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#1 916hydro ONLINE  

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Posted September 19, 2017 - 01:24 AM

Found a cub low boy that needs a clutch. How bad/expensive is that job?

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Posted September 19, 2017 - 02:36 AM

Not to bad if you use aftermarket parts. Just make sure you have it apart before you order parts. There were a couple different sized Pilot bushings or bearings and throw out bearings used in the 154-185.

http://www.ebay.com/...dEAAOSwMedZdg-E

 

 

Pretty easy to change but alot of fiddling around to get everything adjusted.

 

Only video I could find of a clutch replacement.

 


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Posted September 19, 2017 - 07:20 AM

Will need the stands to split it it.  One on each end.  Usually the front is stationary and the rear has wheels, to roll it back to remove parts and forward together again. These usually bolt to the side of the frame and need the individual legs adjustable.  This needs to be done on concrete.



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Posted September 19, 2017 - 11:38 AM

Will need the stands to split it it.  One on each end.  Usually the front is stationary and the rear has wheels, to roll it back to remove parts and forward together again. These usually bolt to the side of the frame and need the individual legs adjustable.  This needs to be done on concrete.

Actually the 154-185 Cubs are built like the Cub gts.  Just need to take the center cover off to get at it.  Like EricFromPa said pretty easy to get at and apart but its a royal pain to get it adjusted and make work right






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