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Kelly C

09-21-2002 17:49:58




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I am curious, I know my Grandfathers WD45 had a hand clutch that gave a live PTO.
What other AC tractors had the hand cluch? I saw a WD with one today and it made me wonder.
Kelly




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Tom

09-21-2002 18:35:52




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 Re: Hand clutch question. in reply to Kelly C, 09-21-2002 17:49:58  
Back around the time of the WD and 45, the only other AC with a hand clutch was a CA. The WD and 45 are basically the same tractor. The 45 is an improved version of the WD although many improvments were made as running production changes too. Later on the D series tractors had a two speed hand clutcn, high forward, neutral in the center, and low to the rear, called the Power Director.



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Kelly C

09-21-2002 19:41:53




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 Re: Re: Hand clutch question. in reply to Tom, 09-21-2002 18:35:52  
Do all of the wd's have the hand clutch?
I see lots of WD's around for sale but not many 45's. If so I think I may just get me one.



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willie

09-21-2002 20:13:13




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 Re: Re: Re: Hand clutch question. in reply to Kelly C, 09-21-2002 19:41:53  
Kelly C -Yup, hand clutch was standard on WD.
It is a wet(runs in oil) type. Can slip it as much as needed doing heavy pto work and not hurt it a bit.
Willie



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