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Simplicy Landlord Clutch


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10-03-10, 02:19 PM   #1  
Simplicy Landlord Clutch

I have a Simplicity Landlord Tractor (1968) with a manual transmission (Model number is 1690333 2655 I cannot get the 42" deck rpms up, even though all the bearings are free and nothing appears to be dragging in the deck assembly. I think the problem is in the PTO Clutch, but I have no expertise, or a book to look at for adjustments, replacement, or service. There is a large lock nut that sits right outside an external circular part that appears to house the clutch assembly. Is that for adustment purposes, or for removal of the clutch cover or whatever?


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10-03-10, 06:32 PM   #2  
Hello WML13,

That big nut you speak of holds the "clutch plate assembly" in place, If your PTO assembly looks like the one below the only adjustment I see are nuts #18 on the engagement rod. Hopefully tightening these a little will regain clutch activation for you.

Don't know for sure it the clutch assembly is still available but here's where I found the break-down; Wise Equipment & Rental Inc | Your Shopping Cart


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10-04-10, 07:50 AM   #3  
Simplicity Landlord Clutch

This is great. Although your drawing did not identify the parts, I'm guessing that one of the parts next to the double pulley is a fiber clutch disc. I will take it apart and see now that I have the drawing. Thanks!

 
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