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200 Clutch

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01-14-2000 02:29:16

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Does anyone know how to adjust a clutch on an AC-200?

Thanks Gary

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01-15-2000 18:06:08

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 Re: 200 Clutch in reply to Gary, 01-14-2000 02:29:16  
Frist it must be desided is it main clutch or hi/lo clutch and pto clutch.Main clutch split tractor,hi/lo hy. pressure must be tested frist same with pto

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01-15-2000 17:09:30

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 Re: 200 Clutch in reply to Gary, 01-14-2000 02:29:16  
Gary: Which clutch are you asking about? The engine clutch or the power director clutch. If it is the engine clutch, then the only adjustment that you have is for the free play in the clutch pedal. To adjust the free play, remove the left hand side panel between the engine and platform. Remove the pin from the clevis on the clutch rod and screw the clevis out if you need more free play and in if you need less free play. If you have too much free play, the throw out bearing is probably frozen and wearing the fingers on the pressure plate. If this is the case, then you will have to split the tractor to replace the bearing and whatever clutch parts that need to changed. If you are having power director clutch problems then E-mail me with the symptoms and I will try to help. Have a good day.


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