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Re: MF 50 two stage clutch tools

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Tony in Mass.

07-18-2013 21:13:25

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OK. so NOW I re-read it.... you do have a live pto 'arsend'. An MF50 right? The good engine came off an industrial or? Like I said, go to use your old flywheel, not the one that came with the new engine. You can use your collection of pilot aligning tools, find the pilot tip that fits the OLD flywheel, the pto clutch spline digs into the duct tape, the drive clutch plate can just sqeeze into the tape you wrap around your $15 tool. Two splines require patience, hey search the archives here and Harry F forums, the were many clutch jobs just this spring, lots of info to dig up there.

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07-19-2013 05:10:21

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 Re: MF 50 two stage clutch tools in reply to Tony in Mass., 07-18-2013 21:13:25  
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Uff can say that again! Even with the incorrect tool which I purchased from this site (wrong spline count) I was able to get my dual clutch set close enough to get it back together. Having said that, I am just ordering the parts to finish the job so I can't report on how it works.

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07-19-2013 06:11:40

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 Re: MF 50 two stage clutch tools in reply to Inno, 07-19-2013 05:10:21  
OK I did change flywheel but thought the old hotrod pilot tool was not the answer. A few more pushed and maybe but then..--may have to try some duct tape. On it again today --lets see what happens? Thanks all

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