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My 175 clutch

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11-12-2017 18:17:28

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Think my clutch is taking a dive. Lost pto control and checked the clearance but it was good. The thin metal plate looks roughed up from the bottom. So my question, what all should I replace or is there anything else I should check when I am replacing the clutch? Does the clutch kit sold on this site have everything I need?

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Bob NY

11-13-2017 05:17:52

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 Re: My 175 clutch in reply to spitz, 11-12-2017 18:17:28  
Did you check the free pedal adjustment? That can affect how the PTO clutch releases.

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11-13-2017 05:35:33

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 Re: My 175 clutch in reply to Bob NY, 11-13-2017 05:17:52  
its about an inch yet. I can still shift gears and drive but it acts like a regular clutch instead of a two stage. PTO doesnt work at all. tractor engages when I lift the clutch at all.

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Bob NY

11-13-2017 13:29:31

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 Re: My 175 clutch in reply to spitz, 11-13-2017 05:35:33  
Both of mine did the same thing. Adjusting the free play cured the problem.

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11-13-2017 18:22:22

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 Re: My 175 clutch in reply to Bob NY, 11-13-2017 13:29:31  
Free play at the clutch pedal? What should it be? I thought an inch was about right?

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11-13-2017 18:49:00

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 Re: My 175 clutch in reply to spitz, 11-13-2017 18:22:22  
The clutch free play is not set at the pedal, but at the clutch housing. When the bearing contacts the release lever bolts there should be 1/8 inch clearance between the rod clamp top and the housing. The one inch clearance refers to when the pedal is above the step plate. That's when the PTO should stop/start turning. This is with the pedal pin in the upper hole at the clutch housing shaft clamp.

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11-12-2017 21:34:09

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 Re: My 175 clutch in reply to spitz, 11-12-2017 18:17:28  
It should say in the description if the disk is included, but it depends on what clutch you need. What is the serial number on the tractor (need to know that to get the right clutch kit).

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