STAMPED ANGLE SPRING CLUTCH
Clutches should be lubricated after adjustment and at
regular maintenance intervals. Lubricate the release
bearing with IH 251 H EP multi-purpose #2 Lithium
lubricant, or equivalent.
Some models are supplied with a sealed release bearing
These are not equipped with a lube fitting and require no
additional grease for the life of the clutch.
Greasable Type - WARNING
release bearing housing has not been, pre;
packed with grease! It-must be lubricated when
the clutch is installed in the-vehicle or premature
failure will occur.
Only high temperature greases should be used.
Chassis lube or all purpose lubricants are not
Add lubricant at each chassis lubrication period
or more often if service is extreme.
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE FOR STAMPED ANGLE-SPRING PULL CLUTCHES
Before beginning adjustments, review the conditions
required for proper clutch action.
A pull-type clutch permits use of a simple clutch brake
when used with an non-synchronized transmission. The
brake "squeeze" should begin at about 1" from the floor
board or the end of the pedal stroke
All clutches require 1 Y/" of free pedal at the top of the
pedal stroke to prevent slipping and burning Never adjust
free pedal with the linkage.
SAS - Manual
To release properly, the clutch release bearing must
move about 1/'" This occurs between the end of free
pedal travel and the brake actuation point.
For external (linkage) adjustment procedures, refer to
the Clutch Linkage Section of the Service Manual which
covers the vehicle model being serviced.
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