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Kubota L2850 - Clutch Slipping / Adjustment?
|Randy Parsons||My dad owns a Kubota L2850 with 1,400 hours on it. The clutch began slipping yesterday and I would like to know if there is any adjustment to be made or should I plan on splitting it to install a new clutch?
|Dog|| You have to adjust the linkage to see if there
is any adjustment left in the clutch. You should
be able to put two fingers on the clutch pedal
and lightly push downward and the pedal should
move easly about 2 inches at the most before it
gets hard to push with your fingers. If the
pedal doesn't move much at all then the clutch
does need adjusting, adjust untill you have the
1 1/2 to 2 inches freeplay like I explained.
|Brian Reese||I am experiencing the same issue with a friends L2850 at 1200 hours. I am curious if you were able to adjust the clutch and get anymore hours out of it?
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