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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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88 clutch quit

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Olliejunkie

01-01-2018 12:26:00




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I moved it about a week ago. Parked it pointing uphill. Clutch is out of adjustment but worked fine. I took the frontend loader off and went to move it. It won't go into gear. Got it in gear but can't get it stop. Clutch must be froze. Hope it's just cold froze.




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Olliejunkie

01-01-2018 15:37:03




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 Re: 88 clutch quit in reply to Olliejunkie, 01-01-2018 12:26:00  
It has been pretty nice here. Low 30s at night. Probably 55 today. I'm high enough that I usually get sunshine when it's foggy in the valley.
The last few years I have had 3 sticky clutches and the steering brakes stuck on my TD 6. I hate to say it but I think I have to many tractors.



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old

01-01-2018 18:12:55




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 Re: 88 clutch quit in reply to Olliejunkie, 01-01-2018 15:37:03  
To many tractor what is that. If I started counting all the ones I have I would need to barrow some one else's toes and fingers to count them all. Just in Oliver's I have a 77, S88 and a Cletrac with an Oliver 60 engine in it. Then if you add the A/C tracors I have 4 1946 Cs a WD45, D-17, and a W Speed patrol. Case I have 4 VAC and a VAI. Farmall 4 Hs and M a 340, 300U, a couple B parts tractor and a BA I built. Plus the newest tractor I have that was given to me this summer an IH584 and that is not even a complete list of them all. I also have fords and JD's and MH/MF and a Cat

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RBoots

01-01-2018 15:23:32




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 Re: 88 clutch quit in reply to Olliejunkie, 01-01-2018 12:26:00  
Looks a lot nicer there than here in MI! Glad you got it going again, that's a nice little 88. I've got an 88D standard, what a nice tractor they are

Ross



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Olliejunkie

01-01-2018 14:54:11




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 Re: 88 clutch quit in reply to Olliejunkie, 01-01-2018 12:26:00  
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I win today. Jabbed the brakes several times with the clutch depressed.
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old

01-01-2018 15:23:11




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 Re: 88 clutch quit in reply to Olliejunkie, 01-01-2018 14:54:11  
Once in a while a guy gets lucky. On the 8N ford I had to put a new clutch in the guy was using it and pushed the clutch down to stop it and it just kept going so he shut it off. Throw out bearing was so badly locked up that the pressure plate fingers show they had gotten real hot and also got ground away by the bad bearing



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old

01-01-2018 12:30:58




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 Re: 88 clutch quit in reply to Olliejunkie, 01-01-2018 12:26:00  
Well it could be from ice so running it for say 30 plus minutes should warm it up and thaw it out. But it could also be a bad throw out bearing like the one I did not long ago on an 8N Ford where the throw out bearing froze up and ate the pressure plate fingers



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