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CA Clutch or ?

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Rich123

05-19-2008 19:41:04




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Have CA when using loader digging in pile loader hydraulics continue to work and pto turns but tires quit turning. It used to spin tires when under load. If clutch is slipping why does pto turn and hydraulics work ?




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pipe

05-21-2008 13:57:47




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 Re: CA Clutch or ? in reply to Rich123, 05-19-2008 19:41:04  
Try ajusting it first , Remove the handle and rotate the ring. you wont have to move it very much maybe one or two notches then try brake cleaner on it. removing it for repair can be a real job.



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old

05-19-2008 20:53:23




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 Re: CA Clutch or ? in reply to Rich123, 05-19-2008 19:41:04  
I agree with Sid. Hand clutch is probably slipping not the engine clutch. The CA uses a differential clutch which unlocks the rear end and if it slips the wheels will not spin but every thing else will work



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Texas Denny

05-19-2008 20:52:38




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 Re: CA Clutch or ? in reply to Rich123, 05-19-2008 19:41:04  
Sid is corect.



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Sid

05-19-2008 20:38:49




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 Re: CA Clutch or ? in reply to Rich123, 05-19-2008 19:41:04  
If I am not mistaken, and memory serves me right, the CA has a hand clutch that controls the power to the wheels only. While the foot or engine clutch controls power to the entire tractor. If the hand clutch is slipping the wheels will stop turning and the PTO and hydraulics will continue to work.



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Rich123

05-20-2008 18:25:39




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 Re: CA Clutch or ? in reply to Sid, 05-19-2008 20:38:49  
how do you fix ?



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Sid

05-20-2008 18:36:14




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 Re: CA Clutch or ? in reply to Rich123, 05-20-2008 18:25:39  
You'll have to ask somebody else. Sorry but I never worked on one.



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LarryGor

05-20-2008 21:20:02




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 Re: CA Clutch or ? in reply to Sid, 05-20-2008 18:36:14  
It"s been a long time but my dad had a CA in the 50"s and the hand clutch disconnects the right hand drive axle between the output of the differential and the input to the final drive. If you remove the hand clutch lever there is an ajusting ring that can be turned by useing a tool similer to a brake shoe ajuster for a car.



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