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Jim

12-08-2003 16:54:29




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I have had to put a new cluch in my D-15 every year I put a new pressure plate, new clutch disk, and new throw out bearing but it only last a year, the foot pleld come out more that I like before the tractor move now the tractor cluch slips I don't know what to do can someone help me.




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Bob D 19

12-09-2003 15:12:51




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 Re: D-15 in reply to Jim, 12-08-2003 16:54:29  
Hi, Did you have the flywheel ground? they need to be put back into dim. after they wear down,
sounds like the right simptoms,I done the same thing. Bob



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steve

12-08-2003 18:31:53




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 Re: D-15 in reply to Jim, 12-08-2003 16:54:29  
Jim, is the clutch worn out after a year? or is it soaked with oil. If the rear seal leaks that could be a problem. If the clutch material is worn out in a year, you must not have the clutch fully engaged. possibly the springs or throw out fingers are adjusted wrong and not letting the clutch lock up properly. i would check the service manual and get proper spring length and finger adjustment if you are wearing it out.

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Bryan Smith

12-09-2003 12:33:07




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 Re: Re: D-15 in reply to steve, 12-08-2003 18:31:53  
I'd say Steve's right on top of it - we've never put a clutch in our D15 and it's been on the place and used lots for about 25+ years.



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