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310 case clutch

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Steve Hafner

01-11-2007 18:21:01

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I have a 310 case, it has 2, 81/2 inch clutch disks. my problem is that the clutch will not release. Any help would be appreciated

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01-13-2007 13:42:11

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 Re: 310 case clutch in reply to Steve Hafner, 01-11-2007 18:21:01  
I am working on that exact problem. If your tractor was sitting outside for some time(mine sat for about 2 years) the discs are probably rusted together,requiring the tractor to be split. The 8 1/2 inch double disc clutch was a heavy duty option. Parts are hard to find. I am having my discs and pressure plate rebuilt as we speak. I have a rebuilder here in N.Y. who found the parts I needed in case you can't find what you need.

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george md

01-12-2007 20:13:58

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 Re: 310 case clutch in reply to Steve Hafner, 01-11-2007 18:21:01  

Have you had the tractor apart , if so

my guess is you crushed the pressure plate

when you reassembled it .The splines for the

live hyd most likely were not lined up and if

you pulled it together with bolts it crushed

the cover assembly. Take it apart and press

the cover back into shape.


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fran 400puller

01-12-2007 15:13:10

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 Re: 310 case clutch in reply to Steve Hafner, 01-11-2007 18:21:01  
steve, you could try going down the drive way in high gear,then push in the clutch and jam on the brakes really hard.this should free it up if it is rusted.if you do this just be careful.if it is not seized check to make sure the release fingers are adjusted properlyand that clutch pedal freeplay is not excessive.good luck;fran

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