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06-10-2021 11:11:35

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There is no adjustment left on the clutch rod, it wouldnt fully release, I have half of the threads showing in the adjustment clevis, so it looks like time to tear it apart. Any tricks to pulling the motor and hydra power or is it just like a 88? There are 2 threaded studs in the head, but I dont think they are in the right place to lift from. I usually take the valve cover off and use a chain on the end studs.

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06-10-2021 14:35:05

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 Re: 1550 clutch in reply to super99, 06-10-2021 11:11:35  
On my 1550 gas I had to lengthen the clutch rod.Went to Fastenal and got the longest connector nut they had the thread size on the clutch rod.Cut it into about middle of the threads ran the rods in the nut on both in some,worked fine ever since,done about 3 years ago.

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06-10-2021 13:57:31

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 Re: 1550 clutch in reply to super99, 06-10-2021 11:11:35  
I've had good luck using OTC engine lift brackets and a chain sling for pulling the engine/hydrapower.

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06-10-2021 13:35:37

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 Re: 1550 clutch in reply to super99, 06-10-2021 11:11:35  
Just like the 88. Pull the PTO, take off the chain coupler, lift the whole thing with the hydra power attached.

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