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1175 clutch problem

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08-27-2003 19:09:13

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I have been using the 1175 to cut and bale with most of the summer and has been working fine, and today i went to use it the clutch would not disengage to get it in gear, what is the problem? Need help. Thanks Ted.

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Jim Handke

08-28-2003 06:57:38

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 Re: 1175 clutch problem in reply to Ted, 08-27-2003 19:09:13  
We have run into this problem twice. The clutch throwout bearing slides on a hollow sleeve The pto shaft runs through the center of it. It's pressed into a housing that holds another bearing. When that sleeve works it's way loose, the throwout bearing pulls it along when you depress the clutch pedal. And since it sticks out pass the bearing, it rubs against the clutch disk,holding it against the flywheel. If this is bad, after you split the tractor, you have to pull the clutch housing off the transmission, because that bearing carrier comes off the back side.

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08-28-2003 03:05:43

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 Re: 1175 clutch problem in reply to Ted, 08-27-2003 19:09:13  
Ted, I have a 1170. There are two things that can keep the output shaft turning. 1. the friction drag in the clutch faces and 2. high drag in the pilot bearing in the flywheel.

If the clutch action seems normal i.e. no sudden change, the pressure plate is probably backing away from the clutch disc as it should. Also normal clutch pedal action would suggest the clutch facing has not broken up and wedged itself.

The clutch disc friction face could be held against the flywheel face if the female spline in the clutch plate cannot freely slip on the output shaft male spline. This would keep the output shaft turning. The spline may be galled or it may be worn with a step or notch on the male spline teeth.

A sudden problem suggests the pilot bearing may have ceased up or partially ceased up. Spline problems usually give some warnings or indications over time. Bearing ceasure can be sudden.

You might figure out a way to SAFELY crank the engine (no fuel) in gear with the clutch pedal depressed. If the engine turns and the tractor does not move, turn on the fuel and start it in gear with the clutch depressed. Again, be very careful because the pilot bearing could weld itself and cause the tractor to move. This action could also free up the clutch and get you through the day.

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08-29-2003 19:11:53

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 Re: Re: 1175 clutch problem in reply to Ron, 08-28-2003 03:05:43  
Ron and Jim, thanks very much for the info on the 1175 clutch problem, your both right as to the problem with it. Thanks again, Ted.

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