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clutch problem on 7016H

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the clutch making noise when engaging and while running. took belt off of deck and it didn't seem to make a difference, maybe it would under a load mowing. are these servicable and what kind of a job is it to rebuild/repair any help would be great. thanks, joel

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Hi Joel, Do not run your tractor anymore. The problem is most likely that the bearing inside the pulley sheave is bad. If you run it, the shaft in your bvb can be damaged. The bearing on the clutch side of the bvb is a dual purpose bearing. The roller portion of the bearing takes care of the rotational part of the movement. Inside the roller bearing is a sleave bearing that allows the rotational bearing to slide back and forth on the shaft. This can become worn and allow the pulley assembly to wobble. The bearing is replacable so do not worry. Make sure the shaft is smooth before installing a new bearing. Now, ifit is the front clutch, and the bearing is bad, you can also replace that. These are the numbers off of the MRC box we use to replace that bearing. 107kszz h504 Steel c-3 abec-1 Hope this helps. Neal Pierce

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