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77 Clutch

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60 fan

09-10-2020 07:23:30




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Can I install clutch, pressure plate, and throw out bearing in a 77 with belt pulley without pulling engine? Will need to pull PTO shaft in order to do this also, correct?




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J. Schwiebert

09-10-2020 07:56:55




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 Re: 77 Clutch in reply to 60 fan, 09-10-2020 07:23:30  
Yes. We used to do it in farmers corn cribs and barns all the time. More questions



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rrlund

09-10-2020 08:48:40




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 Re: 77 Clutch in reply to J. Schwiebert, 09-10-2020 07:56:55  
Don't you have to unbolt the belt pulley gear box and take it out? I changed one with a pulley one time and instead of taking it out, I took the fan off and motor mount bolts out then slid the engine ahead crooked a little to get the bell housing to clear.



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ziffel

09-10-2020 09:17:35




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 Re: 77 Clutch in reply to rrlund, 09-10-2020 08:48:40  
without a belt pulley it is easy. Pull the pto shaft, then the drive shaft, and then the bell housing. Leave the engine alone. If it has a belt pulley we always took it out. Still easier then pulling engine. I never heard of moving the engine sideways.



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rrlund

09-10-2020 09:37:01




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 Re: 77 Clutch in reply to ziffel, 09-10-2020 09:17:35  
It won't go sideways much. The first 77 I ever had didn't have a pulley, so that one was simple. A neighbor had one with, and I put a clutch in for him one time. When we couldn't get the bell housing out, I unbolted the engine and it still wouldn't go ahead far enough to clear, so I took the fan off and moved the front of the engine one way as far as I could and the back the other way and we got it worked up out of there. The one I've had for 25 years now has a pulley, but I've never had to put a clutch in that one, knock on wood.

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ziffel

09-11-2020 04:51:00




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 Re: 77 Clutch in reply to rrlund, 09-10-2020 09:37:01  
I never took the bell housing out. Just slid it back and was able to take out all of the clutch parts including the flywheel. Also was able to replace the rear main seal. Removing the fuel tank has to be done. Not fun but able to be done.



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