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W9 clutch

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Howard Junkin

10-07-2014 14:29:48

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I just bought a 47 W9 that has a stuck clutch. Clutch plate is stuck to the flywheel It can be broke loose by putting the tractor against a tree and starting it. How can you keep this from happening ? It has a hand clutch.
Thanks Howard

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Roger in Iowa

10-09-2014 14:38:56

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 Re: W9 clutch in reply to Howard Junkin, 10-07-2014 14:29:48  
Since it has a hand clutch, just leave it disengaged when not in use.

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used red mn

10-09-2014 10:06:36

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 Re: W9 clutch in reply to Howard Junkin, 10-07-2014 14:29:48  
Some may cringe when I say this but in this case I would recommend a little clutch abuse. Once you have it loose put the tractor in road gear and set the throttle wide open. Then slowly engage the clutch until the tractor is up to road speed. Two or three treatments like this should shine up the surfaces. If not pulling apart will be your only option. I do wonder how long it sets between uses and weather it is shedded or not.

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10-08-2014 05:31:47

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 Re: W9 clutch in reply to Howard Junkin, 10-07-2014 14:29:48  
The problem is you're just breaking the rust, not getting rid of it.

Leave the tractor sit a while again, and the rust quickly fuses back together.

You need to get in there and clean it up, then figure out a way to protect the tractor from the weather or use it more often.

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10-07-2014 18:39:49

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 Re: W9 clutch in reply to Howard Junkin, 10-07-2014 14:29:48  
Pretty easy, block the clutch pedal down when not in use. If it is a Tub Chassis ypu can probably get access to it easily if cleaning or replacement is needed W/O splitting. Jim

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10-09-2014 17:01:14

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 Re: W9 clutch in reply to Janicholson, 10-07-2014 18:39:49  
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There is nothing easy about getting a 9 clutch out. :). Its like a puzzle!

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