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Somethings locked up

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Mnethercutt

10-10-2019 08:26:26




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Trying to finish up my engine swap on my 1010. I put the combine motor in a few weeks ago and went back to school. Got the radiator put on and oil changed this morning and went to try and spin it over and somethings locked up. The clutch is also off. I go to push it and it goes down a little bit and seems to get stuck after about 1.5 inches. Can t spin the pto by hand when clutch is pressed so I know it s not disengaging right. Motor spun over by hand at the flywheel when I put it in so I really don t think it s a motor issue. Any ideas on what s gone wrong in the clutch area? Gonnna try putting longer bolts in the engine and backing it out a little to see if that alleviates any issues but I m getting the feeling I m gonna be splitting it....again...

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Mnethercutt

10-11-2019 19:26:39




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 Re: Somethings locked up in reply to Mnethercutt, 10-10-2019 08:26:26  
Got it figured out. There were several problems that seem to all have been caused by the pressure plate. It was warped. Not sure when it happened but I think it likely happened when my grandfather tore a tooth on the cluster gear and shattered the pump housing 20 yrs ago. I grabbed one of the two pressure plates I had lying around when I put the combine motor in last month and didn t look super close at it (I was more concerned about spacing the splines) so that caused my issues. Switched to my non bent one and everything went together like a dream. Got it running but have a water leak and carb problems (the dirt dobbers struck again) so gotta deal with that. Thanks for the help as always!

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Tx Jim

10-11-2019 03:46:59




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 Re: Somethings locked up in reply to Mnethercutt, 10-10-2019 08:26:26  
My guess is splines on trans &/or pto input shafts aren't lined correctly with clutch plate splines. Did engine & clutch housing mate easily while simultaneously turning rear pto shaft or were both halves forced together by tightening bolts?



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Mnethercutt

10-10-2019 14:59:59




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 Re: Somethings locked up in reply to Mnethercutt, 10-10-2019 08:26:26  
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That s my thinking at this point. Did get the motor spinning so not sure why it was stopped up, seems like something didn t line up right. Splitting tomorrow so I ll check the plate.



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Hay maker2

10-10-2019 12:23:32




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 Re: Somethings locked up in reply to Mnethercutt, 10-10-2019 08:26:26  
Is the clutch plate installed correctly?

I think the hub on the clutch plate needs to be pointed towards the engine (confirm with service manual).

If its pointed out, maybe the hub is hitting the pressure plate?



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Mnethercutt

10-10-2019 12:12:48




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 Re: Somethings locked up in reply to Mnethercutt, 10-10-2019 08:26:26  
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So any idea what s wrong in there? I m wondering if I put something in incorrectly



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Mnethercutt

10-10-2019 10:41:53




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 Re: Somethings locked up in reply to Mnethercutt, 10-10-2019 08:26:26  
Update: backed the screws connecting the clutch housing to the motor out a quarter inch and everything freed up so I m guessing something is pressing against something it isn t supposed to. Any ideas?



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old

10-10-2019 11:08:37




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 Re: Somethings locked up in reply to Mnethercutt, 10-10-2019 10:41:53  
I have a 1010 that had the same problem and due to who ever put the combine engine in they force the engine to bell housing together and messed up the clutch and pressure plate which locked it up. Then they let it sit for a couple years and well it became parts only



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