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teletech
Posted 4/7/2009 23:22 (#673043)
Subject: white 2-105 clutch


Engine was leaking a little oil out of the rear main and now the clutch seems to want to slip. If the engine has quit leaking oil and i run it long enough will the clutch dry out and quit slipping?
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mf6265
Posted 4/8/2009 00:02 (#673114 - in reply to #673043)
Subject: Re: white 2-105 clutch


How did the engine quit leaking???
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teletech
Posted 4/8/2009 00:17 (#673129 - in reply to #673114)
Subject: Re: white 2-105 clutch


The last two times i ran it a little oil would run out the weep hole after i shut it off, I'm guessing was oil that was slung up into the clutch. The time when i ran it no oil leaked out when i shut it off, but the clutch seems to be slipping more now.
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Ed Winkle
Posted 4/8/2009 08:27 (#673316 - in reply to #673129)
Subject: Re: white 2-105 clutch


Martinsville, Ohio
Once those disks are wet and greasy it is hard to burn it off. The material has taken on a new consistency.

Sounds like you need to pull the engine, stop the leaks and examine to clutch to me.

Ed
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gene_champ
Posted 4/8/2009 09:23 (#673383 - in reply to #673043)
Subject: RE: white 2-105 clutch



LACONIA IOWA
i was in the dealers shop recently, and he had one apart with engine out. same issue. leaky seal and oil on clutch. prob what you are looking at. i always think about all the things that can go wrong with tractors when i go there.
good luck
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JKneese
Posted 4/8/2009 09:58 (#673413 - in reply to #673383)
Subject: Re: white 2-105 clutch



Yorktown, TX
Gonna have to pull the engine and replace the clutch. Been there and done that about 8 yrs ago. Good luck.
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davpal
Posted 4/10/2009 01:17 (#675449 - in reply to #673043)
Subject: RE: white 2-105 clutch


If it has ceramic clutch pads you should be able to spray some degreaser and powerwash the clutch and flywheel through the acess cover and it will be fine. If its organic pads it will probably want to keep slipping. Don't powerwash the throwout bearing if you can avoid it. Grease it afterwards if it has a zerk for that. Cleaning it off will defenitly help though.
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