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VAC grins gears w/clutch depressed

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DCPULLER

05-19-2006 20:40:18




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Got the VAC out of shop tonite to go pulling tomorrow and when I step on the clutch to put it in gear it grinds. If you slip it in fast you can get it in but if you fart around it will grind all day. I tryed to adjust the clutch but it didn't help at all. While in gear with clutch depressed it will try to move slightly but if you step on the brake it wont, dosen't pull rpms down either. Any help? DCPULLER

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C. Amick

05-24-2006 09:24:24




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 Re: VAC grins gears w/clutch depressed in reply to DCPULLER, 05-19-2006 20:40:18  
I agree, the lining is likely too thick. I had the same problem. You might try slipping it a little in 4th. gear or just take the tractor out and use it some.



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Bruce Nelson

05-20-2006 05:44:46




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 Re: VAC grins gears w/clutch depressed in reply to DCPULLER, 05-19-2006 20:40:18  
Puller, this happenned to me when I put a new clutch disk in my VAC. Turns out the new lining was just a bit too thick. I machined the flywheel deeper to compensate and it worked like it should. Bruce



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