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Clutch job on backhoe question

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Nyquil Junkie

03-28-2020 18:24:43

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I'm not in need of a clutch job on the backhoe yet (63/64 4000 industrial) but while I was under it poking around... I got to thinking, if the thing needs split to put a new clutch in it one day, do we have to take the hoe, loader, and all that subframe rig off before it can be split, or can you do it with the how and loader on the tractor?

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Nyquil Junkie

03-29-2020 05:09:49

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 Re: Clutch job on backhoe question in reply to Nyquil Junkie, 03-28-2020 18:24:43  
So the loader and frame keep the engine end of the tractor supported and in place while you push the rear end back?

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Ron W

03-29-2020 13:58:03

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 Re: Clutch job on backhoe question in reply to Nyquil Junkie, 03-29-2020 05:09:49  
Yep. Straight back and straight forward. Nice and easy. Engine doesnt tip either?

I used three floor jacks, one on each frame and one for the trans. You could use a bottle jack on the frame if needed.

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Ron W

03-28-2020 20:37:57

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 Re: Clutch job on backhoe question in reply to Nyquil Junkie, 03-28-2020 18:24:43  
I have a ford 1801 which is basically the same as yours. I had to a clutch job. I took the hoe off, but that was it. I unblocked the frame from the rear axle, split the tractor, did the clutch and put I back together. Was the easiest clutch I ever did having that frame on to support the engine.

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