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 11-29-2006, 07:56 Post: 137441
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OK I have one more question about my B2150, it's the clutch. My problem is that I have to depress the clutch pedal all the way down to change gears and I still get a little grinding. Is this normal or am I doing damage. Is there any adjustment in the linkage or is it just worn out and need replacing.






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 11-29-2006, 17:52 Post: 137451
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At what point when letting up the clutch does the tractor start moving?






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 11-29-2006, 23:43 Post: 137457
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And if you grab the pedal with your hand can you move it back and forth at all? If so how much 1/2", 1" ect.






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 12-01-2006, 07:42 Post: 137492
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I'll check tonight when I get home on both the above questions. Thanks for the help great sight.






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 12-02-2006, 23:02 Post: 137526
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also check the top bolts on the bellhousing. They are under the fuel tank behind the tank mount. It they happen to work loose it affects the clutch. They go throught the mounting plate and in to the back of the motor.
If you looik under the tractor there should be a cut out that you can see how you relase shaft is moving check that the little returen spring is good Make sure you grease gun the zert so that assembly slides easy Also get in the habit of putting the tractor in 1 gear then moving to the higher gears till you get it figured out






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 12-07-2006, 07:25 Post: 137694
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I can't move the peddle back and forth at all






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It engages almost immediatly when I lift the peddle






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 12-07-2006, 07:31 Post: 137696
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To not be able to move the petal from side to side is good, it tells us you don't have a lot of hours. I do feel you need the clutch adjusted as it should not be on either end of the clutch travel.






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 12-07-2006, 07:40 Post: 137697
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OK perhaps I'm confused you say side to side I thought you meant forward and back. The tractor has 1900 hrs. but I'm the second owner so I don't know if the clutch was ever changed or adjusted.






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 12-07-2006, 19:45 Post: 137722
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I mean front to back. you should have about 3/4" of free play. If you have none you for sure need to get it adjusted.






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