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|Bill||can anybody tell me where to find the lever adjustments or the procedure for adjusting a clutch in a 5200 series tractor thanks Bill
Did you ever find any info on adjusting the 5200 clutch? I also need to know how to adjust the clutch. I have tried to adjust the linkage at the pedal, but there still seems to be too much tension at the lever arm exiting the bell housing. Any help on the subject would be appreciated.
|scott cummings||remove the trans cover that is between your feet, when you are sitting on the tractor. four bolts, two on each side. remove cotter pin on linkage, linkage is on same side as clutch pedal, and adjust outward. you want about an inch of free travel on clutch pedal.
|Randy Wilkins||Thanks for info. First clutch adjustment on 5200