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Old 07-01-2018, 11:48 PM
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Surprisingly most everyone around here thats seen it tells me they would leave as is also. Its running good. The clutch pedal doesn't want to come up to the stop, and makes a racket when first depressing the pedal.Once going, if I pull up on pedal, its quieter. Want to ride it some to see if anything else needs attention before working on clutch. I want to get a sleeve hitch and work my garden with it. I got implements. I probably want cut grass with it, but I want to get the mower workable just so I can cut if I wanted to. Larry, I'm about 40 miles south of Montgomery. Also got quiet a bit of slop in the steering wheel. Looks like someone put a bolt thru the steering arm.
Sounds like you may have a broken or missing clutch return spring and maybe a bad release bearing.. all common and easy to repair.. steering box wear is common also, but not a bad repair... I really like the 7hp tractors for utility work.. they are the smoothest running single cylinder K series. A little short on power for much heavy mowing but they do suffice. Keep us posted on your progress!
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The clutch return spring was broke and just hanging down. I replaced it but didn't help with pedal. For now I got it pulled up with a bungy cord. It makes noise the first little movement of clutch pedal. When pushed further down, not much noise. I look thru the hole where the creeper lever would be and watch driveshaft til it stops turning. Then put in gear. I been riding it around in the field just about every afternoon. Been pricing the clutch parts on here and I see to rebuild the whole clutch assembly could cost more than the tractor.
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