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135 Clutch Guide

Posted by The 135 Webmaster on May 19, 2017

We’ve been working away over the past few weeks on a 135.  We’ve done the engine and clutch and we will also be looking at the hydraulics.

We have filmed all the work on the clutch and associated components and can now offer this video guide over at our sister site Vintage Tractor Engineer.

 

Spraying MF135 clutch with clutch cleaner

When you’re in the clutch housing and you’ve got the tractor split, it makes sense to do any other necessary work whilst you’re in there.  The input shaft seals and crankshaft seal are often found to be leaking and oil entering the clutch housing could in fact be what has caused the damage to the clutch.  We take a look at how to replace these seals as well as the shaft seals for the Multi-Power system.  These are the most common cause of lack of performance in the Multi-Power system.  It is important to know how to do these jobs to the best of our ability, as the seals can easily get damaged during installation.

Click on this link for the full information about the MF135 Clutch Guide.  It’s a 1 hour 20 min video guide, along with all the supporting information you need.

Here are a few more photos from the videos…

MF135 new clutch plate

MF135 shaft seals

Splitting the tractor

Using clutch centralising tool

Setting p.t.o. clutch on MF 135 tractor

Get the MF135 Clutch Guide Here.   It’s our most comprehensive guide yet!

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