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Old 11-03-2014, 11:03 PM
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Clutch is back in 100. I installed the blade and push some dirt.


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70 wanted to get involved in moving dirt:


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Here some great drawings to identify the different parts of the clutch assembly:



Thanks Craig Cambell for the drawings!!!
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The material used is 1/2 X 2 inch.
The angle iron is 1 1/4 inch.
The threaded rod is 1/2 thread.
The length of the threaded rod is 18 inches.
Overall length of the frame is 22 inches.
Height is 8 inches.

The bushing that goes between the threaded rod is 4 1/2 inches long and 1 inch outside diameter. The end towards the threaded rod is 1/2 inch diameter. The ends towards the clutch assembly/driveshaft is 5/8 inch diameter. Part was made on a lathe.

Threaded rod end:
There was a 1/2 nut welded to a flat piece of steel. This nut/plate was welded to the uprights. Centerline height is 7 inches.

End that holds driveshaft in place:
Shim stock was used to get the 5/8 spacing for the drive shaft. Support piece is 6 3/4 inches.

This was built by my Son in his high school ag shop.
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