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Case CC clutch is stuck

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tractorhank

08-20-2011 10:14:52




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My Case CC clutch was working great about 1 1/2 years ago when I started preparing it for painting. Finally got it all painted and put together and it runs great but I can't get the clutch to release. I am assuming it got stuck together while sitting. How do I get it unstuck? Is it a dry or wet clutch? I got the tractor rolling and got it in 1st gear and drove it around hoping the clutch would release, but it did not. HELP!! I don't want to have to split the tractor.

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Old Rusty

08-20-2011 10:57:38




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 Re: Case CC clutch is stuck in reply to tractorhank, 08-20-2011 10:14:52  
If you can get it running in high gear keep brakeing and opening the throtle putting a load on it.If this will not free it up, You can take the inspection plate off of the left side and slide the assembly back as far as you can,you shold be able to get it loose , After you get it unstuck NEVER engage the cluth and leave it engaged while parked. While the Engine is running you need NOT ENGAGE the clutch and take it out of gear like the folks with the Green ones do, this is a wet clutch and it will not hurt it to sit and Idle with the clutch disengaged. Hope this helps you.

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jim lutz

08-20-2011 10:30:25




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 Re: Case CC clutch is stuck in reply to tractorhank, 08-20-2011 10:14:52  
find a steep hill, keep the clutch depressed and the tractor in high gear, hit the throttle time after time, that will sometimes free it, another way as put it in gear, tie the clutch down and put pressure on it, tighten up preferably with a tow strap, keep pressure on it



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tractorhank

08-20-2011 10:35:40




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 Re: Case CC clutch is stuck in reply to jim lutz, 08-20-2011 10:30:25  
Jim, when you say tie the clutch down are you talking about the hand clutch lever or the belt pulley. Please explain in more detail what you mean. Also this is a steel wheeled tractor so driving at any high speed is nearly impossible. Hank.



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Old Rusty

08-20-2011 11:00:50




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 Re: Case CC clutch is stuck in reply to tractorhank, 08-20-2011 10:35:40  
Since A CC is a hand clutch all you need to do is put in th diegaged position RG



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