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Farmer Gene (WI

04-14-2003 13:50:08




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The hand clutch made a heck of a noise and quit working. I took the batt box and the top cover off and it appears that the throw out bearing(I guess that's what you call it) is worn out on one side, its made of bronze and has an ear on each side. It's made in two halves and is bolted together, I can get the top bolt out but how do you get the bottom one out? Do I have to split the tractor to change it? Thanks for any help. Gene

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lenard

04-20-2003 03:16:01




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 Re: WD Hand Clutch in reply to Farmer Gene (WI), 04-14-2003 13:50:08  
Yes you will need to split the tractor to change the bearing.I split mine 4-19-03 because the splines on the clutch plates poped the rivets.All Iknow about the tractor is it has a wd 4cyl. gas engine.Still looking for year and model.I hope this helps a little.



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JMS/MN

04-14-2003 22:04:12




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 Re: WD Hand Clutch in reply to Farmer Gene (WI), 04-14-2003 13:50:08  
Been many years, but I think you'll have to split it, because the yoke holding the bronze part cannot move enough to release it, even if you could get to the bolt. And doesn't the bronze hold a separate bearing? Whatever, make sure to use/construct a splitting stand if you split it, narrow front is especially dangerous, and even if you block the wide front with wedges, you should still make a firm stand to hold the front half, then support the rear with a wheeled jack if you choose to move the rear half.

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