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Minneapolis Moline Tractors Discussion Forum
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U Clutch Parts

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Thomas(AB)

02-07-2020 13:58:19




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Good Day all
Our local clubs pulling sled is in for some maintenance. It uses a U clutch, and needs some parts to keep it going. Wondering if anyone has a source for part #31- the fingers. That or a measurement that can be used to build these up. Ive checked this site and others with no success.
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Lyndon - AB

02-08-2020 07:55:32




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 Re: U Clutch Parts in reply to Thomas(AB), 02-07-2020 13:58:19  
Raw 2-stroke horsepower vs straight up old-school torque. Always a fun match-up. I'm looking forward to this pulling season, will have the 990 out again of course and also got the GT running and driving well.



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sms

02-08-2020 05:25:52




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 Re: U Clutch Parts in reply to Thomas(AB), 02-07-2020 13:58:19  
There are also companies that rebuild obsolete clutches. Had to have one rebuilt for my antique truck.



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Thomas(AB)

02-07-2020 15:49:43




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 Re: U Clutch Parts in reply to Thomas(AB), 02-07-2020 13:58:19  
Thanks all! Hymie2lt just saw your email I'll send a reply right away.
I'll check with Westlock- headed there soon for some Ford 8n parts! Its the Strathcona Vintage Tractor Assoc. (SVTA)



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rustred

02-07-2020 18:21:20




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 Re: U Clutch Parts in reply to Thomas(AB), 02-07-2020 15:49:43  
good thing I didn't go there with my WD40 , I would have pulled that sled apart, lol. I went to sangudo instead.



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Thomas(AB)

02-07-2020 19:53:22




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 Re: U Clutch Parts in reply to rustred, 02-07-2020 18:21:20  
Hey RustRed, not sure about that.... Lyndons 990 and another 995 put on a good show but didn't kill the sled.....



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rustred

02-08-2020 07:24:25




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 Re: U Clutch Parts in reply to Thomas(AB), 02-07-2020 19:53:22  
ya I know was just joking. I compete good against him for having the oldest tractor.



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molinegb

02-07-2020 15:57:25




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 Re: U Clutch Parts in reply to Thomas(AB), 02-07-2020 15:49:43  
First self propelled sled in Canada built here. Used to do Canadian circuit in 80's. "The Judge"



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molinegb

02-07-2020 15:40:09




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 Re: U Clutch Parts in reply to Thomas(AB), 02-07-2020 13:58:19  
Have several complete. A Twin Disc clutch used in U 1938-57. All hand clutch MM's were Twin Disc except UDLX and U diesel.



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Dieselbear

02-07-2020 18:38:17




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 Re: U Clutch Parts in reply to molinegb, 02-07-2020 15:40:09  
wrong, a U has a single disc, I've got two apart now, you can even see in the parts break down . Only one clutch disc



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molinegb

02-08-2020 04:19:09




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 Re: U Clutch Parts in reply to Dieselbear, 02-07-2020 18:38:17  
Made by Twin Disc.



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JK2

02-07-2020 19:15:29




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 Re: U Clutch Parts in reply to Dieselbear, 02-07-2020 18:38:17  
Twin Disc, Inc. designs, manufactures and distributes power transmission equipment for a wide range of applications, including marine, off-road vehicle and industrial. The company was founded in 1918 to manufacture clutches for farm tractors.



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hymie2lt

02-07-2020 15:37:53




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 Re: U Clutch Parts in reply to Thomas(AB), 02-07-2020 13:58:19  
Sent you an E-mail....did you receive it? Wayne



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rustred

02-07-2020 14:34:38




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 Re: U Clutch Parts in reply to Thomas(AB), 02-07-2020 13:58:19  
go to Westlock tractor parts, they have a couple Minnie U's there I saw. they should be able to get those parts new also. which club is that?



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