Posted by CubBoy125 on October 08, 2012 at 19:18:53 from (126.96.36.199):
So I just bought my first JD. Over all the tractor is in great shape and just needs a few things here and there to really make it a nice ride. I noticed right away that there is a little bit of smoke coming from the clutch pulley. There was not any real heat to the touch so I figured there must be a slight oil leak causing the smoke. After removing the rear wheel (a nightmare) and removing the clutch assembly I didn't really find anything obvious. I cleaned up everything and greased all of the necessary parts and put it back together with new oil and a filter. I noticed a bit of smoke again after running the tractor. Any suggestions??? I'm a newbie to these JD's so I'm looking for any advice I can get.
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