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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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Oliver 77 clutch change ??????????

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Showdown

02-07-2013 10:16:33
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Does anyone known if I can change the clutch without pulling the engine, if so how is it done? Thanks for any help.




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chucksoliver77

02-07-2013 20:06:50
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 Re: Oliver 77 clutch change ?????????? in reply to Doug A. Mn, 02-07-2013 10:16:33  
how big is your engine and how much power does it make? that will tell us what you need for a clutch. Chuck



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Showdown

02-07-2013 19:18:28
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 Re: Oliver 77 clutch change ?????????? in reply to Showdown, 02-07-2013 10:16:33  
I did remove the pto. The clutch and press. plate are stock. I'am trying to get and idea of what to replace it with if it does fail in the future. If I pull the bell housing off can I see the amount of wear left on it? Where do I get a replacement?



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Showdown

02-07-2013 14:30:29
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 Re: Oliver 77 clutch change ?????????? in reply to Showdown, 02-07-2013 10:16:33  
What do I use, where do I get a new clutch disc if needed. I do tractor pull this 77. Thanks...



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J.Wondergem

02-07-2013 16:14:13
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 Re: Oliver 77 clutch change ?????????? in reply to Showdown, 02-07-2013 14:30:29  

I'd go to a place that rebuild truck clutches and see about a ceramic clutch disk, and a new pressure plate.



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Showdown

02-07-2013 14:22:15
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 Re: Oliver 77 clutch change ?????????? in reply to Showdown, 02-07-2013 10:16:33  
Mine doesn't have the belt pulley. Does the bell housing come right out off the tractor when unbolted, does this then let you remove press. plate and replace clutch if needed? Thanks.



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K. Schwiebert

02-07-2013 18:44:14
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 Re: Oliver 77 clutch change ?????????? in reply to Showdown, 02-07-2013 14:22:15  
Yes. Since you pull it do you have a PTO or did you shed it remove the weight? Which clutch do you have? You can put a bigger clutch that standard in there.



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Schim

02-07-2013 12:36:04
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 Re: Oliver 77 clutch change ?????????? in reply to Showdown, 02-07-2013 10:16:33  
Do you have a belt pulley on it? If so you more than likely will have to pull the motor.If you dont just take the pto clutch housing off, unbolt the pto clutches, and pull the long shaft out. Dont have to pull it out all the way unless you want to look at it. Then take the sheet metal off, unhook the coupler to the trans, and unbolt the bell housing and pull it out.



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J. Schwiebert

02-07-2013 13:33:41
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 Re: Oliver 77 clutch change ?????????? in reply to Schim, 02-07-2013 12:36:04  
You fold the panel over, take the pulley housing off and let the engine in. We used to change 2 a day out in the country if the farmer would agree to remove the sheet metal and the fuel tank



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J. schwiebert

02-07-2013 12:31:29
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 Re: Oliver 77 clutch change ?????????? in reply to Showdown, 02-07-2013 10:16:33  
Yes, we used to do them all the time. Kep point remove the long PTO shaft first. Does your tractor have the belt pulley drive housing?



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