Re: Re: ROLL PIN in reply to Tim W, 02-03-2001 03:41:26
By thunder you hit the nail on the head. I had bought a new O.R. Clutch to accomodate that 3pt hitch, and sure nuff, I recall having laid it on the bench with the other nuts and bolts. Tnx a million. My memory ain't what it used to be. I owe ya one! "TU"
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Need a clutch shaft for a 46 Massey Harris 101 Jr., F162 Continental engine. About 18.25 inches long, to fit 1-1/8x 10 spline clutch disk. Bare shaft without sprocket or bearing is OK.
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