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    Can anyone tell me how much to adjust the clutch pedel on a TN70 with the mechanical Shuttle forward/reverse with the non syncronized A/B 8x8 transmission. I am just wanting to check it.

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    I can check tomorrow or the next and let you know.

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    Default Re: New Holland TN70 2002 year

    Here is the adjustment for the main clutch and the pto clutch. -tn-clutch-jpg

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    Thanks for the information. So since this only adjust the pedal I assume the clutch is self adjusting?

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    Default Re: New Holland TN70 2002 year

    There is no real adjustment on the transmission portion of the clutch. All the cable adjustment does is raise/lower the pedal height. The throwout bearing on these tractors is contstant running and there is no freeplay.

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    Fieldman12, the clutch linkage is still a manual style, just like that with linkage, so no, it is not self adjusting. This adjustment simply assures freeplay (no pressure but the pedal on the throw out bearing) and proper pedal travel so that the clutch disengages and engages properly. The cable is good for about 3500-6500 hours before it breaks and needs to be replaced.
    The PTO adjustment copied over, but I now see it is not showing up. I will edit and add.

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    Default Re: New Holland TN70 2002 year

    Quote Originally Posted by TractorTech View Post
    Fieldman12, the clutch linkage is still a manual style, just like that with linkage, so no, it is not self adjusting. This adjustment simply assures freeplay (no pressure but the pedal on the throw out bearing) and proper pedal travel so that the clutch disengages and engages properly. .
    There is no pedal freeplay or freeplay adjustment. Harry has it right. The release bearing runs against the clutch fingers constantly regardless of pedal height. Different than what most of us are used to, but common on European designed tractors going back to the Doncaster (England) IH utility tractors. Possibly a design developed by the Luk clutch people. Pedal height is the only external adjustment.
    We have too much gun control.
    What we need is more idiot control.

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    Here is the PTO adjustment procedure. -tn-clutch0002-jpg

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