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F-12 Clutch peg

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Tom Fleming

06-08-2011 02:41:47

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Does anyone know if the peg that the clutch peddle mounts on is threaded into the frame rail, or is it a press fit? Welded? I am guessing it is threaded in, but don't have it cleaned up enough to tell yet..... .thought I would ask.

Mine is worn badley, and was looking to remove it and build up with weld, and turn back down..... I guess a bushing is also an option.

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Tom Fleming

06-08-2011 17:11:07

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 Re: F-12 Clutch peg in reply to Tom Fleming, 06-08-2011 02:41:47  
thanks guys. This is the tractor I am taking to shows this year, last year, it was the F-20. so, I am working to get it up to snuff.

Appreciate all the feedback.

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Pete in Holland, MI

06-08-2011 08:20:09

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 Re: F-12 Clutch peg in reply to Tom Fleming, 06-08-2011 02:41:47  
On my W-30, I laid a couple beads of weld on the worn spots and ground/filed/sanded them smooth & true. Bushed the hole in the pedal too.

Worked fine.

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Dave Allgire

06-08-2011 04:16:37

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 Re: F-12 Clutch peg in reply to Tom Fleming, 06-08-2011 02:41:47  
That "peg" is press fit into the side rail. I found a local shop that had a 50 ton press. They pushed out the old one and installed the new one. On one of mine they had to apply a little heat. Pins are available from Rice Equipment.

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06-08-2011 03:18:43

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 Re: F-12 Clutch peg in reply to Tom Fleming, 06-08-2011 02:41:47  
Tom, Not sure I never replaced one. oldiron29

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