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wiscogus

So a new to me 3416s followed me home last weekend and I had a question regarding the clutch plates. From what I can tell, they have a consumable amount of friction material and once consumed, they are roughly $120 to replace. Is there any way to purchase a friction material off of McMaster and reline the clutch disc? Thanks! 

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wwbragg

I can't recall where I bought it but I bought a piece of brake material 3/8 x 12 x 12 to reline a cone clutch.  

No; it was 1/8.  Check this out:  https://simpletractors.com/forums/topic/59633-7119-cone-clutch/?tab=comments#comment-477002  

I still have some left.  How much do you need?

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1 hour ago, Tom45 said:

some have used a leather belt.  

I think that because it goes on the inside of the cone's circular surface,  the leather belt is used to reline the cone.  But the pivot assy better lends itself to brake material.  

https://simpletractors.com/forums/topic/60040-cone-clutch-pivot-assy-relining/?tab=comments#comment-480115

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22 minutes ago, Brettw said:

cone clutch, or front PTO?

The original question by @wiscogus was:

5 hours ago, wiscogus said:

Is there any way to purchase a friction material off of McMaster and reline the clutch disc?

 The answer is yes, you can buy friction material.  Unsure what clutch he was addressing, I provided an example of relining the mid PTO's pivot assembly. 

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wiscogus

My apologies for not responding sooner, I forgot to select notifications.,

This would be for the mid clutch that would run a tiller or run a mower deck 

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2 hours ago, wiscogus said:

the mid clutch

That's what I thought.  My references above are for the mid PTO cone clutch and pivot assembly.  You can use flat brake material to reline the pivot assy.  But the cone itself, because of the inside radius,  you need to use a more flexible material.  An old school brake shop can do it with regular brake material, but they are few and far between.  Which is why folks are using a piece of a leather belt and JB Weld.

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