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Re: engine block reconnection to clutch housing mf65

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welding man

06-05-2012 19:53:53

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2 stage clutch? If so,you have 2 set of splines to line up . Did you replace the pilot bearing. Did you check to see if it fit the shaft before installing in the flywheel. Did you check the clutch discs on the splines before assembly. Do you have alignment pins screwed into the transmission housing to help line everything up. Put the PTO in ground speed and turn the shaft. Nothing to it after about two or three clutch jobs a month for the last 30 years and I never use a pilot shaft, just eyeball it.

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rich o

06-06-2012 14:35:00

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 Re: engine block reconnection to clutch housing mf65 in reply to welding man, 06-05-2012 19:53:53  
welding man, good advice, backed it off visually lined up splines and grooves, used longer bolts to act as guides walked it in slowly, but with only about a pinkys width left ,heard a cracking sound and could no longer turn the crank. backed it ann off and pulled the block assembly away and found that i cracked the clutch plate, what a mess, i did not want to disassemble the clutch, you sound as though you have some experience under your belt, what do you figure now, is it time for me to find a pro to bail me out?

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