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B clutch disc

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tooltimejim

11-22-2011 15:15:16




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I see you can get a spring loaded disc or a regular disc without springs. does one work better or preferred as a replacement. thanks Jim




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rustyfarmall

11-23-2011 06:19:01




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 Re: B clutch disc in reply to old, 11-22-2011 15:15:16  
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If the original type lasted for 60 some odd years, how can you improve on that?



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tooltimejim

11-23-2011 10:58:40




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 Re: B clutch disc in reply to rustyfarmall, 11-23-2011 06:19:01  
thats very true



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PhilMunsonNY

11-22-2011 15:51:25




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 Re: B clutch disc in reply to tooltimejim, 11-22-2011 15:15:16  
Wait until one of those darling springs falls out of the hub; yee hah!! It makes one sooo happy they spent a few more bucks on a clutch, split the tractor again, and usually eat the cost of the clutch. Solid hubs for me! HTH, best, Yeoman



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tooltimejim

11-22-2011 16:02:15




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 Re: B clutch disc in reply to PhilMunsonNY, 11-22-2011 15:51:25  
ya, The one I have is solid, I think I will stick with a solid disc.



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tooltimejim

11-22-2011 16:02:15




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 Re: B clutch disc in reply to PhilMunsonNY, 11-22-2011 15:51:25  
ya, The one I have is solid, I think I will stick with a solid disc.



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old

11-22-2011 18:35:53




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 Re: B clutch disc in reply to tooltimejim, 11-22-2011 16:02:15  
The ones with out the springs are the old type and the ones with the springs are the new type. Look at what is used in cars and trucks and you will find most have the spring type for many reasons. The spring type in the long run is less hard on the drive train then the solid ones and they also seem to last longer and are more forgiving of a person who dumps the clutch. Also not real easy to drop a spring out of them and in all my years have only seen 2 that the springs went bad in and that is 40 or so years of messing with clutches

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tooltimejim

11-22-2011 20:34:28




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 Re: B clutch disc in reply to old, 11-22-2011 18:35:53  
the price is a bit more for the spring style, but was wondering if more people use the new style or old style? thanks Jim



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Dick L

11-23-2011 02:25:02




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 Re: B clutch disc in reply to tooltimejim, 11-22-2011 20:34:28  
I wouldn't worry to much either way. I doubt very much that you will spend 8 to 10 hours a day seven days a week where the clutch gets a workout like the tractor was intended to be used when manufactured.



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tooltimejim

11-23-2011 05:57:06




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 Re: B clutch disc in reply to Dick L, 11-23-2011 02:25:02  
very true,. a trip to the mail box, A ride through the woods to check the deer food plots. This B is retired, but likes to go for rides!



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Herb in Mapleton

11-22-2011 15:27:51




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 Re: B clutch disc in reply to tooltimejim, 11-22-2011 15:15:16  
the one with springs wont chater



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Dick L

11-23-2011 08:31:03




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 Re: B clutch disc in reply to Herb in Mapleton, 11-22-2011 15:27:51  
The one without won't either they way you will use it. If you were backing wagons loaded with hay or grain up a grade into a barn or something of that nature you might be concerned. Or you are a clutch slipper by nature. Dad would ride on the fender of the Oliver 77 when I started out in a field for a coupla rounds. After the tractor was moving and I still had my foot on the clutch he gave my foot a good kick to get it off the clutch. He would then say clutches cost money and field time.

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Dick L

11-23-2011 08:30:24




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 Re: B clutch disc in reply to Herb in Mapleton, 11-22-2011 15:27:51  
The one without won't either they way you will use it. If you were backing wagons loaded with hay or grain up a grade into a barn or something of that nature you might be concerned. Or you are a clutch slipper by nature. Dad would ride on the fender of the Oliver 77 when I started out in a field for a coupla rounds. After the tractor was moving and I still had my foot on the clutch he gave my foot a good kick to get it off the clutch. He would then say clutches cost money and field time.

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