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02-24-2013 20:44:43

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There is an exploded parts diagram on the John Deere web site. The service manual uses several pages of illustrations and diagrams for assembly. Best way to avoid broken parts, frustration and risk of a runaway tractor. Is to call 1-800-522-7448 and order the manual. Did you change the inside fiber disk?

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David G

02-25-2013 08:52:49

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 Re: JD 720 CLUTCH in reply to buickanddeere, 02-24-2013 20:44:43  
B&D, I have long wondered, are you selling manuals?

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730d se

02-25-2013 09:46:06

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 Re: JD 720 CLUTCH in reply to David G, 02-25-2013 08:52:49  
I guess it would make one wonder if someone is pushing an agenda to sell manuals if they suggest it constantly.
To the ones on here that actually work on and rebuild our own tractors, it is easy to see why B & D always suggest a manual.
It is fine to ask questions if you have the manuals and are stumped, but too many times folks are throwing a question that would be answered if they owned and read the manuals.
I also highly suggest not skimping to buy the I & T brand, they can get you by but lack a lot of detail in many cases.
No way I would tackle this stuff without the manuals.
Case in point, while replacing the oil seal on the tranny side of the Power shaft PTO on a 730, it would appear that the shaft can be driven out. NO SO, it has a gear pump inside the housing and the housing with idler gear must be removed before the shaft will come out without severe damage.
The manual makes it crystal clear.

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David G

02-25-2013 10:17:59

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 Re: JD 720 CLUTCH in reply to 730d se, 02-25-2013 09:46:06  
I would not dispute that a manual is best, but there are sometimes subtle learned things that are not in the manual.

Just wondering if B&D is selling manuals.

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02-25-2013 12:46:58

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 Re: JD 720 CLUTCH in reply to David G, 02-25-2013 10:17:59  
I have seen B & D on here a for long time and he has never tried to sell me or anyone else a manual since he gives Ma Deere's toll free number and/or their web site as a point of sale.

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David G

02-25-2013 15:02:37

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 Re: JD 720 CLUTCH in reply to 730d se, 02-25-2013 12:46:58  
I never knew who it was, thanks.

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