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How to change the clutch on a gravely ZTR 260z. What keeps the clutch from spinning around on the engine shaft? A diagram of the clutch assembly would help. Instruction on removing and reinstalling might help.

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There is an "anchor" that bolts to the chassis, and it has a rod-like part that sticks up to engage a notch in the PTO clutch to keep it from spinning. Look here -- there are parts diagrams for your mower (find the right model number) that will help a lot. Good luck!

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