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'58 320 loader/backhoe clutch

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Jerome O'Brien

08-04-2006 06:48:39

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Hey all, I just got a '58 320 loader/backhoe. We got it running fine - however the clutch doesn't work at all and the pedal is just floppy, no tension at all. Is it too optimistic of me to hope that it's a linkage problem? I have read through a bit of the archives on this website - but I haven't found anything specific to my tractor except for a mention of an inspection hole to view the pressure plate and pin. I'm not sure where this hole is found. I have ordered the manual, but it's not here yet. Any ideas or comments are appreciated, thanks guys.

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jerome o'brien

08-05-2006 03:43:51

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 Re: '58 320 loader/backhoe clutch in reply to Jerome O'Brien, 08-04-2006 06:48:39  
Thanks for the reply. I"m going to be talking to a kid up the road today who was telling my friend he has already put a clutch into his dad"s 310 or 320 a few years ago - maybe he can clear up some of my confusion. I don"t know if my model is compatible with your machine, but I"ll let you know how I make out.

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R. Jones93

08-05-2006 02:55:48

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 Re: '58 320 loader/backhoe clutch in reply to Jerome O'Brien, 08-04-2006 06:48:39  
I don't know if you read my post below your, but it seems we may have the same problem. Our clutch doesn't have any tension either up till the last bit of travel. TexasWren gave me some advice that I'm going to try today. I'll keep you updated as to what I find.

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