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Allis ca hand clutch bolt up how to do it.

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02-15-2012 19:18:20

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Have a nice running tractor but the hand clutch slips. Tried adjusting it but it did not help. So I pulled the axle out tonight and have the clutch pack out. What do I need to do to bolt it up? What size bolts and how many? Does there need to be anything taken out to make it a straight axle. I plan on using nice tractor for pulling so I don"t want to rebuild this expensive clutch and burn it out again.

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jim wachob

04-26-2012 13:57:58

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 Re: Allis ca hand clutch bolt up how to do it. in reply to PH, 02-15-2012 19:18:20  
Did you ever get an answer my ca is doing the same thing I want to know how before i pull it apart.

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02-15-2012 20:36:55

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 Re: Allis ca hand clutch bolt up how to do it. in reply to PH, 02-15-2012 19:18:20  
You can buy the clutch disc for about $130, but if you want to ruin a good clutch unit to make it into a puller, sell it to someone who wants to keep the tractor original. Then buy the one piece axle shaft for the left side of the CA, replacing the two piece on the right side.

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02-15-2012 19:46:22

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 Re: Allis ca hand clutch bolt up how to do it. in reply to PH, 02-15-2012 19:18:20  
either axle out of a C may also work to eliminate the hand clutch. Pull the hand clutch and sell it to somebody that needs one like me:)

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Ted in NE-OH

02-15-2012 19:30:17

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 Re: Allis ca hand clutch bolt up how to do it. in reply to PH, 02-15-2012 19:18:20  
Get a left axel and use it on the right side. That eliminates the clutch all together.

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