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Question on splitting 530

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07-12-2017 17:13:23

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I may need to split my 530 so I can remove the crank out of the engine. This tractor has the hand clutch and the foot clutch, triple range tranny. I've split D's, S's and vac's and the 500D. Is there anything I need to know about the two clutch set up before I split it? Thanks, Dick

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07-13-2017 11:30:43

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 Re: Question on splitting 530 in reply to Dacaseguy, 07-12-2017 17:13:23  
The hand clutch is part of the transmission as John said. The main clutch is very simple, you shouldn't have any problems with the split. When going back together trying to get both the pilot shaft and pump shaft to mesh up can be trying if things don't line up just right. As others have said on here before don't try to force it by drawing the bolts in. I ended up taking inspection plate off pump housing and wiggling the pump shaft by hand when going back together to get everything lined up right.

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John Saeli

07-13-2017 05:40:24

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 Re: Question on splitting 530 in reply to Dacaseguy, 07-12-2017 17:13:23  
Dick: Other than all the external "stuff", it is an easy split, similar to the VAC. The Hand Clutch is not a concern because that is deep within the Torque Tube, not the Clutch Housing. Good Luck.

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