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Re: 562 Belarus

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02-28-2013 07:41:32

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Slip clutch needs adjusted up some. Its in the bearing housing between the drive shafts. One of the U joint flanges has to come off to get at adjusting nut. Manual gives the torque specs.

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02-28-2013 14:41:49

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 Re: 562 Belarus in reply to Vapet, 02-28-2013 07:41:32  
Thanks will give it a try!

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03-02-2013 06:09:18

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 Re: 562 Belarus in reply to edborrson, 02-28-2013 14:41:49  
Vapet is correct.I believe you pull the rear flange down,4 bolts,then you will see a castleated nut.Pull out the cotter pin and tighten.I believe we used to tighten to around a 100ft.lbs,but you better double check the spec.It tightens up the clutch pack in the bearing housing.Very simple,only takes a few minutes.Also check the gear oil level in there.There's a small level/fill plug on it,gear oil.

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03-05-2013 05:09:00

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 Re: 562 Belarus in reply to Trkr, 03-02-2013 06:09:18  
I haven t had a chace to look at that clutch pack yet . I should of added that I could get the tractor to 4 wheel when it starts to slip buy pulling up on the lever that puts it in 4 wheel . I tighten that linkage before and now noticed it is loose again. What does that kick in ?

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03-05-2013 17:25:00

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 Re: 562 Belarus in reply to ed borrson, 03-05-2013 05:09:00  
There are 3 positions for the linkage when adjusted correctly.Down is 2wd,pull up to the next notch and that is automatic engagement when the rear wheels start spinning,only works going forward.When you pull the lever all the way up to the 3rd notch,that locks the 4wd in full time.

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