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Allis Chalmers CA Hand Clutch Problems

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dantheapplered

01-12-2011 13:49:16




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I am having a problem with my hand clutch on my ca Allis Chalmer.

When I got the tractor the whole clutch was froze up. We sent clutch off to be repadded because we couldn't find one. We had metal plate turned down to match it. After put back together-It will run until it is put under a load then it starts slipping and smoking, then when it takes a hold it pulls good. When you let it set for a few days you have to start all over. I have adjusted the adjustment wheel back and forth, I have no Ideal what is causing it to slip. Open for any suggestions. There is a little grease on the brake housing above it but doesn't look like any on clutch. Can this clutch be put in backwards? Thanks

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R Sponenberg

01-13-2011 13:43:15




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 Re: Allis Chalmers CA Hand Clutch Problems in reply to dantheapplered, 01-12-2011 13:49:16  
Since you had the face turned down you have to take that same amount off the 3 tabs.Your clutch does not have enough spring pressure because the tabs are bottomed out...
Rob



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dantheapplered

01-13-2011 09:49:06




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 Re: Allis Chalmers CA Hand Clutch Problems in reply to j190, 01-12-2011 13:49:16  
I appreciate all of the feedback I have received. Thanks



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Tramway Guy

01-12-2011 19:15:19




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 Re: Allis Chalmers CA Hand Clutch Problems in reply to dantheapplered, 01-12-2011 13:49:16  
Perhaps the coefficient of friction on the lining material that you used was lower than it should have been.



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chalmersbob(pa)

01-12-2011 19:12:36




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 Re: Allis Chalmers CA Hand Clutch Problems in reply to dantheapplered, 01-12-2011 13:49:16  
There is a gentleman on the other board whose father had an AC dealership and he said they would grind a little off of 3 tabs to provide more pressure on the disc. Bob



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NYEthan

01-12-2011 15:59:35




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 Re: Allis Chalmers CA Hand Clutch Problems in reply to dantheapplered, 01-12-2011 13:49:16  
When my grandfather was useing the ca on the farm fulltime he ended up bolting it together. He used the half-tracks on it alot however. as long as you dont need the PTO to keep running when you push in the foot clutch lock it together.



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