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AC D19 clutch problems

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08-02-2003 16:18:02

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My cousin has this D19 and has some clutch slipping problems. There is alot of oil or grease around the area and I suspect a leaking seal or something. The question I have is ....Is it a major problem to take the tractor apart and fix the seal and replace the clutch pressure plate and disc?????
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08-04-2003 04:09:17

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 Re: AC D19 clutch problems in reply to Dave, 08-02-2003 16:18:02  
Hi Dave. I can't really tell you on a D19, I put a clutch and rear main seal in a D17 about a month ago, so what I'm telling you is based on that. Its not really that hard to do, main thing is that you're gonna be dealing with some heavy parts, so you want to be sure and be CAREFUL and have the necessary equipment to handle it. You'll split the tractor between the motor and clutch housing and then roll it ahead and start taking it apart. On the D17 the oil pan has to come off to put the rear main seal in, not sure about yours. Actually I thought putting the pan gasket back on was the hardest part of the whole thing. I put new front and rear seals in mine (this was a swap from a combine, so I had the engine by itself) I ended up spending some $$ on it, new clutch disc, new pilot bearning and throwout bearing... You're gonna need blocks, and jack stands, and a cherry picker or movable hoist and a level floor to work on. Go for it!

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