Stuck Clutch-again

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Dale Finch
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Re: Stuck Clutch-again

Postby Dale Finch » Tue Apr 09, 2019 8:38 am

Yay! :{_}: It's so nice having a happy tractor!! :tractor:

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Re: Stuck Clutch-again

Postby Waif » Tue Apr 09, 2019 8:50 am

Back in action.
Congrats!

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Re: Stuck Clutch-again

Postby offrink » Wed Apr 10, 2019 7:20 pm

A little late to the party but I had my clutch seize up, not this bad, when I washed the cub with a power washer. Water went in through the attachment holes and froze the clutch together within 15 minutes of turning the washer off. If I hit it right away it was 45 minutes from start to stuck! Luckily I was already going to adjust the clutch and pried it apart/beat on it until it came apart. It sounded like wet Velcro coming apart. Glad you got your repaired and refreshed the cub!

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Re: Stuck Clutch-again

Postby Ben B » Thu Apr 11, 2019 7:14 am

It is great to have the cub working again! Funny thing is, I keep both my 50 and my 77 in the same barn. So, why would the dampness cause the 77 to seize up but the 50 didn't? And in 8 years the 50 has never done it.

Well, it is fixed now. And, thank you to everyone for your input! The factory service manual was also a tremendous help. I recommend one for anyone doing mechanical work on a cub!
Bravo Romeo Bravo

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Re: Stuck Clutch-again

Postby Jim Becker » Thu Apr 11, 2019 11:36 am

Ben B wrote:. . . So, why would the dampness cause the 77 to seize up but the 50 didn't? . . .

Probably different material in the clutch facing.


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