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Stuck Clutch? Couple questions

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Errin OH

11-11-2002 07:17:18




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Just finishing up the new barn this weekend and went to load it up. Jump on the D19 and moved the Mower in, Then the bailer. After unhitching the bailer, I got back on the tractor, depress the clutch, and turned the key. Well to my suprise the tractor rolled back. ????? Put it in netrual and try again. (I know, but I think the mental laps was due to shock) and now its running and I can't put it in gear. Shut! Shut it down, and, turn key tractor moves. I did manage it get it free but, wow that was scary. I Was really freakin out wonderin if I'm backin somethin in and she decides to do that can I get to the key quick enough to save the back wall?

What tends to be the cause for this, It seem to have normal restance on the pedle. Rust, ???

What could I do to prevent this from happening? after freeing it I kinda rode the clutch for a minute or so to remove any rust build up and it didn't do it again.

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steve

11-11-2002 10:34:45




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 Re: Stuck Clutch? Couple questions in reply to Errin OH, 11-11-2002 07:17:18  
this is not uncommon on the C and B tractors a few years older. a little leak on the rear main seal of th eengine allows oil to get on the clutch plate and make it STICKY. Popping it loose like you did normally fixes the problem. I like to remove the starter motor and mix up some water and degreaser and spray it liberally in thru the starter hole and let it run out the bottom. Then hose it out and reinstall starter.

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