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10-23-2015 12:29:14

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Recently purchased my first ford tractor. It is a Jubilee and I find the Clutch throw out bearing must be replaced. Although I think I know the answer, does anyone know of a way to change out the bearing without breaking the tractor in half????

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10-24-2015 10:01:42

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 Re: Jubilee in reply to flyntl39, 10-23-2015 12:29:14  
if you do go ahead with the split, do it safely with the HoboNC rear support.

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10-24-2015 02:40:24

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 Re: Jubilee in reply to flyntl39, 10-23-2015 12:29:14  
How do you know you have a bad throw out bearing? Does the noise go away when you depress the clutch? if so you maybe looking at a bad bearing it the tranny. A split would still be involved. I just hate to see somebody split and put a new throw out bearing in and put everything back together to find out you still have the same noise.


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10-23-2015 12:36:45

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 Re: Jubilee in reply to flyntl39, 10-23-2015 12:29:14  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeNo one knows, because it can not be done.

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10-23-2015 16:20:47

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 Re: Jubilee in reply to JMOR, 10-23-2015 12:36:45  
Thanks - that's what I thought after giving it a long look.

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