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Alexthecharmer

05-24-2018 12:10:05




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My 1962 D14 will shift but won't move or if so,very slowly especially in reverse. Sometimes it will pick up and move ok. I'm assuming the clutch is about gone. I am owner/operator only...no mechanic. I have the manual and am confused about description of repairing, which I will hire out. One says remove engine first and then work on clutch. I am trying to figure out if this is worth doing. The engine is strong and tractor is basically solid. Any one who can estimate hours of work to fix this and does the engine have to be removed first?

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DGK

05-27-2018 14:53:13




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 Re: replacing the clutch in reply to Alexthecharmer, 05-24-2018 12:10:05  
Had a D15 last year acted same way, bell housing was full of mouse nest wouldn't let throw out bearing release. Cleaned out mouse nest worked good



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Nordic

05-24-2018 18:17:31




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 Re: replacing the clutch in reply to Alexthecharmer, 05-24-2018 12:10:05  
Be sure it's not the hi/lo clutch that's slipping. If it is, an adjustment may be all you need.



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Aaron SEIA

05-24-2018 12:57:58




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 Re: replacing the clutch in reply to Alexthecharmer, 05-24-2018 12:10:05  
Engine has to come out. If it's the same as a D17 the front end needs to come out as well. If not and it's just the engine I'd say its maybe a good Saturday project to remove, ship to Rick Corder, and the next Saturday to put back together. Not a horrible job.

AaronSEIA



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