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Re: MF35 Diesel

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Tony in Mass.

06-13-2018 15:05:00

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I would take the whole air filter off, and put your ear to the intake... be sure the sound ain't coming from inboard of there..

Got to be clutch huh? Or there would be noises coming from under the seat if it was a stripped coupler or.... yeah, I would play with adjusting the pedal before a split... ground drive? yoke slipping off? See that from the porthole ? Gosh I hate splitting a 2 stage clutch...

you pick that up lately? Last time I saw you there was 2 Danish 35's... anyway, good luck

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06-13-2018 16:50:23

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 Re: MF35 Diesel in reply to Tony in Mass., 06-13-2018 15:05:00  
Well hero there Tony was starting to wonder if that cummins left you flooded out or something. Still got a print out of your heavy duty clutch with the 3 bolts attached for releasing pressure> What thread size were those can't find any to match.

Yeah still got the Standard Petrol 35's, a 50 and a 35 gas with fel. Split it today and way easier than a gas tractor. It's 10 spline and hope my counterfeit alignment tool works. Lots of rivet rubbing and finger wear to overlook. Pics to come.

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