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Randy Yuhas

07-29-2014 20:55:29
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We have an international Harvester 2400A I used it about a month ago just to pull the gravel back up the driveway worked fine.
Next time I fired it up it started rolling with the clutch depressed, so I thought the adjustment in the clutch linkage needed to be adjusted got out the manual and adjusted, still did the same thing when I started started to move forward.
So I removed inspection plate at the bottom the bell housing, pushing the clutch down and looking at all three fingers of the clutch plate it moves it away from the clutch disc.
So I tried it again did the same thing.
My question is can the clutch disc bond to the flywheel?
Because I can see the pressure plate moving away from the clutch plate.
Does anybody have an answer to this problem? Thank you

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Randy Yuhas

07-30-2014 17:50:05
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Re: Clutch in reply to Randy Yuhas, 07-29-2014 20:55:29  
I would like to say thank you to Tx Jim.
Your advice on letting the tractor warm-up work,
I thought it was warm and I tried it once it was still stuck, so I went in and worked some on the computer when I went outside and try it again it worked. If you need any advice on house plans just look me up Sierra Home Kits on the Internet and I will have be happy to help you.
Thank you again Randy

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Tx Jim

07-31-2014 04:29:03
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Re: Clutch in reply to Randy Yuhas, 07-30-2014 17:50:05  
Your welcome. I'm glad I could help. Thanks for the offer but I built my last home barring anything catastrophic back '01. I just drew the plans on a brown paper sack then my daughter used some program on computer to get measurements to correct proportion. I guess it worked as I've been living in it since then.

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Randy Yuhas

07-30-2014 08:11:02
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Re: Clutch in reply to Randy Yuhas, 07-29-2014 20:55:29  
Thank you and try that this afternoon I have to go out this morning part of the afternoon to work on a building permit.
Thank you Randy

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Tx Jim

07-30-2014 03:35:53
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Re: Clutch in reply to Randy Yuhas, 07-29-2014 20:55:29  
Yes the clutch disk can stick to flywheel. Tie/block clutch pedal down then crank engine and get it up to operating temp. to see if clutch will free up.

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