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350U clutch plate ID help

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George

03-05-2002 17:23:48




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For my IH 350 utility (gasoline) I picked up a remanufactured cluth plate at my (almost) local IH dealer and the replacement only has 4 pads on it whereas the old clutch plate had basically a continuous pad all the way around the plate. Is the four pad replacement the correct one and acceptable to use or not? Any of your thoughts are welcome. The part number of the replacement is 384633R91R.




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Salvage Man

03-06-2002 08:01:59




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 Re: 350U clutch plate ID help in reply to George, 03-05-2002 17:23:48  
I grind a lot of flywheels off of tractors that have had a button clutch and a woven disc. The only difference between the two types of clutch's is the flywheel that had a woven disc looks better when you take the clutch off. When you grind the flywheels the amount that is removed is about the same. Also a button clutch lasts longer than a woven clutch. If I can get a button clutch for an IH tractor I will put it in. And I also recommend that everyone else do the same.

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RPM

03-06-2002 06:22:05




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 Re: 350U clutch plate ID help in reply to George, 03-05-2002 17:23:48  
You have got a HD clutch disc called by IH DYNA-LIFE, they were used in 706 through 1586, this disc is fine if you use the tractor for heavy tillage as a example, however 300u is mostly used for loader or such, would not use this clutch in my own tractor for this application. The part number for the std woven disc is 360488R92. I believe this is still available new from CNH & a lot of reman shops could supply also.

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RPM

03-06-2002 10:49:51




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 Re: Re: 350U clutch plate ID help in reply to RPM, 03-06-2002 06:22:05  
Will stand by my original statement, button clutch are ceramic hard pads, will cut flywheel & pres plate like a turning lathe, also contributes to hard shifting on certain models. We put in softer clutch disc so it would wear out only itself if it was available on older tractors for loader work. You can get either for H/M/300/400/560, 06 and up no choice. I have had some background in this business, only been at it since 1960.

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George

03-06-2002 06:46:12




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 Re: Re: 350U clutch plate ID help in reply to RPM, 03-06-2002 06:22:05  
RPM why would you not use the Dyna-Life clutch, a heavy duty clutch for loader operations? How about mostly for bush-hogging?



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Dave

03-05-2002 18:07:36




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 Re: 350U clutch plate ID help in reply to George, 03-05-2002 17:23:48  
HI I have a 350 u also, had clutch out a few years back I dont remember now what i put in ,,but that 4 pad disc sounds like it might be a ceramic clutch I would NOT put that in mine if i had a choice have seen them in truck's and they are bad hardly no slipping at all its either in or out and they tend to wear preasure plate and flywheel alot more then a regular disc..I somewhat remember that the clutch disc from a chevy pickup might fit that?? maybe a standard 14 inch disc?? unsure now,,maybe u could check that out ?? did you call Bates and see what they have for a disc?? I think I got mine from Bates ?hope this helps www.batescorp.com Dave

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