I been hoping its a one day job. Well, got the tranny pulled out and the final drives pulled off. Trade Marks and Trade Names contained and used in this Website are those of others, and are used in this Website in a descriptive sense to refer to the products of others. Our website is not just an online store. Bill, mine has the pto pulley attached to the flywheel. Any advice would be appreciated. I have a neighbour with a 154 Lo-boy that I? Now we have lots of spare parts and a complete Cub Cadet Woods mower deck.
I believe you need to unbolt and move your engine, on yours. I work it, so Im not worried about it right now. None of these trademark holders are affiliated with Yesterday's Tractor Co. I've got to get this done and loaded on a trailer by the 15th of June. This is going to be one of my 4H fair projects. It getting cold again so I don't know how much work I'll get done this week.
Eventually, I wil lrepalce it, and the steering wheel, if I can get the old on off!! Any suggestions on where to go from here? It looks like the shift rail on that side should slide out the front of the transmission, I can look through a hole that was under the clutch brake bracket and see the end of the rail. I removed the shaft to flywheel coupling and bolt, slid the shaft forward into a depression in the flywheel, removed the pressure plate bolts and clutch linkage, lifted the clutch upwards, pulled the shaft towards the back, dropped the front of the shaft below the flywheel, slid the shaft forward under the flywheel, the clutch stuff then was able to be removed from the shaft. So a few weeks ago the tractor was working fine and then started to become harder and harder to get the clutch to release. We also carry for farm tractors. It doesn't pull thru the clutch all the time and with the creeper in low it doesn't pull thru at all. We invite you to join us by subscribing to our popular blog, reading our tractor stories and enjoying some tractor trivia. Got the anti freeze drained and the radiator removed.
I'd rather play it safe now and change it out. I was thinking rather than disconnect the radiator hoses just loosen the radiator mounts and slide the radiator forward with the engine too. Problem is, the rail does not want to move. Moreover, we are in fact owners of intellectual property, property that is a valuable asset to our business. I have an older 154 that has the pulley for the pto seperate on the drive shaft. We removed the cover over the mid section and attempted to adjust the clutch and found two things.
I can do as you describe with a few differences. It is a resource and a community of people who refuse to let our agricultural heritage disappear. I do seem to lose travel in several locations, the clutch pedal pivot underneath has some play, the release fork pivot has a little, and the flywheel seems to move a little. I been hoping its a one day job. After trying several things and removing play from the linkage in several areas I? Long story short, I need to remove the R-1 shift fork from the transmission.
I'd rather play it safe now and change it out. Does not include 404666R1 Bushing or 531619R1 Bolt. That's probably the reason the clutch was so noisy. The transmission on our International 184 was shot after countless years of mowing our 36 acre factory. I have the top cover off, the clutch removed, and the bracket for the clutch brake removed. We have the parts you need to repair your tractor - the right parts.
On my 154 fel project which is on hold right now i will install the creeper with a new clutch when i pull the engine to refresh it. In doing so, no representation of affiliation, association or the like is intended, unless otherwise stated. Usually the disc hub goes to the rear unless I am having another brain cramp. I can't find any pins or clips that would be holding the rail in. Ed; Does your 154 have the pto pulley on the engine flywheel? It was really stuck on their good. I do have the bolt removed that holds the shift fork to the rail. Never got it to budge, and after I hit the threads, I left it go.
I got a list made of parts I'm gonna need and priced them from hamilton bobs. This tractor has the clutch mounted at the front of the transmission facing forwards or backwards - compared to 99. After ordering a clutch kit, new brake pucks, and surfacing the rear flywheel we put it back together and despite adjusting all the free play out the clutch absolutely will not even slip the hub of the disc is facing forward and applying the clutch brakes does nothing but burn them up and lug the engine down. I figure the flywheel needs to be resurfaced too since it has to be glazed too. The weatherman should predict the sunny days instead of focusing on the rainy days.
The spleen on the end of the driveshaft is worn beyond belief and so the shaft and clutch friction plate will have to be replaced. This manual provides detailed service information, step-by-step repair instruction and maintenance specifications for International Cub 154, 184 and 185 Lo-Boy tractor and mower. Forgot about the steering wheel, should have warned you it was going to be tuff. That was the reason I replaced the pressure plate as it seemed all the travel was being lost in the clutch finger pivots. To save some money the original rear tires will probably stay, they hold air and have tread so they'll be fine. Many thanks, Sam BarnyardEngineering Tractor Guru Joined: 23 Mar 2016 Posts: 4663 Posted: Thu Jul 05, 2018 11:03 am Post subject: Re: Cub Lo-boy 154 clutch driving me nuts. I can definatley see a new wiring harness in it's future.