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Case 970 clutch

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Ken Johnston

05-21-2010 18:27:38

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Tractor shifts fine util it warms up a little. I can't get it into gear after running it for 10 minutes or so. Not much pedle on the clutch either. Pulls stong. Doesn't slip. I could use some idea on where to start. I hate to think about busting it in half. I would be greatful for any ideas or information.

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05-22-2010 18:45:32

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 Re: Case 970 clutch in reply to Ken Johnston, 05-21-2010 18:27:38  
If free pedal is correct, your looking at a split. Had one this spring with same symptoms. Dampener springs were breaking up and getting in the wrong places.

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05-22-2010 18:47:53

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 Re: Case 970 clutch in reply to dwag, 05-22-2010 18:45:32  
Above reply pertains to a dry clutch.

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05-21-2010 21:11:43

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 Re: Case 970 clutch in reply to Ken Johnston, 05-21-2010 18:27:38  
Can I assume that you have a straight 8 speed and conventional clutch? If so all that can be adjusted is the position of the pedal. If it holds good there is a chance that adjustment is all that is needed. There should be just a little free play on the pedal. To much and it will not release. Follow the linkage. Adjust it between the cab and the engine just behind the fuel filters.

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J Heitkemper

05-21-2010 20:43:16

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 Re: Case 970 clutch in reply to Ken Johnston, 05-21-2010 18:27:38  
Times like this make it great to have a Qaulified Case dealer around ,or to have mEl right down the road to stop by for a visit with his guage set ,... find someone who understands the P/Shift ..... You will be $$$$ ahead , instead of payingfor someones education to learn on your tractor at your expense, ...

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