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WD45 TRANS CLUTCH NOISE?

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TED-N-ALLIS

05-07-2002 11:56:47




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Im replacing the trans clutch in My WD45.The last owner put in a wd 2 disk some time back.I found a used, suitable 3 disk replacement.With the new clutch installed it takes quite a bit of pressure to engage, and when disengageing it overcenters with a loud bang.I believe the bang is due to slop in the linkage.The disk spacing is ok.Is this normal operation?Will this banging break anything?.Fix slop in linkage?.Thanks in advance.

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Tom

05-07-2002 16:38:36




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 Re: WD45 TRANS CLUTCH NOISE? in reply to TED-N-ALLIS, 05-07-2002 11:56:47  
They do make a bang when releasing. You can adjust the pressure with shims between the clutch cover and the part it bolts to. I don't know thenames of the parts without looking in my books. It should be obvious where the shims are if you look. They are under the six (3 pairs of 2) bolts that hold the clutch together. Even with a limp feel the clutch may hold and work, they are over built, a hard pull isn't necessary to engage them, should be firm. Repair manual would help you , you should have one anyway.

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Tom Miller

05-08-2002 14:57:20




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 Re: Re: WD45 TRANS CLUTCH NOISE? in reply to Tom, 05-07-2002 16:38:36  
I just adjusted the clutch in my 45, and it has the same snap that yours has. I was worried for a little while, but i got over it.



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