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Super clutch linkage

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Birss Curtis

02-21-2021 14:58:15




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Super A brakes/clutch. Obviously, as many probably noticed, I was mixed up on my thinking of clutch linkage. I thought the left brake rod had something to do with clutch. Now thanks to Jim Janicholson I have gotten that figured out. Looking at the information he supplied I guess the clutch linkage I need to inspect is enclosed in the tractor body and I really can't get to it without a considerable amount of labor- I'll let the shop mechanic do that when I get it into the shop . Problem is I can't drive it onto the trailer because I cannot use the clutch. So I'll have to hire a ramp truck to winch it on and haul it to the shop for me. $$$ Oh well. 70 some year old brakes and clutch don't owe me any favors so I can spend some money replacing them.

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Birss Curtis

02-22-2021 08:52:54




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 Re: Super clutch linkage in reply to Birss Curtis, 02-21-2021 14:58:15  
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Great idea! I'll give it a try. I'll take the sparkplugs out first so it has very little compression. I've got about 60' to go on a flat surface to get it where I need to for loading.



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Janicholson

02-21-2021 21:05:40




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 Re: Super clutch linkage in reply to Birss Curtis, 02-21-2021 14:58:15  
Thanks. They are usually split to get at the throwout fork and bearing. Putting in a new clutch kit is usually money well spent unless it has been replaced recently. Jim



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old

02-21-2021 15:07:28




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 Re: Super clutch linkage in reply to Birss Curtis, 02-21-2021 14:58:15  
I've loaded a good many tractors using com-a-long and your tractor wpould be easy to do that with. You can also use the starter method. Put it in first gear ignition turned off and hit the starter button. Don't run the starter for more then a minute at a time then let it cool for a minute. I've loaded many tractor that way also



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47fivewindow

02-22-2021 07:07:40




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 Re: Super clutch linkage in reply to old, 02-21-2021 15:07:28  
My daughter was about 12 when I let her use a Cub to drive around the farm. She eventually ran out of gas and drove home with the starter. I admit that one didn't have much compression but she made at least 1/8 mile. When it stopped smoking the starter was fine.



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