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Fixin' a MW hand clutch

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Jeff

08-07-2001 15:52:19




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I have an M&W hand clutch that doesn't want to work. The tractor looked like it had been left outside for a good many years and the rubber boot at the base of the clutch handle is gone. I would imagine that rain has gotten into the clutch and has rusted it together. when you take the front plate off, the whole thing will turn so i guess that part is rusted to the parts inside. How should i go about fixing this? Also, I have no light bar and i assume someone took it off cause the clutch handle and an implement lift on the other side got in the way. is there a way to have lights as well as these tall levers? thanks a lot!

jeff

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Michael Soldan

08-07-2001 19:27:12




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 Re: Fixin' a MW hand clutch in reply to Jeff, 08-07-2001 15:52:19  
Jeff, I haven't much experience with them but may help a little. My experience is one that was on a super H. You remove the brake pan housing and the brake on the left side and the clutch should slide out off of the shaft( counter shaft). The clutch will appear as a series of plates. My guess is that once out you will be able to clean up the surfaces and assess what damage has ocurred over the years. Some emery cloth will clean up a lot of the surface. I did see a posting on here sveral months ago by some one looking for this kind of clutch part. It seems to me there was a place in Illinois that still supplied some of the component parts. Hopefully a good cleaning and adjusted reassembly will get you on the right track. I think there were a lot of M&W clutches around at one time. Good luck from mike in Exeter Ontaio

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