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EarlyT035 - Belleville Clutch Interchangable with new style?

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02-02-2020 05:02:58

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My tractor is an early T035 1955 serial 159714

The main clutch is working fine.

My PTO clutch is dead and won't engage, well only when the engine is stopped. I have found some rivets in the inspection plate.

Looking at the parts diagram my early 1955 would need a Belleville clutch assembly 182463M93, the assembly is available in Canada but the price is close to $1000 Canadian.

The later style clutch kits are less than $400.

My question is are they interchangeable, can I fit the newer clutch model on the 1955?

I do see in this post https://forums.yesterdaystractors.com/viewtopic.php?t=1242614&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0

PTfarmer says "Most swap the clutch out to the later style clutch"

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Jim in Rush co

02-03-2020 17:54:23

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 Re: EarlyT035 - Belleville Clutch Interchangable with new style? in reply to scoobieguy, 02-02-2020 05:02:58  
My 1955 is #145609 and I had a hard time coming up with right disk.

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02-03-2020 17:08:47

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 Re: EarlyT035 - Belleville Clutch Interchangable with new st in reply to scoobieguy, 02-02-2020 05:02:58  
I haven't taken it apart yet but from my research you are right I see 2 types of flywheels on 35 tractors.

I got pictures from the internet.

Late 35-50 flywheel part 1750041M91

Early TO35 flywheel part 184879M91

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Dan S (NY)

02-03-2020 09:35:26

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 Re: EarlyT035 - Belleville Clutch Interchangable with new style? in reply to scoobieguy, 02-02-2020 05:02:58  
It's been a while since I took apart my 1955 TO35, but I'm pretty sure the flywheel is different between the early and later clutches. If so, you need to find a later style flywheel to convert.


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