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Throttle friction disk--what did I do wrong?

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UncleCarl

11-08-2019 17:43:05




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Hey guys, if the link works correctly, what did I do wrong on this? I followed the instructions on this site to replace it with two 3-inch cut off disks. Way too much slop in it. Thoughts anyone? Thanks.




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Frank 41

11-11-2019 17:04:21




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 Re: Throttle friction disk--what did I do wrong? in reply to UncleCarl, 11-08-2019 17:43:05  
I got the best part from Ray Grambihler @ 102 West Wisconsin St, Tripp, S D 57376. He used to have an ad in Two Cylinder I think with his phone is 605-935-4245. Instructions come with it.



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PJH

11-09-2019 08:59:09




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 Re: Throttle friction disk--what did I do wrong? in reply to UncleCarl, 11-08-2019 17:43:05  
I would suspect part number 26 in TX Jim's drawing. #26 could be mis-fit and hanging up on the other parts that it is supposed to slip through. Also - the dowel pins [#11] are a slip fit into #24, if I remember right. They have to slip in #24 or the spring can't compress the friction disks.

I think that I was able to assemble all of the parts and test it before I put it on the tractor. Then poke the handle through the hole from the inside and install the three mounting bolts.

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UncleCarl

11-09-2019 12:27:30




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 Re: Throttle friction disk--what did I do wrong? in reply to PJH, 11-09-2019 08:59:09  
Well everything seemed to match up nice and tight before I took it apart. But it was rusted all together. I think number 24 and 25 are still rusted together and I just redid the friction disc parts but I would say surely if it was correct when I took it off except for being rusted together it would go back without a hitch. I'm going to have to take it apart and look it over again



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PJH

11-09-2019 09:20:23




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 Re: Throttle friction disk--what did I do wrong? in reply to PJH, 11-09-2019 08:59:09  
Sorry - meant to type #25 instead of #26.



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kurt v

11-09-2019 06:11:27




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 Re: Throttle friction disk--what did I do wrong? in reply to UncleCarl, 11-08-2019 17:43:05  
I used two discs of very heavy sheet exhaust gasket for mine.



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R.w.b.

11-09-2019 05:37:27




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 Re: Throttle friction disk--what did I do wrong? in reply to UncleCarl, 11-08-2019 17:43:05  
Cutoff discs will eat metal parts up



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Tx Jim

11-09-2019 05:19:10




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 Re: Throttle friction disk--what did I do wrong? in reply to UncleCarl, 11-08-2019 17:43:05  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

There's really not that many parts that could be "missing".



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UncleCarl

11-09-2019 07:47:02




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 Re: Throttle friction disk--what did I do wrong? in reply to Tx Jim, 11-09-2019 05:19:10  
Yeah that's what I thought .



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D-

11-09-2019 04:41:52




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 Re: Throttle friction disk--what did I do wrong? in reply to UncleCarl, 11-08-2019 17:43:05  
Looks like something is missing. I would think cutoff disks would be too abrasive and I'm not sure they're supposed to be glued. Others float but I'm not sure about a 60.



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UncleCarl

11-09-2019 07:45:33




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 Re: Throttle friction disk--what did I do wrong? in reply to D-, 11-09-2019 04:41:52  
Will the cutoff disk method was one I followed from this site. Quite a few liked it. I'm not too worried about the abrasiveness it's not going to be super snug. if it ends up being wrong I'll just replace it which looks like I'm going to have to anyway.



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Tx Jim

11-09-2019 04:17:44




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 Re: Throttle friction disk--what did I do wrong? in reply to UncleCarl, 11-08-2019 17:43:05  
How snug do you have the 7/16 bolt in the center?



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UncleCarl

11-09-2019 07:42:48




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 Re: Throttle friction disk--what did I do wrong? in reply to Tx Jim, 11-09-2019 04:17:44  
The center bolt in the center is all the way tight



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jd man wis

11-09-2019 01:14:10




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 Re: Throttle friction disk--what did I do wrong? in reply to UncleCarl, 11-08-2019 17:43:05  
Looks to me that it needs a need bushing on the shaft of it that fits in the housing on the pedestal and on the shaft. The 3 inch disks are put in there to hold it in place for giving it gas and for it to stay there.



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UncleCarl

11-09-2019 07:40:55




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 Re: Throttle friction disk--what did I do wrong? in reply to jd man wis, 11-09-2019 01:14:10  
Hey Jd man....I thought I was missing something also... but like the diagram shows, seems nothing is missing. And it was complete when I took it off so I'm sure all is there. I still think it's the thickness of the material that's the key.



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donmyeil

11-14-2019 09:07:17




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 Re: Throttle friction disk--what did I do wrong? in reply to UncleCarl, 11-09-2019 07:40:55  
I can see that the spring is as tight as it could go , which it shouldn't be . either the bushing and spacer are frozen .Take it apart and check everything .



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