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Wisconsin TDF, need some help


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Old 12-26-2010, 11:58 PM
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Default Wisconsin TDF, need some help

Hello everyone, i have a wisconsin TFD that im currently overhauling and for some reason i cant get the oil pan off. I have removed all 10 bolts, 8 on top and 2 underneath and it still wont budge. The second problem im having is with the hand operated clutch, i removed the 4 bolts fastening it to the engine and it only pulls off about 3/8"? Anyone who may be able to help would be great. Thank you.
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Default Re: Wisconsin TDF, need some help

Hi

Do you have the manual?

You have to remove the cover on the top of the clutch housing in order to get the operating fork free from the clutch “Ball”. Once the housing is off there are a couple of bolts close to the engine that you have to remove from the clutch ”Ball” then pull it off.

I don’t have the complete manual for this engine however I do have the parts manual in a PDF file but it doesn’t show the clutch.

I do have a single cylinder repair manual that shows the clutch. If you would like I can E-Mail them to you. Use the single cylinder manual for the clutch only. I don’t think the parts for the clutch are the same either but it has a breakdown and instruction on how to remove and install the clutch.

The parts manual shows 6 short and 2 long bolts for mounting the engine base. It sounds like some one used some sort of glue or gasket sealer when it was last installed.

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