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    Default 1953 Ford Naa Jubilee - Clutch slipping - Which clutch to order ? 10" or 9 " ?

    when looking to order a Clutch kit there are two options - 10" or 9" - Which should I get ?

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    Default Re: 1953 Ford Naa Jubilee - Clutch slipping - Which clutch to order ? 10" or 9 " ?

    I ALLWAYS PULL TRACTOR APART BEFORE ORDERING WHEN YOU TWO SIZES

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    Default Re: 1953 Ford Naa Jubilee - Clutch slipping - Which clutch to order ? 10" or 9 " ?

    seems like i posted a reply to this thread already?

    is this thread cross posted in mor e than one location?

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    Default Re: 1953 Ford Naa Jubilee - Clutch slipping - Which clutch to order ? 10" or 9 " ?

    I seem to remember that it could be 9 or 10 depending on man. date. I don't remember any more than that it has been 22 years ago that I sold the jubilee. As Big Boy said pull it down and see. Also don't be tempted to just replace the disk, replace it all, disk barring and p plate It is too much work to try to get by.

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    Default Re: 1953 Ford Naa Jubilee - Clutch slipping - Which clutch to order ? 10" or 9 " ?

    trany input shaft seal.. t/o bearing.. pilot.. etc.

    i know there were hd 10" clutches later on..

    mind you on a early naa.. the pilot bearing may be a bushing!

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    Default Re: 1953 Ford Naa Jubilee - Clutch slipping - Which clutch to order ? 10" or 9 " ?

    Well, I got the Jubilee split in half tonight and clutch was a 9" and it had the older bushing style - Unfortunately , the bushing got pushed forward somehow and the driveshaft wore the bushing hole way too big for a replacement bushing... I guess I am going to try to find a newer style Flywheel that will accept the newer bearing. ( unless you guys have another suggestion ? ) Tranny seal was definitely leaking as well and splashing oil up on the clutch. Posted some pics below of the process so far..


















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    Default Re: 1953 Ford Naa Jubilee - Clutch slipping - Which clutch to order ? 10" or 9 " ?

    have the flywheel machined for a bearing.. or get another. both good options.

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