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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well first make sure that the routing coil is clean of debris and dirt. Then you are going to want to oil both sides before assembly. The cellinoid connects the same way an oscillating pendullum does. Just with a bolt! Easy as that on both ends....just be sure to adjust pressure from valve so you don't create a dangerous situation from pressure build up!!........Happy trails!
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
Set the gap on the high spot on the lob,it should be set at around 50000 or twice the plug gap,this is just a rule of thumb,but changing the timing by turning the distributer will get the engine to max performance after this has been done.
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
Sounds like you have a hydraulic flow valve problem. Check the lift arms when the pump is running to see if you have any hydraulic fluid leaking there.
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
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First you have to split the tractor at the fly wheel and remove everything connecting the the engine side from the transmission side.
After you have it split, then the old throw out bearing should just slide off the shaft after you remove the shift fork, how ever it is held in place.
Usually there are a shaft with a yoke on one side for the clutch linkage and a washer and cotter pin on the other, and the fork itself has usually a set screw or 2 in it to hold it centered on the shaft. remove that, and the clutch is 2 piece, clutch plate(s), and then the pressure plate with the fingers is all one assembly.
Usually you get the flywheel turned down by a engine machine shop to make it a fresh surface.
Bolt all that back on and torque the bolts to whatever the spec. is and place the clutch disk on the fly wheel and install the bolts in the pressure plate.
Now, you need a clutch alignment tool to center the clutch disk so you can line up the disk up to make it easier to get the transmission shaft back into the clutch plate without damage.
When you take your flywheel to get it turned, have them make one on by using a bolt that fits snug on the splines of the disk, and then have the end turned down so it fits in the flywheel bushing snug also.
You dont what to have to force the tool in the flywheel because you have to remove it after the pressure plate is bolted up solid. The tool has to fit tight enough so it will stay centered.
After the pressure plate is all bolted in and torqued up to spec, then simply put the fork on the new throw out bearing and slide it in place, and install the rail.
After you assemble the tractor back into one piece, you must adjust the clutch pedal free play. Whatever controls the clutch shift fork either a rod or a cable will have a way to adjust it.
Usually and inch of travel on the pedal before it starts to engage the clutch. Too much free play, the clutch wont fully release and it will be hard to shift, too little, and the clutch will be engauged partially and burn the new clutch out.
Hope this helped. Goodluck Elect_Comp
Posted on Aug 16, 2011
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