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Honda f220 tiller clutch always engaged

Honda f220 tiller clutch is always engaged

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SOURCE: Honda FG100 Tiller - Tines wont move

I took the transmission apart and the gears were fine. The friction pads on the centrifugal clutch don't seem to make full contact with the drum. Does anyone know what the thickness of the friction pads are suppose to be? I used some belt dressing on the pads and got some movement on the tines. With no wear on the gears, I guess I'll be replacing the clutch.

Posted on May 24, 2009

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Hi Jack,

You should findone or two locknuts somewhere along the clutch cable, either by the engine or by the lever. Put the lever in neutral and loosen the locknuts and turn the adjust a turn or two until you can run the tiller in neutral and not have it creep. Retighten locknuts.

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Handie Andie

Posted on May 17, 2011

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SOURCE: The tines on a honda f220 always spin and don't change speed when clutch is engaged but speed up when throttle is increased. Adjusted cable with no luck.

I believe that unit utilizes a centrifical clutch. try decreasing the idle speed and see if the tines stop. They should then engage as throttle is increased.

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