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Hooked end on broken clutch rod


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08-07-03, 04:24 AM   #1  
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My clutch rod broke in half. Have an older Noma Dynamark. It looks easy to do, has anyone replaced one???

 
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08-07-03, 08:43 PM   #2  
Hello MDJ48!

Should be simple, just pull the retaining pins and remove it, then reinstall the other in its' place.


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08-11-03, 02:52 PM   #3  
Hooked end on broken clutch rod

Have an older Noma/Dynamark tractor clutch rod broke in half. Can get one end out easily thats clipped in. The other broken half has a tiny curve to it ,having a problem getting it out of the deck part. Twisted and turned it but it seems i need more room at the bottom. Any ideas. Its attached to a part thats attached to the deck. I almost can get it but not quite. HELP ASAP

 
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08-11-03, 06:14 PM   #4  
Hello MDJ48!

I merged this thread in with your previous post. Use the reply button to keep all posts in one thread, so we can better help you.

You may need to remove the deck to get enough clearance to get the rod out. Maybe you can get enough clearance by just dropping one side or the other, but the best bet would be to just pull the whole deck out where you can work on it.


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