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why a stop on the clutch,900

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11-27-2004 08:44:18

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Got the neighbors 900 running the other day but could,nt get her to move. Spotted an adjustment bolt on clutch release lever on left side transmission housing that limits the engagement,never seen that before. I loosened that up so it would allow that clutch to fully engage,then it worked fine. Does anybody know why that is there, never seen that before on any color of tractor.. Thanks John

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11-27-2004 14:35:54

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 Re: why a stop on the clutch,900 in reply to weldfixer, 11-27-2004 08:44:18  
That stop is used to adjust the clutch pedal free play. The pedal height is adjusted by varying the length of the rod.

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11-27-2004 10:13:23

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 Re: why a stop on the clutch,900 in reply to weldfixer, 11-27-2004 08:44:18  
It's the nature of the beast(5 spead tranny)or Did you want to catch up with the clutch pedal at the back of the step(grin). Most tractor clutch pedals pivot ahead or below the platform or step .The step or platform then also serves as a stop for the clutch pedel to return to. The 5 speed clutch pivot is mounted above the step thus a set screw is screwed into the linkage to serve as a return stop for the pedal. The double clutch also enters in to this, will save that explanation (if needed) till later.

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