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|David Kern||Any Ideas?
A loud rattling sound from the bell housing that stops as soon as light pressure is put on the clutch pedal. The clutch does not need to be engaged enough to even slightly disengage the traction disk (dual stage clutch), to stop the noise. If the linkage plate (perpendicular) that connects to the throwout bearing yoke bar, is pressed on, it also stops making the noise. The tractor has been dissembled, the pressure plates, and disks look good, the throw out bearing is a little dry but not enough to cause the noise.
|Henry||Sounds like the throwout bearing or a linkage rattling.