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NAA Clutch

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cuby

10-11-2018 15:49:52




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A fella brought this to me today and the clutch will not release . It was working when parked 2 yrs ago but now will not release. This does not have the live pto but it does have live hyds. Thought about a split but if clutch is hung up I will probably not be able to get it apart. Any one been there done that and what have you done?? Thanks for all replys. You guys have been a great help in the past.

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Larry NCKS

10-12-2018 05:26:12




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 Re: NAA Clutch in reply to cuby, 10-11-2018 15:49:52  
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My thought, exactly!



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Sean in PA

10-12-2018 05:16:08




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Under???



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Dollar Bill

10-12-2018 00:03:56




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 Re: NAA Clutch in reply to cuby, 10-11-2018 15:49:52  
Be sure to check external linkage. Not uncommon to have the clevis split where it slides onto the cross shaft. When you push in the clutch, the crack opens up and will not release the clutch.


If problem continues, connect bush hog to the PTO; leave transmission in neutral; clutch blocked; PTO engaged and bump the starter - It should break loose within 5-10 attempts. If it remains stuck after 10 or so tries; block the clutch and put it in first gear and drive in tight figure 8's while stomping on the outside wheel brake.

Once she breaks loose, slip the clutch a few times - Don't get carried away and burn up the clutch, you just want to burnish the flywheel and pressure plate.

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Bern

10-11-2018 16:28:53




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 Re: NAA Clutch in reply to cuby, 10-11-2018 15:49:52  
Search the archives here - there are many posts on freeing up a stuck clutch. I could likely have it freed and the rust burned off in less than 5 minutes. Good working brakes are required to do it the quick way, which is not always a given on a NAA.



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TimInd

10-11-2018 22:57:38




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 Re: NAA Clutch in reply to Bern, 10-11-2018 16:28:53  
And from now on, put a wooden block under the clutch peddle to avoid this situation.



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