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International B275 Clutch
|Richard Andrews||I have a 1966 B-275 with the 2 stage clutch. Although it works fine for shifting, any time I try to use the PTO the clutch wont allow the PTO to engage. It simply grinds and I cant (wont) force the PTO to engage.
I have heard that this is an adjustment in the clutch that is accessed from a small opening underneath the clutch housing. I have read the owners manual and it has adjustment information but I was curious if anyone else had experienced the problem and had found a cure.
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