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Overrunning coupler issues

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K.Campbell

06-15-2020 08:30:18




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Was mowing the paths in my woods this last weekend, when the mower started banging and clanging. I thought initially it was a piece of wood caught up in my bush hog, nope... the drive shaft was intermittently stopping then starting back up abruptly. Anyhow, I shut the pto off and brought it home..I was a little worried it had somthing to do with the internals of my PTO, but the first thing I found was the overrunning coupler was turning both ways...I replaced it and all is good. How many have had a bad overrunning clutch? First time Ive ever had one go bad before...

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K.Campbell

06-24-2020 01:54:49




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 Re: Overrunning coupler issues in reply to K.Campbell, 06-15-2020 08:30:18  
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Ive been mowing paths through my woods with this bush hog and coupler ( Ive used different tractors) for many years. I just thought it odd.



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rew1953

06-19-2020 19:30:21




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 Re: Overrunning coupler issues in reply to K.Campbell, 06-15-2020 08:30:18  
I cannot say I have a bad clutch, but I have broken the 5/16 roll pin in the clutch twice. Both times were when I hit a hidden rock or old stump hidden in the tall grass. I grease the clutch each time before using it. Kind of a pain, but I cannot see any damage to the clutch after replacing the broken roll pin.



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marloweg

06-19-2020 19:19:18




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 Re: Overrunning coupler issues in reply to K.Campbell, 06-15-2020 08:30:18  
i bust one a year or one every other one shot of grease a day helps



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K.Campbell

06-15-2020 10:41:12




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 Re: Overrunning coupler issues in reply to K.Campbell, 06-15-2020 08:30:18  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see this was on my ferguson to30



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504

06-27-2020 08:25:29




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 Re: Overrunning coupler issues in reply to K.Campbell, 06-15-2020 10:41:12  
the ORC is the week link in the system,but $60.00 for a new one is still cheaper than buying a different tractor. Of course it is another reason to buy another tractor(wises need a reason, we don t)



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John Deere D

06-27-2020 11:52:47




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 Re: Overrunning coupler issues in reply to 504, 06-27-2020 08:25:29  
An ORC..........I think of the time the neighbors Ferguson Tea-20 did NOT have an overrunning clutch!
As the Tractor ploughed into the Chicken Coop.....then into the strawberry patch....the next thing down came the cloths LINE....................:(

Bob.....ORC are a must have.........:)



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