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PTO Clutch Adjustment  
  Started at Fri Aug 1 19:39:02 2003
My grandfather has a 5245, and the PTO clutch must be out of adjustment. You can't shift the PTO when the clutch is pulled. The gears just grind. How is the PTO clutch adjusted, and how do I know if the clutch needs replacement?

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Re: PTO Clutch Adjustment  
  Reply #1 Posted at Sat Aug 2 03:35:03 2003
It's hard to tell. You will have to find out yourself where to adjust, but it can be adjusted on both ends of the lever's cable, and on the clutch itself, there is a small (8x8 cm) inspection plate on the side which can be opened to reach the clutch with a wrench. you can turn the clutch with a big tire repair spoon, through the inspection hole. please mind that they have a double clutch, so you need only half of the bolts to adjust.

Maybe the 5245 also had a clutch with diafragm spring instead of 6 or 8 pressure fingers, i was talking about 7 series clutch adjustment. I'm not sure on the 5245undecided


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Re: PTO Clutch Adjustment  
  Reply #2 Posted at Mon Aug 4 09:53:59 2003
Does the 5245 also have handoperated PTO clutch in same way as 6245?
If it has check the wire and the links, there can be rust there and then it doesn´t work properly.

 
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Re: PTO Clutch Adjustment  
  Reply #3 Posted at Mon Aug 4 11:53:32 2003
Yes i think 5245 and 6245 are identical except for the engine and front axle. (but not in all countries, in some countries teh 5245 has the same planetary front axle as the bigger UR1 models


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1973 Zetor 5718, repainted and shiny, rebuilding it bit by bit
1978 Zetor 5718, rough but full options !! (synchro box, power steering and 1000rpm PTO) wink
 
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