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MF-135 Splitting Problem
|Chip Geil||I had to replace my clutch/pto asm. I am having problems getting it back together after splitting it. I do have a clutch alignment tool which I have used , but I still cannot get the two halves back together. They are about 1.5" apart and dont want to force it using the bolts. Any advice would be appreciated greatly. Thanks!
|hymie2lt|| Just keep working at it.
try turning the starter ring gear on the flywheel with a screwdriver while putting a bit of pressure on it. You just need to get all the splines lined up.
Sometimes it takes quite a while.
Make sure you have the same amount of gap on the top and bottom, left and right.
|ponymare||Do what the other poster said, and sometimes it helps to get a bolt started on each side to keep the engine lined up with the clutch housing.
|Chip||Thanks Wayne, I was finally able to get it to come back together. Persistence is key in doing that , I am pretty sure. Thanks for the help!
|hymie2lt||You are very welcome
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