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AC model CA slipping hand clutch

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Jay

08-08-1998 09:59:27




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I have a 1955 model CA. The hand clutch slips. Does any
one know of a source which sells new friction disks?




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Howard Hutchens

08-14-1998 18:19:55




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 Re: AC model CA slipping hand clutch in reply to Jay, 08-08-1998 09:59:27  
: I have a 1955 model CA. The hand clutch slips. Does any
: one know of a source which sells new friction disks?

How bad is it slipping, there is an adjusting hub just below the the hand lever . I have had success adjusting the clutch with this in the past. Been awhile but believe turning
the hub clockwise tightens. Howard



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jay

08-23-1998 05:46:40




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 Re: Re: AC model CA slipping hand clutch in reply to Howard Hutchens, 08-14-1998 18:19:55  
: : I have a 1955 model CA. The hand clutch slips. Does any
: : one know of a source which sells new friction disks?

: How bad is it slipping, there is an adjusting hub just below the
: the hand lever . I have had success adjusting
: the clutch with this in the past. Been awhile but believe turning
: the hub clockwise tightens. Howard

Thanks Howard for the info, as far as slipping, it is not too bad. I will attempt to adjust. Most of what is covered in manuals appears to be adjustments to make it release, nothing is mentioned about slipping.

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jay

08-23-1998 05:42:09




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 Re: Re: AC model CA slipping hand clutch in reply to Howard Hutchens, 08-14-1998 18:19:55  
: : I have a 1955 model CA. The hand clutch slips. Does any
: : one know of a source which sells new friction disks?

: How bad is it slipping, there is an adjusting hub just below the
: the hand lever . I have had success adjusting
: the clutch with this in the past. Been awhile but believe turning
: the hub clockwise tightens. Howard



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Dan D.

08-09-1998 07:54:32




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 Re: AC model CA slipping hand clutch in reply to Jay, 08-08-1998 09:59:27  
: I have a 1955 model CA. The hand clutch slips. Does any
: one know of a source which sells new friction disks?

You can go right to the dealer and get a new lining kit which includes the two linings and rivets. E-mail me if you'd like the part number as I don't have it with me at the moment.



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NEW YORK SAM

08-08-1998 16:13:26




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 Re: AC model CA slipping hand clutch in reply to Jay, 08-08-1998 09:59:27  
: I have a 1955 model CA. The hand clutch slips. Does any
: one know of a source which sells new friction disks?

CENTRAL TRACTOR IS A GOOD SOURCE



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