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1000 series coagar Steiger cr 1225 clutch

Hi all would any one have the info on how to the adjust the clutch on a cr 1225 out of the work shop manual and could email it to me thanks a bunch !

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Do a google search on spicer clutch adjustment and you will find a lot more than this and videos as well.


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What I find works good to measure the 1/2 inch between the release bearing and forks is a long bolt with a 1/2 inch head.

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Hi all would any one have the info on how to the adjust the clutch on a cr 1225 out of the work shop manual and could email it to me thanks a bunch !
This the odd ball model Steiger with the Allis Chalmers transmission?
I don't think those have a dry engine clutch per say.
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Going to need a little more information.
What’s it doing that you think the clutch needs adjusting?
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This the odd ball model Steiger with the Allis Chalmers transmission?
I don't think those have a dry engine clutch per say.
I'm pretty sure they are a allis trans and clutch assemblly. I remember havin one apart at jd years ago but don't remember much more then that. If its a wet clutch chances are there no adjustment.
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