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Grandpa love

01-05-2021 06:58:12




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My wife, who is much more detail oriented than I am, got the video scope and a gauge and has determined that the throw out bearing in question has the center worn out. So a new one has been ordered from this site. Tractor split ahead!




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MtMan

01-05-2021 15:52:14




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 Re: Cub clutch update in reply to Grandpa love, 01-05-2021 06:58:12  
When I put a new clutch and throw out bearing in my cub which I got from Steiners. It only lasted a few days. When I took it apart the bearing was ruined. I contacted the supplier and was told the Massey Harris Pony and the AC G all take the same clutch and there is never a problem with Ac G or the Pony. Just on the cub because the fingers usually are not set properly. When it went back together and the fingers adjusted properly, no problems for a few years now. Good Luck and the fingers can be adjusted through the bottom hole, but its kind of tricky.

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GENE BENDER

01-05-2021 13:37:54




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 Re: Cub clutch update in reply to Grandpa love, 01-05-2021 06:58:12  
So are you going to the graphite one or do an up date and go with a bearing



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Grandpa love

01-05-2021 15:39:40




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 Re: Cub clutch update in reply to GENE BENDER, 01-05-2021 13:37:54  
Gene, just going with graphite.



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old

01-05-2021 16:32:29




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 Re: Cub clutch update in reply to Grandpa love, 01-05-2021 15:39:40  
I'd get the newer type they last longer and work far better but I would also do the whole clutch job



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old

01-05-2021 08:50:02




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 Re: Cub clutch update in reply to Grandpa love, 01-05-2021 06:58:12  
If I where you I'd order the whole clutch kit and do the clutch while you have it split and your likely to be $$ ahead by doing so.

By the way did you get something in the mail yesterday??



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wh

01-05-2021 07:11:32




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 Re: Cub clutch update in reply to Grandpa love, 01-05-2021 06:58:12  
Double check your pressure plate fingers when you get in there. If they have worn a sharp edge they will promptly wear out your new throw out bearing.



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47fivewindow

01-05-2021 07:04:36




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 Re: Cub clutch update in reply to Grandpa love, 01-05-2021 06:58:12  
I soak them in oil for few days before installing.



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Grandpa love

01-05-2021 15:40:30




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 Re: Cub clutch update in reply to 47fivewindow, 01-05-2021 07:04:36  
What does soaking in oil do?



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47fivewindow

01-05-2021 16:52:00




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 Re: Cub clutch update in reply to Grandpa love, 01-05-2021 15:40:30  
The graphite is porous. It relies on a cheap grease slowly separating and the oil keeping the surface slippery. This time of year I would throw it in a pan and gently heat it on the stove to impregnate the bearing. Just motor oil, nothing special. This was the standard procedure at the IH dealer I work for years ago. We would take the one out of the oil filled coffee can and put the dry one in till next time.

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47fivewindow

01-05-2021 17:05:00




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 Re: Cub clutch update in reply to 47fivewindow, 01-05-2021 16:52:00  
Oh yeah, don't forget to point the grease fitting down. BTDT



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