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Farmall H and Farmall 350 clutches.
|Shawn O||OK I might have another stupid question. Is there any chance that a clutch from a Farmall H could be used in a Farmall 350. Could really use your help.
|Kevin Meier||nope... 1 is an 1 1/4 and the other is 1 1/8" The pressure plates are also 1/2" different.
|Hugh MacKay||Shawn: Aside from what Kevin has told you, if 350 has IPTO and most of them did, H and 350 have completely different type of clutch. H clutch drives one shaft for both transmission and IPTO. A 350 has two shafts, one for transmission and second shaft for IPTO. The IPTO shaft is hollow and the transmission shaft runs inside the hollow shaft. Transmission shaft is splined to clutch disc, and IPTO shaft is splined to pressure plate.
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