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Kubota dual clutch adjustment
|Wendell||I have a Kubota L275 with a dual clutch, one for the gears and one for the PTO. I noticed that the transmission clutch was beginning to slip, so I increased the free play, by shortening the clutch rod. The clutch no longer slips, but now I can’t engage the PTO, because I suspect
the PTO clutch is not disengaging, even when the clutch foot lever is depressed all the way down.
I have the correct operators manual for this tractor that was given to me by the previous owner and it has instructions on how to adjust a dual clutch, but the diagram doesn’t reflect what I see, when I remove the cover on the right side of the bell housing. Also, instructions refer to bolt sizes that I do not see on the tractor.
The instructions are: “Loosen the lock nut, tighten the adjust bolt by using a 6MM(1/4in.) spanner until the head of the bolt contacts to pressure plate slightly”, but the only adjust bolts I see are 14MM with a 13MM locknut on the end of the three arms on the pressure plate. The head of the bolt rides up against the clutch bearing. Are these the right adjustment bolts? Am I looking in the right place? Did I remove the right cover? Any advice is appreciated. Thanks