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Karl Kostman

02-22-2021 14:18:43

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Hello Folks I noticed the Stiener has a sale going on and I need to rebuild my clutch on my 50 730 diesel I know I need the clutch plates etc. but my question is concerning the dogs at the bottom of the clutch I think that the name for those pieces while I am ordering the clutch rebuild kit would I be smart to order and replace these pieces at the same time? I dont know if this clutch has ever been rebuilt before and based on how worn out the plates are I doubt it has. Let me know your thoughts on the clutch dogs and I can get my stuff ordered tomorrow!
Thanks much!

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Karl Kostman

02-23-2021 18:06:30

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 Re: John Deer 730 in reply to Karl Kostman, 02-22-2021 14:18:43  
Thanks very much for your input guys its very much appreciated!! I will check out Martin Tractor parts and if their prices are equal to Stiener I will order from them!
Thanks again

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02-23-2021 17:01:04

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 Re: John Deer 730 in reply to Karl Kostman, 02-22-2021 14:18:43  
They might be ok but for sure change the bolts out. They stretch over time. We usually order all the clutch parts from Martin Tractor Parts and have had good luck with them.

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02-22-2021 14:32:47

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 Re: John Deer 730 in reply to Karl Kostman, 02-22-2021 14:18:43  
I don't think you can over do a clutch on one of those. If you had it apart it would help, but if you're on a deadline to order, I'd get the toggles, dogbone's, pins, drive pin and maybe the bronze bushing. The bearing can be gotten 'anywhere" if necessary. You've got a fine machine there; best of luck with it.

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