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400B PTO clutch adjustment

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Farmer76

03-20-2007 09:29:54




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I can see my pins for the clutch adjustment. In the book it says 1 pin is engaged and the other will be the one to pull back. Well they both seem to be engaged and it doesn"t matter which one I pull I can"t get it to turn. What am I missing here? As always any help is appreciated.




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BradnW

03-21-2007 15:44:31




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 Re: 400B PTO clutch adjustment in reply to Farmer76, 03-20-2007 09:29:54  
Hi there, it sounds like your getting the pin to pull out by your description in the post, I am assuming you can't turn it to make the adjustment..

You may have tried this already but when I did it, I pulled the pin, held the adjuster, then turned the pto shaft with my other hand moving a little at a time until the engagment lever felt like it took enough effort

hope that helps!



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DEDRICK

03-20-2007 14:27:45




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 Re: 400B PTO clutch adjustment in reply to Farmer76, 03-20-2007 09:29:54  
The pins one should be in and other should be out .The pins pull out a short distance,you need to look at them close to see which one is in. than as the pin is out to take up clutch push the pin and yoke (top ) away because the thead are right handed hope this will help. John



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