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|tom||My clutch sometimes works fine
and others wont engauge or disengauge you can work the rpms and it will finley cut loose but still a little scary sometimes and this problem happens with no attachment or pto shaft on it
|Bob G||You may have oil on it. is the drwin hole with the cotter pin open? MIght be time to split and replace seals and clutch.
|mark sr||The old clutch on my NAA used to do the same thing. As Bob said it's oil on the clutch and as far as I know, replacement is the only fix. I did find out that dragging an implement around would get the clutch back to working in a shorter period of time.
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