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How to free stuck tractor clutch

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grfarmer
Join Date: Aug 2011
Posts: 3 Ferndale, WA
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2011-08-06          179698


Worked fine. Has sat a bit. Not many hours on tractor


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auerbach
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2011-08-07          179703


I know nothing about NHs but Yanmars come with a clip on the pedal for holding it down if it sits for a week or more -- to prevent rust from locking at the throwout bearing or flywheel. One way to free it is to bump the tractor, as by towing it along a rough road or running it into a wall or tree.

I hope you can find what's recommended for yours. Some tractors have access ports to free the mechanism. The alternative generally requires splitting the tractor. ....

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grfarmer
Join Date: Aug 2011
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2011-08-07          179707


Thanks... It worked... I bumped a tree...also let it run for awhile with the pedal down... but it wasn't unitil I tapped the tree.

Yes! ....

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