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    Default 6000 Clutch problems

    Just was wondering how many people have had to replace their clutch on the Mahindra's. I have a 2002 6000 FWD, with only 189 hours.

    My clutch went out and dealer is saying around 1500-2000 to fix. Anyone know if this is in the ballpark.

    Don't think I ride the clutch so a bit concerned that its out.

    Could being out of adjustment (not having 1 inch of play) be the issue?

    thanks for any feedback
    mike

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    Default Re: 6000 Clutch problems

    Quote Originally Posted by mikewd2 View Post
    Just was wondering how many people have had to replace their clutch on the Mahindra's. I have a 2002 6000 FWD, with only 189 hours.

    My clutch went out and dealer is saying around 1500-2000 to fix. Anyone know if this is in the ballpark.

    Don't think I ride the clutch so a bit concerned that its out.

    Could being out of adjustment (not having 1 inch of play) be the issue?

    thanks for any feedback
    mike
    Are you sure your clutch is not just stuck ( rusted ) as opposed to needing replacement. If you are just not able to shift into a gear there are solutions to that .. try using the search feature at the top of the page and type in " stuck clutch " and you will find a lot of information. You might also want to post what your clutch is doing to enable others to give you better advice. What are the symptoms. ?
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    Default Re: 6000 Clutch problems

    Mine made it 900 hours. I am told the replacement is a better clutch. I think I paid $1200 parts and labor to have mine replaced.

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    Default Re: 6000 Clutch problems

    Sorry for not stating what the tractor is doing.

    When I put it it gear forward or reverse it has no power, appears the clutch is slipping. It will go, but very very slow - better in L gear, won't climb even the slightest incline.

    mike

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    Default Re: 6000 Clutch problems

    Did you try to adjust the clutch out??? And yes, just leaving you foot against the clutch pedal will put leverage against the clutch plate/flywheel. Barring adjustment (pls attempt to do so before going on...)to bring it into spec, if your dealer says $2000 to replace, you have a choice, get it fixed or do without the tractor. Sorry, but there it is. BobG in VA who also has a 2002 6000 FWD.

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    Default Re: 6000 Clutch problems

    Quote Originally Posted by mikewd2 View Post
    Just was wondering how many people have had to replace their clutch on the Mahindra's. I have a 2002 6000 FWD, with only 189 hours.

    My clutch went out and dealer is saying around 1500-2000 to fix. Anyone know if this is in the ballpark.

    Don't think I ride the clutch so a bit concerned that its out.

    Could being out of adjustment (not having 1 inch of play) be the issue?

    thanks for any feedback
    mike
    The clutch pedal should have play - absolutely. If it does not it is the same as if youre resting your foot on it. Top play decreases as a clutch wears unless there is corresponding wear [rare] in the lift mechanism/throw out bearing. An inch is nominal, but a little less is ok. If there is none you should adjust it immediately. It may not be worn out or even burnt, but you can be sure its life has been shortened.
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