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Re: Looking for 1958 CASE 400 PTO clutch replace/repair
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That bolt is not factory nor is that long pin on the other end of same links. Check pic 1, see how tight those pins and links are, that is factory. You don't want that kind of slack there as the engagement force can cant the links and possible break the ends of the links similar to the link in the 2nd pic.
I would be very leery of putting a grade 5 bolt there with all that slack, better to bent/break an ungraded or grade 2 bolt than one of those links which would probably be very difficult to find. Better yet eliminate the slack problem. IIRC those pins in some of the clutches had shoulders for the larger holes in some links but that may not be true in all designs especially older ones.
These pics are from someone here, either pto of propulsion hand clutch don't remember which.
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