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CA Clutch Adjustment

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Sel Larsen

06-14-2008 20:14:55




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I need to adjust the clutch on my 1955 CA. The owners manual says that I need a 1/4" gap between the push points on the forks and the throwout bearing, I believe. However, adjusting those three set screws through the small hole in the bell housing looks pretty impossible to both measure and adjust evenly for all three points. Does anyone have a trick that they learned to make it easier and more fool proof?

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Texas Denny

06-15-2008 06:32:34




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 Re: CA Clutch Adjustment in reply to Sel Larsen, 06-14-2008 20:14:55  
I don't recall any set screws inside the bell housing. This adjustment is to insure free play in the linkage so that the throwout bearing is at not spinning when the the tractor is in use. The adjustment is with the rod that runs from the clutch pedal to the bell housing. Remove it from the clutch pedal and release the locknut on the adjustment point if it still has one. Rotate the rod until there is the correct amount of free play - I usually do an inch to an inch and a half.

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