Jump to content

Unofficial Home of Old Simplicity & Allis-Chalmers Garden Tractors

Sign in to follow this  
dallenx

AC 620 pto clutch drive shaft rebuild

Recommended Posts

dallenx
Has anyone rebuilt their internal drive shaft and rear clutch? The chain broke on mine and ripped the wires out of the clutch. The bearing retainer is frozen to the bearing which is frozen to the shaft.sm02 I called the local dealer and the bearing and other parts are no longer available. I'm going to try to cross-ref the bearing to maybe a Timken. Has anyone tried that before?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest
Call Brenda at Sandy Lake Implement. 724-376-2489

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
dallenx
I'll have to do some calling around I guess. I have two rear clutch shafts and both bearings are seized. The 'want' of the 60" belly mower and cheap 67' convertible mustang have been removed from my signature. They were put there as a joke because I know that I'll never find either.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
D-17_Dave
Dana, used decks are fairly common for these tractors. Lots of choices in various stages of condition. What you'll likely find are issues changing from the loader to a deck since the difficulty in changing the underframe of the loader to use a deck is so heavy and time consuming. Better of just leaving a dedicated loader tractor and getting a second for just mowing.;)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
JP
I (again) agree with Dave! You SHOULD have one 'Max' per implement! Why waste VALUABLE time foolin' around with putting on, taking off, moving implements hither & yon only to forget where the Heck Hither & yon IS! I think you should get a 720! It's the ONLY thing that would complement the 620! :D

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
dallenx
I agree. I've never had the loader off the 620 and it's not easy to plow or rototill with all that weight up front. I broke an axle shaft on the 620 so I had to take one off the Power'Max so now that ones in the barn until I can find parts. I want to set it up as the mower/tiller tractor. Finding such things around here is not that easy. It's 'green' country. Simplicity and AC never really got a foot hold here in the NW.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.
Sign in to follow this  

  • Who's Online (See full list)

    • Bill725
    • joelk
    • FloridaRich
    • PhanDad
    • NandoG
  • Today's Birthdays

    No users celebrating today
  • Recent Status Updates

    • Paul M.Murphy

      Paul M.Murphy

      Hello glad I got on this site. I hope to upload a couple of photos of my Simplicity Broadmoor 
      Model 707 Tractor. I have replaced all the belts on it and installed a new ignition switch.
      Have a mower deck which was in poor shape , repaced a couple of bushings and welded the
      deck where there was some holes. The tractor and mower deck came from a friend and the 
      mower deck metal was getting pretty thin. Some new metal was put in it and we also undercoated the underside of the deck. This was done by my friend Greg Toulman.
      I have not put the mower deck on the tractor yet, waiting for Greg to come home and give me a hand. Can you please tell me if there is a manual for the mower deck and where I could get one.
      I would also like to get some moon wheel discs as well.
      I will try and down load some photos of the tractor when my wife shows me how to. 
      I really love driving this tractor and also how well it is made compare today's tractors, especially the flexible rear end and the rollers.
      Tell the next time 
      Paul
       
      · 8 replies
    • jbrooks

      jbrooks  »  Talntedmrgreen

      Josh
       
      folowing  this from a link at the downloads.  I just rescued an AC 920 with the lambodini diesel. I can' t download  yet .  Where did you find the PDF copy you posted. . I would like to figure out how to adjust the injection pump. 
      I assume it's a bosche, correct
      · 0 replies
  • Adverts

×