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4040 CCkA Front PTO Clutch Problem

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Hello folks, In working on the below referenced flywheel problem I dissembled the front PTo CLUTCH, WHICH HAS always been noisy. It consists of (back to front) a disk which a coil, a disk of app. 1/8" steel affixed to the crank shaft, a front disk of steel connected to the front pulley which normally spins free. Apparently when electricity flows thru coil the magnetic field created pulls the front steel disk into contact with the rear disk, activating the front pto pulley. There is not non metallic material between what appear to be the clutch faces. Doesn't seem normal. Can anyone clear this up? I bet there was a roughly 1/8 inch clutch disk in there at one time; if so, where could one be found? Sorry for the length of the post, George Holmes

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George You need this It is the pow'r max repair manual [url]http://www.simplicitytechpubs.com/6767PRINT/PDF_files/TP_500_504_00_LT_SA.pdf[/url] Check with your dealer if he automaticly says not available call Sandy lakes Implement one of our sponsers listed here.

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