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Belarus clutch brake

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david

04-01-2003 17:48:47
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On a 562 belarus the clutch brake has worn out as best I can tell.Do you have to split the tractor to replace the brake? Can you go in through the top cover under the hyd. pump? My manual doesnt tell much about this and with hay season coming up I need to get started on this project ASAP. Thanks, David




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Tom

04-03-2003 18:10:55
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 Re: belarus clutch brake in reply to david, 04-01-2003 17:48:47  

Try adjusting the clutch. When you adjust the clutch, there is an adjustment to adjust the brake. What are some of the symptoms of your problem?



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david

04-03-2003 19:54:17
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 Re: Re: belarus clutch brake in reply to Tom, 04-03-2003 18:10:55  
tom, when you depress the clutch and try to put it into gear, you have to grind the gears till they stop for it to go into gear,then it will go in and out of gear with no grinding till you let the clutch out and start moving. If you come to a stop and depress the clutch and the brakes at the same time, as to stop the gears from turning, you can shift from gear to gear with no grinding. I have adjusted the clutch as per the manual, but the manual doesnt say anything about brake adj. If you remove the linkage from the clutch brake, the shaft will flop both ways with a clunk sound at both ends like theres no disc material left. Hope I've made it a little clearer hows it acting and any help is appreicated. Thanks, David

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Richard

04-07-2003 12:26:26
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 Re: Re: Re: belarus clutch brake in reply to david, 04-03-2003 19:54:17  
The clutch brake has not been fitted on production for 10 years now,the tractor will work very well without it as it is a fairly major job to repair(tractor split between cluch housing and GEARBOX,not engine)I would not bother with it unless you are realy attached to it. The clutch brake is simply 2 metal plates that rub together under the force of the spring on the operating rod,you will find first gearshift with a cold transmission more difficult,but on the move garshifts slightly easier with the external operating rod removed.

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Pierredet

04-18-2003 18:26:10
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: belarus clutch brake in reply to Richard, 04-07-2003 12:26:26  
Dear Sir, Your clutch fingers have come loose on your clutch. It is simple to fix. simply remove the tin inspection cover on the bottom of the transmission case. It will allow you to look up and inspect the clutch and such. You should see one or more of the clutch fingers loose and out of adjustment against the release bearing. Simply tighten the loose bolt on each of the out of adjustment clutch fingers and your clutch problems should be solved.

Pierre

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