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641 clutch problem

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09-26-2019 18:09:07

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I split the tractor to fix an oil leak at the cover for the cam shaft. The clutch disk was worn almost to the rivets but the pressure plate and flywheel looked good so I cleaned them and replaced just the disk and put it back together. The leak is fixed but the clutch does not disengaged is it an adjustment on the pedal I need to make or did I do something wrong going back together. This was my first splitting but it seamed to go back together easy enough. The clutch pedal rod to the clevis has no more adjustment.I took the clevis off the lever to the fork rod and tried to move with a wrench but couldn't. Don't want to split again just don't know what I did wrong. I will try adjusting the pedal first but the clutch worked fine before the split. Thanks for any advice

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09-27-2019 06:10:01

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 Re: 641 clutch problem in reply to IRONMAN (AL), 09-26-2019 18:09:07  
Are there threads left behind the clevis on the clutch adjusting rod? If not it sounds like you might have the clutch disc in backwards

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09-27-2019 04:54:28

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 Re: 641 clutch problem in reply to IRONMAN (AL), 09-26-2019 18:09:07  
Possibly installed the disc backwards. Sounds like a split is in order to inspect. Good luck.

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09-27-2019 05:20:43

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 Re: 641 clutch problem in reply to JWA, 09-27-2019 04:54:28  
The hub goes toward the transmission correct

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