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TO35 Step down clutch sticking
|Tigger||The step down (2 stage) clutch on my 35 has gotten to a point where I can fully depress the clutch but the tractor often times will not stop. It stops normally while under a heavier pulling load, but unload it's difficult to get it out of gear. I split the tractor a year ago to have the engine rebuilt. I replaced the throwout bearing at that time. Is there a way to grease the throwout bearing, or does the clutch need to be adjusted? If so, I assume ther tractor needs to be split to do this? Any help would be appriciated.
|GEEBEE||I will send you a diagram showing how to adjust both clutches.
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