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CA differential clutch disc

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Shawn

01-05-2000 11:14:58




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I have removed the clutch out of the right rear axle on my CA and need to find a new/rebuilt clutch disc before I put everything back together. Anyone have any ideas were I may find one. The disc is about five or five and a half inches across. My usual sources have left me empty handed. Any help is appreciated!




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Jay

02-02-2000 20:51:30




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 Re: CA differential clutch disc in reply to Shawn, 01-05-2000 11:14:58  
Shawn, I found a rebuilder in Mass, Chelsey Clutch, they did mine for $50. I had them make mine a little thicker than orginal to up the spring pressure at assembly. When I got it all back together she did not slip one bit. I think the material gets hard and and a bit slipery with age.



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Phil Auten

01-05-2000 11:32:57




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 Re: CA differential clutch disc in reply to Shawn, 01-05-2000 11:14:58  
Shawn,
Try an outfit that repairs trucks (the big rigs) to get the relining material. Then you should be able to do it yourself.

Phil



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Brian

01-05-2000 14:35:15




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 Re: Re: CA differential clutch disc in reply to Phil Auten, 01-05-2000 11:32:57  
Have you tried AGCO? Unless it has been discontinued in the last year, AGCO has the kit to renew the friction material and all neccesary parts for a complete rebuild of the hand clutch. If its anything like mine, the springs are probably weak and should be replaced. Mine looked ok untill I compared them to the new ones. The old ones were a 1/4 inch shorter than the new ones. As you're probably aware, the hardest part is getting the axle housing on and off. Hope this helps, Brian.

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Shawn

01-06-2000 04:15:45




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 Re: Re: Re: CA differential clutch disc in reply to Brian, 01-05-2000 14:35:15  
Thanks for the help. I don't have an AGCO nearby but my local tractor place has provided me with AGCO part in the past. I think I will try to deal directly with AGCO on this one. I assumed that the springs were OK but you are probably right. I will try to get a complete rebuild kit. I don't want to EVER have to pull this axle housing off again!



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tadams

01-06-2000 04:47:01




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: CA differential clutch disc in reply to Shawn, 01-06-2000 04:15:45  
go to www. stratton.com this is the allis-chalmers forum page. They are AGCO dealer and can help you with parts if you can't find anyone else.
Tom



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Why is there a clutch of the differential? Isn't that for a diff lock?

01-06-2000 08:17:49




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: CA differential clutch disc in reply to tadams, 01-06-2000 04:47:01  
I thought CA's were way before diff locks.

Can someone enlighten me?

Thanks



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Phil Auten

01-06-2000 19:32:14




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: CA differential clutch disc in reply to Why is there a clutch of the differential? Isn't that for a diff lock?, 01-06-2000 08:17:49  
The CA has a "hand clutch" in the right axle. This allows the tractor to stop while the PTO continues to run. This allows the tractor to have a form of "live power" or at least "live PTO". Handy when a windrow suddenly gets a heavy clump in it and the baler needs some time to catch up. The tractor can stop while the baler continues to operate.
It is definitely not a differential lock.

Phil



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So the clutch is just in front of the differential, Right?

01-07-2000 09:47:11




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: CA differential clutch disc in reply to Phil Auten, 01-06-2000 19:32:14  



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Brian G.

01-08-2000 05:59:18




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: CA differential clutch disc in reply to So the clutch is just in front of the differential, Right?, 01-07-2000 09:47:11  
As Phil said, the clutch is on the right axle. In effect, it "breaks" the right axle, thereby stopping the forward motion of the tractor. A little like when you get one wheel on a patch of ice; that wheel spins and the tractor stops. I guess A-C took this route as it was the quickest and easiest means to an end. It works, but is not any where near as durable as the WD/WD-45 dual or triple plate clutch that runs in oil.

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