About the only thing that may be a bit out of the ordinary in replacing the M clutch without splitting the tractor is that you remove every other PPA mounting blot and install them back into the pressure plate to compress the springs. Other than that it is a matter of removing the LiftAll pump, disconnecting and removing the drive shaft coupler,release the clutch pedal return spring, and remove the two bolts that hold the release bearing pilot tube to the clutch housing. At that point you can usually remove the drive shaft from the clutch disk. Some times you have to remove the other three bolts from the PPA to be able to slide the shaft out. Once the shaft is out the PPA and disk will come out.
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