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Richard G.

03-18-2010 05:35:51




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A friend just bought a good running WD but the hand clutch will not stay engaged. I have read that you can adjust by removing shims to bring the plates closer together. Can this be done without splitting the tractor through a removable cover? Thanks, Richard
PS. I have worked on a lot of tractors for over 40 years, but never a WD.




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chevytaHOE5674

03-18-2010 10:34:33




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 Re: WD hand in reply to Richard G., 03-18-2010 05:35:51  
Also there are 3 rollers that can wear grooves into the washer piece thing. You can undo the large snap ring and then turn the washer piece a few degrees so that the rollers are on fresh metal.



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JMS/.MN

03-18-2010 07:39:04




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 Re: WD hand in reply to Richard G., 03-18-2010 05:35:51  
Pretty easy to do, as long as it still has shims inside. Battery off, cover under battery off. Brass shims are in three locations on clutch assemblt- remove same number from each section, test by pulling back on clutch lever. Should be tight enough to hear/feel a snap. If no shims are there, or if all are removed and still no snap, then you need new clutch plates, and a split is required. Also check the operating yoke for wear- that is a two-piece- CRS says it can be replaced without a split. I&T AC-11 service manual has details.

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chevytaHOE5674

03-18-2010 05:45:29




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 Re: WD hand in reply to Richard G., 03-18-2010 05:35:51  
Yes the hand clutch can be adjusted without a split. The cover under the battery box needs to be removed. I would suggest getting a repair manual before diving in too far.



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