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1650 PTO Clutch Install Help

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01-21-2023 18:17:23

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Replacing the PTO clutch plates in my 1650 gas. When I removed the clutch discs, there was one fewer steel plate and friction disc than called for in parts book. OK, no worries, as that might have been something done by PO for some reason.

Anyway, with 6 friction discs and 5 steel plates installed as called for in parts book, I can't get the clutch lever to snap over. I can get a little bit of lever travel. I've adjusted the notched clutch collar both in and out without any luck. Pulled it all apart and put it back together with 5 friction discs and 4 steel plates. Still no luck getting the lever to snap over, although I could get more lever travel.

I'm guess I've done something to prevent the adjustment from working well and getting that lever snap. I can't imagine that you remove discs until it snaps correctly. Any thoughts?

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01-23-2023 08:28:09

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 Re: 1650 PTO Clutch Install Help in reply to Kerwin, 01-21-2023 18:17:23  
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What was it, shims?

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01-23-2023 08:42:34

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 Re: 1650 PTO Clutch Install Help in reply to J.Wondergem, 01-23-2023 08:28:09  

This post was edited by MFan on 01/23/2023 at 10:35 am.

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01-22-2023 12:41:03

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 Re: 1650 PTO Clutch Install Help in reply to Kerwin, 01-21-2023 18:17:23  
Figured it out.

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01-21-2023 22:50:52

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 Re: 1650 PTO Clutch Install Help in reply to Kerwin, 01-21-2023 18:17:23  
I checked the 1650 parts book on the AGCO website and it turns out that 5 and 4 are used for a dual speed pto clutch, which mine is. That's one mystery solved. Now to see why it's not adjusting to allow the lever to snap over center.

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