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In Reply to: 9n clutch posted by tom on Thursday, May 01, 2014:
You must have missed the reply's to your post from last Sunday. It's a common problem with these old tractors. Moisture gets onto the clutch and the pressure plate or flywheel rusts up and the clutch disk sticks to it. One way to deal with it is to block the clutch pedal down when the tractor isn't in use. But in the long run the clutch needs to be replaced. There is a drain hole in the bottom of the clutch housing with a cotter key in it. The cotter key is there as a jiggle pin to keep dirt from plugging the hole. Once it's broken loose, you might try holding the right side brake down and in third gear slipping the clutch to try cleaning the surfaces.
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