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need help with clutch problem on my wd,

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dave w

12-22-2003 11:34:34

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I think I need to put in a new clutch. My tractor grinds gears and from what I can tell the clutch never dis-engages. Do I need to split the tractor or is there an easier way. Could it possibly be somethig else wrong?

Appreciate all the help I can get.


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Dave K

12-22-2003 13:05:51

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 Re: need help with clutch problem on my wd, in reply to dave w, 12-22-2003 11:34:34  
If you are trying to shift using the hand clutch, this is normal. It runs in oil and will usually spin the tranny gears even when released. Worse when the clutch oil is cold or too heavy a weight.


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12-22-2003 12:15:34

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 Re: need help with clutch problem on my wd, in reply to dave w, 12-22-2003 11:34:34  
If you push the foot clutch in all the way, and forward motion does not stop, you could try adjusting the clutch from underneath the tractor, through the access cover, according to instructions in the OPERATOR/OWNER manual, but you likely need to replace the clutch----means pulling the engine. Don't need to split the side frames from the rear end- just remove the radiator and engine. As long as you have that apart- always replace the clutch throwout bearing as well.

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dave w

12-22-2003 20:27:34

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 Re: Re: need help with clutch problem on my wd, in reply to JMS/MN, 12-22-2003 12:15:34  
thanks for the info guy!!!

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