With the springs loose, carefully drive a sharp putty knife in between the clutch plate and each driven side.. When you get it broken loose, leave the springs pretty loose and run it and let the clutch slip long enough to shine the plates, but not long enough to over-heat them.. Then tighten the springs just enough to keep the clutch from slipping during normal heavy use.. You NEED it to slip, if you hit any solid objects.. I would dust the clutch plates with some graphite, to keep them from setting up again.. I need to Dust the clutch on my JD 520 about twice a year, to keep it from getting too grabby..does NOT make it slip..
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