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Need help replaceing a clutch

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07-16-2002 15:52:18

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I am thinking about replaceing the clutch on my 58 d-17. I have never done this before. Could some one out there give me any pointers on what it takes to do this? Am i right in asuming that i will have to pull the engine out to get to the clutch?
Also my lever the engages the pto is leaking oil around the shaft that goes into the torque tube. How had is it to pull that shaft and replace the o-ring?

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Doug in OR

07-19-2002 11:33:15

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 Re: Need help replaceing a clutch in reply to John, 07-16-2002 15:52:18  
I replaced a clutch on a WD back when I was a kid. The WD has rails, though. I'm trying to think... but I believe I removed everything in front of the engine and then slid the engine forward. It wasn't necessary to lift the engine off the rails. Then again, I may have suspended the engine above the rails. We are talking about something 35 years ago and some of my memory has gone soft. If the D17 has only a torque tube, then you'll need to split the tractor. That's something I've never attempted to do with an AC tractor.

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