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shadow face

04-29-2004 21:04:38




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briggs 11 hp the drive pulley spins freely must be a key way failure. i dont want to damage the electric clutch .is that the proper name of that part ?




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shadow face

05-02-2004 18:14:41




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 Re: electric clutch removal john deere 111?how do in reply to shadow face, 04-29-2004 21:04:38  
i still havent got that clutch off yet .im gonna soak it with some oil.
is there some hidden set screw inside the clutch ?????



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Deere Jon 2004

05-05-2004 06:50:13




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 Re: Re: electric clutch removal john deere 111?how in reply to shadow face, 05-02-2004 18:14:41  
There shouldn't be any set screws in the clutch. Check to see that there isn't a bolt holding the the uppel clutch frame to the tractor frame. (mine has a locator pin on the tractor frame that goes through a slot in the upper clutch frame.) Just a couple of cautions: 1) If you try to ply the clutch off, be sure that you apply the pressure between the tractor frame and the upper frame of the clutch. DO NOT pry on the pulley[transmission drive] above the clutch. 2) If you use a 'puller': don't push on the end of the drive shaft; remove the washer from the bolt that holds the clutch to the driveshaft, re-install the bolt, and push on that. Use a three arm 'puller', and pull on the lower clutch frame behind the the three adjustment nuts [the ones with the springs on them]. DO NOT pull on the clutch pulley. Above all, EASY-does -it. Most of the time, these clutches fall off when remove the mounting bolt.

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David

05-02-2004 05:16:56




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 Re: electric clutch removal john deere 111?how do in reply to shadow face, 04-29-2004 21:04:38  
Take out the center bolt and support the clutch with something as it is very heavy. The drive pulley will now come off. Sounds like a key to me too.
David



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pdi man

04-30-2004 20:19:49




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 Re: electric clutch removal john deere 111?how do in reply to shadow face, 04-29-2004 21:04:38  
check the air gasp in the clutch. should be .020.
too much gap will cause your condition, and be too wide for mag to pull shut.



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Deere Jon 2004

04-30-2004 14:21:14




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 Re: electric clutch removal john deere 111?how do in reply to shadow face, 04-29-2004 21:04:38  
I wish you a lot of luck, but these electric clutches are notorious for electro-magnetic failures. If you aren't getting a distinct "click" in both the 'on' & 'off' postitions of the PTO/mower switch with the engine off and the ignition key in the "run" position, look for a blown fuse or a break in the wiring to the clutch. To remove the electric clutch, follow the wires from the top of the unit back to connector plug, disconnect the plug nad remove any wire tie-downs. Remove the bolt and washer from the bottom of the engine drive shaft, and pull the entire electric clutch down and off the drive shaft. When re-installing the clutch, be sure the locator pin on the tractor frame engages the locator slot in the upper clutch plate.

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