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Shibaura Tractor SD2543 clutch pack mounting torque

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gregandteri
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2014-03-16          189585


I have a shibaura sd2643 i am attempting to mount the duel clutch pack after replacing the clutch and pto disks.

Evidently, after snapping a bolt at 30ft pounds, i realized i better ask. NOTE: the disc pack assembly was not in solid contact with the flywheel when it snapped. and the none of the mounting bolts were seated completely.

what is the torque for these mounting bolts?
what is the tightening procedure?


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jobone
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2014-03-20          189661


I take it you were using a torque wrench to know the 30 foot pounds?

I am going to probably have the lone opinion on this one but I do not use a torque wrench often, particularly on applications where the bolt is small enough to snap. It also causes you too use a tool that makes you lose perspective of what is reasonable. OK engineers have at me !

It sounds like the threads were crossed, rusted dirty .....

One of the auto stores has a kit you can borrow with a deposit for free that allow you to clean the threads.

In regards to a pattern I just hand thread, then just gradually tighten every other bolt :( ....

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