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Pony Clutch

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10-21-2012 13:32:39

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Well, poop! Got Pony all put back together. Engine running pretty good, so today tried the clutch. Must have done something wrong during reassembly, because it's not working at all. My question, can I get intructions and diagram(s) anywhere for repairing the clutch. btw, I did put in new clutch plate and new throw-out bearing. Must have missed something pretty basic, but just don't know. Thanks, Bruce Boehmke

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10-26-2012 16:05:26

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 Re: Pony Clutch in reply to pony1952, 10-21-2012 13:32:39  
So how am I gonna send you a picture from my Pony manual with your email closed?

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10-26-2012 16:17:43

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 Re: Pony Clutch in reply to 51Pony, 10-26-2012 16:05:26  
Happy to have pics sent to, but I have the operators manual and the service manual. None of them show a view back into the torque tube that shows proper arrangement of forks and throw out bearing and its sleeve and spring. Have I missed something? Thanks.

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10-21-2012 18:38:44

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 Re: Pony Clutch in reply to pony1952, 10-21-2012 13:32:39  
Was clutch installed in right position?

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10-21-2012 19:18:48

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 Re: Pony Clutch in reply to miner09, 10-21-2012 18:38:44  
Well, probably not I'm guessing, but a lot of time has gone by since it was installed, and even then, I didn't have a lot to go on.
What is best way to get engine out of the way enough to go in and check out the installation?

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10-21-2012 18:37:07

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 Re: Pony Clutch in reply to pony1952, 10-21-2012 13:32:39  
Did you adjust new clutch?

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Chuck H in Wi

10-21-2012 15:52:28

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 Re: Pony Clutch in reply to pony1952, 10-21-2012 13:32:39  
Bruce, spring on throw out bearing lever engages the pressure plate fingers to work the clutch plate. Did you line up clutch in center of pilot bushing. If it is a new pressure plate sometimes they block fingers until it is installed and you remove spacers before putting motor back in. Let me know how you are doing, not really anything in manual for diagrams to go by. I have had mine apart acouple of times, no problems. I do have parts incase you need something. Good luck

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Berth 29 opinions

10-21-2012 14:40:17

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 Re: Pony Clutch in reply to pony1952, 10-21-2012 13:32:39  
Does the pedal seem to work correctly?

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10-21-2012 15:16:42

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 Re: Pony Clutch in reply to Berth 29 opinions, 10-21-2012 14:40:17  
Yes, pedal works ( with new spring) and moves throw rod which in turn moves the lever (not sure what it's called) that supposedly engages clutch inside the torque tube. But I feel nothing happening when that lever moves. Sure wish I had an internal diagram showing how the parts all fit together inside the torque tube.
Bruce Boehmke

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