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C-120 PTO Clutch Re-line / Re-build

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elcamino/wheelhorse

Thanks a lot for the info . I liked you step by step instructions with photo's.:bow-blue:

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Aldon

These tutorial type threads should get pinned.

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WNYPCRepair
14 minutes ago, Aldon said:

These tutorial type threads should get pinned.

 

 

Definitely. 

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ztnoo

6 hours ago, Aldon said:

These tutorial type threads should get pinned.

 

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KC9KAS

Nice instructional post.

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pfrederi

Thank you!!!

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clip

You're the man. I'm going to be ordering supplies immediately.

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Ed Kennell

:thanks:  for becoming a supporter  and for the great instructional contribution.   Great detail and :text-coolphotos:.

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WHX??
21 minutes ago, clip said:

You're the man. I'm going to be ordering supplies immediately.

:text-yeahthat:

Yes have one to do myself and was wondering how to re-rivet it.

 

Name looks good in RED Farmer :text-thankyouyellow:  Really good pics, hopefully you can find time to do more of these.

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clip

What's the ID/OD of your clutch disc by the way?

 

Looks like Amazon sells friction material already pre-cut in discs, but price varies wildly with shipping.

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Portuguese Farmer
9 minutes ago, clip said:

What's the ID/OD of your clutch disc by the way?

 

Looks like Amazon sells friction material already pre-cut in discs, but price varies wildly with shipping.

 

6.75" OD

4.5" ID

.125" Thickness

.55 Coefficient of Friction

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TDF5G

Great tutorial and pics.  Thank you.  I've been considering doing this myself.  I had no idea what kind of adhesive to use that would hold up well.

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pfrederi

Bumping this up as it should be pinned in the instructional section

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TDF5G
4 minutes ago, pfrederi said:

Bumping this up as it should be pinned in the instructional section

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hgpsmerk

Hi. I have to do this on one of my 314-8's. Whats the best way to disassemble the hub of the PTO?

Thanks.

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The Tuul Crib

I'm about to receive a new clutch disk for my 6 inch PTO. I just ordered some new rivets from parts tree and I'm still wondering the best way to mushroom the back side of the rivets on the clutch disc. 

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glentaybow

Bom dia portuguese farmer

Are you by chance Brazilian?

Anyway, I love your how-to on the PTO clutch lining replacement.  I have a C-101 with a similar setup and I'll use the info you provided to do the work on mine.

I don't have a machine to finish the face on the pulley so I'll have to take it to a machine shop.  It's pretty rough.  Again, a great presentation.  Thanks so much for all the info.

Your talent knows no boundary!

Glenn

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little red riding horse

I will be needing to reline a centrifugal clutch on a atc soon that has 3 shoes shaped like drum brakes but smaller,  just wandering if this material would bend instead of using it flat ? The clutch shoes im needing are no longer available.... here are similar ones to mine...link  thanks !

Phil

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WHX??

I would guess that it is somewhat bendable. You may want to talk with @rmaynard and see if his brake lining might work for what you are trying to do. 

 

 

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