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Re: MF 50 Clutch adjustment

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12-24-2013 13:46:02

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The clutch on my 50 slips in the hi range mode getting worse as the tractor warms up. I have about 1/2 in free play before resistance felt when depressing clutch. My dad (a Massey) mechanic since before they were would be able to tell me problem without splitting tractor but he's gone and not many mechanics at implement dealers know what problem is unless I want to go to the expense of splitting tractor. Any ideas?


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welding man

12-24-2013 14:29:10

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 Re: MF 50 Clutch adjustment in reply to garypaddock, 12-24-2013 13:46:02  
If you have free play in the pedal and the throw out bearing is not riding on the release levers,your clutch is worn out,just that simple,no sugar coating it.

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12-24-2013 14:26:06

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 Re: MF 50 Clutch adjustment in reply to garypaddock, 12-24-2013 13:46:02  
Are you talking Multi-power or just the high range on the main gearbox? If it is multi-power then either you have dirty filters or your pump is on it's way out!. With the amount of free play on your clutch pedal it seems like you either have oil on the plate or just a knackered clutch. Sam

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