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Re: CA clutch

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04-28-2002 14:50:14

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You got to tell us more of what you mean by "not work".

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04-29-2002 04:05:04

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 Re: Re: CA clutch in reply to Tom, 04-28-2002 14:50:14  
When you press in the clutch pedal you can't shift into any gears with out it grinding

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04-29-2002 18:11:30

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 Re: Re: Re: CA clutch in reply to Andrew, 04-29-2002 04:05:04  
HaD A similar problem. It would release after a bit though. Tractor would keep going for a few feet when you steped on clutch too. Turned out to be a tight pilot braring/bushing. Lapped it out with some valve grinding compound and is OK. May not be your problem though.

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04-29-2002 18:16:25

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: CA clutch in reply to Tom, 04-29-2002 18:11:30  
Another problem that can happen and could be a safety issue is this. The pedal and its hinge point can wear so the pedal doesn't hit it's stop at the bottom of its travel. When this happens the pedal will keep going, go over center, swing down and reengage the clutch. It is quite a surprize when this happens. When I was a kid working on a farm I had the tractor at my house a mile or so away and for some reason my mother drove it back to the farm and as she got to the farm your and pushed in the clutch to stop for a closed gate, well you know, went right through the gate. Got to watch for worn linkage.

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04-29-2002 10:45:45

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 Re: Re: Re: CA clutch in reply to Andrew, 04-29-2002 04:05:04  
Andrew, Check the archives on this site for some responses by Dick L.. Try to start the tractor with the clutch pushed in and in gear. If it will shift like that after it's cranked you need to split the tractor at the other end of the torque tube and adjust the nut on the transmission. I think! Hope there is some adjustment left. Dale

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