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Re: what is it what does it do

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Bishop

06-17-2003 19:31:33




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keep on guys it sounds like you might be onto something..the subject of discussion is on the left side of the tractor within two inches of the lever for the PTO at about 11:00 my serial number is 15683 so it indicates it is an earlier model.

I have to be out of town eights days but I will get photo asap if no one comes with firm answer.




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Bill Seifert

06-18-2003 21:05:09




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 Re: Re: what is it what does it do in reply to Bishop, 06-17-2003 19:31:33  
I have a perfectly working hand clutch on my Jubilee. This little knob on a (live pto option) like mine is not a knurled knob. It is a flat (wing nut looking) knob you turn 90 degrees to allow this option to work or not. It controls or dirverts the oil into the valve that operates the clutch pack. There are small 1/4" hyd lines running to it. These lines go to a small pump mounted on the right side of the engine. The only job this small pump does is provide pressure to this option. When the clutch pack is not used, a spring engages a locking collar that is direct drive. All this clutch pack goes into the space where the connecting link goes between the trans and the rearend. It is a fairly complex option. Seif.

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