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john deere clutch

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declid
Join Date: Oct 2009
Posts: 6 davie,fl
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2011-04-14          177963


hi guys, looking for the tread size to make tool to pull the clutch, torque converter , on a gator with kawi engine 4/2

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Join Date: Apr 2011
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2011-04-16          177990


I strongly suggest to buy the proper tool from JD or take the engine to a dealer and have them remove the clutch. The JD tool is made of hardened steel, any home-made tool could bend and or get stuck causing more expenses. ....

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declid
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2011-04-18          178040


i would not take some thing to john deere, every other make u can get answers to, except JOHNDEERE, i found the bolt size, screwed it in ,one tape from the hammer, it popped right off, the bolt needed is a 9/16 sae thread, tom, davie ,fl ....

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Join Date: May 2011
Posts: 3 Ontario
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2011-05-02          178291


declid:
Could you provide more detail on the bolt you used to pull the clutch off with? I assume it was 9/16 sae fine thread? What length of bolt? Did you use an additional smaller bolt as a spacer if the threads were too short on the 9/16 bolt?
Steve ....

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Join Date: Jun 2011
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2011-06-12          178969


HI Declid I am with you, I was given a JD Gator and I can not get Enything out of JD except inflated Prices There is a lot one can do without going to JD, You can rent the tool I think Once I sell My JD gator I will not go with JD again, I have asked for help several times from JD with no responce except Take it to a dealer ....

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Join Date: Jun 2011
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2011-06-13          178979


I'm curious how you make out with the R&R of the clutch, in case I have to remove mine. I'm fortunate, a few of my neighbors work at the local JD dealership.. ....

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2011-06-13          178982


I used a neighbours 9/16 fine thread bolt about 2 or 3 inches long as well as cutting an inch off the original bolt that holds the clutch on and cut a slot in the end for a screwdriver in case bolt did not turn out easily. So I used the 9/16 bolt to turn against the shortened bolt and tightened, then a hit with the hammer and off it came. I then went and bought a replacement bolt to hold the clutch on at a bolt supply business.

Steve ....

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