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joe201

06-14-2015 15:40:24




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Been baling alot of hay with 3 cyl ford 3000 8 speed for 6 years now and no trouble. Clutch isn't slipping but the pedal doesn't feel like it use to. My question is the triangle clutch disc better ?? I probbaly won't change it until after last cutting but I would like to have a new clutch just in case.I'm half done with first cutting and still have about 1500 to go.Question # 2 I have a 54 naa great tractor 45 lbs oil pressure is it big enough to pull a 275 nh square baler? All I do is bush hogg and rake hay with it.Things are going to good just coming up with a back up.

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Joe

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rmg

06-15-2015 18:19:14




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 Re: 3000 clutch ? in reply to joe201, 06-14-2015 15:40:24  
I have a 75 3000 and I do not think the triangle button clutch is a better clutch. That is why the last of the 3000's came with the regular clutch from the factory. I have had my tractor since it was new and still has the original trans and pto double clutch. Don't pull a hay baler with it but does have a FEL so clutch has seen a lot of use.



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joe201

06-15-2015 16:14:42




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 Re: 3000 clutch ? in reply to joe201, 06-14-2015 15:40:24  
The tires on the naa aren't loaded, but I'll give it a try when it dries up. So is the triangle clutch better than the regular round ones ? or is there a heavy duty clutch for my 74 3000.I'm going to order a new clutch and have on hand just in case.
Thanks Joe



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Texasmark1

06-15-2015 06:18:42




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 Re: 3000 clutch ? in reply to joe201, 06-14-2015 15:40:24  
I pulled a JD 14T with a 2000D on rolling hills with no wagon and did ok, nothing stellar but it baled hay....Only problem I had was that I had to watch what's going on in front of me as it had a tranny PTO and no overrun clutch and you know the rest of the story.



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old

06-14-2015 17:23:59




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 Re: 3000 clutch ? in reply to joe201, 06-14-2015 15:40:24  
The NAA is a tad bit light for pulling a baler unless you have flat ground and NO wagon behind. Has just enough HP but the baler is almost as heavy as it is so hill may not be a good thing and a wagon for sure not good.



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kub6040

06-14-2015 17:09:55




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 Re: 3000 clutch ? in reply to joe201, 06-14-2015 15:40:24  
The NAA should pull a baker it will be loaded and you won't have a second clutch to keep the pro turning so planning ahead is a must , but can be done.



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