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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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Sticky clutch rod

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02-17-2014 03:56:54

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Hi Guys, I am continuing the work on my 9N, the tranny rebuild went ok and now am at the clutch. The rod that the clutch fork / throughout bearing rides on is very stiff. I would like to at least remove it, steel wool it and replace, or replace bushings if there are any. My F04 manual doesn't give any detail on how it comes out. Can anyone help? I suppose I could just oil it and work it til it loosens up, but I am trying to do it as right as I can while I have everything apart. The lever on the side looks like it has a small bolt going through it but the head is half ground off and its not moving. It looks like a pin holding the fork in place?? Does that just get driven out with a punch? Does the rod itself just drive out of one side of the tranny or the other? Advice would be appreciated. FYI - Tractor sat outside with no use for at least a year.

Thanks, Jeff

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Del Huebner

02-17-2014 07:28:20

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 Re: Sticky clutch rod in reply to jds535, 02-17-2014 03:56:54  
I would use penetrating oil on both ends where it goes through the housing and get it to free up good. Then if there is no free play I would leave it alone. Looks to me like it would be quite a job to remove the pin from the fork to pull the shaft. Maybe someone that has done it will respond and be able to help you if you do go that route.

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