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Need to adjust my clutch on my Mahindra 3510 tractor. When I put it in reverse it keeps kicking out of gear.

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That is not a clutch problem it is a selector problem in the gearbox you need to check the reverse selector dogs and fork

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Over time, the slave cylinder can fail, and the tractor will no longer shift for you because the pedal will not release the clutch.
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This is almost certainly the case. The gears selector on the gearbox is worked by rods connected to the gear lever and minor mispositioning (often when you have had a clutch change) will cause this issue. Reverse always seems to be affected most by this issue. You might be aboe to fix it yourself, but without a little knowledge you could of course make it worse. I wouldn't spend out on a SAAB dealership to fix this though, a confident and competent local mechanic will probably sort it out for you at a much reduced cost.

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