clearance by 010" if the plate does not stop of its own accord before the pedal reaches full travel.
A degree of tweaking here and there can be required to get it right.

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