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David T (MO)

02-11-2002 06:43:19

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You're right on track with the clutch. I'd also suggest replacing the front hydraulic reservoir seal while you have the clutch off.

Good luck!

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Dave in Mo

02-11-2002 07:44:09

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 Re: Re: WD CLUTCH in reply to David T (MO), 02-11-2002 06:43:19  
Dave, it sound as though you've put a new clutch your machine already. Did you remove just one siderail or did you have to disassemble the whole thing including steering box, engine, transmission, etc. or is there some trick to keep all these assemblies aligned. Just in case I ever have to work on my WD's clutch!

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David T (MO)

02-11-2002 21:30:43

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 Re: Re: Re: WD CLUTCH in reply to Dave in Mo, 02-11-2002 07:44:09  
I've only done the research on the WD45 clutch, not gotten my hands greasy... yet. I'm told that you can get the engine out without removing either rail or the front end. Remove the radiator and there should be just enough room to slide the engine forward to clear the clutch housing with a twist and a roll here and there.

The hydraulic seal is the reason I'm considering pulling the engine, but she's running too sweet to mess thing up yet. Until then, a couple of washers between the clutch housing and access plate to let the oil drain out, with a bucket under the tractor to trap the dribbles since kitty litter can't handle the volume. (I've cristened the bucket 'The Val-dez III' for the number of times I've forgotten to pull it out before driving off.) One of these days, I'll replace that seal... and the clutch... and rebuild the engine... just not yet.

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