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Default A new what are they?

we found these. the material looks like clutch material.
anyone know what they are and what they fit?
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Default Re: A new what are they?

That's exactly what they are. These clutch facings are used in Twin Disc units found on some Huber and other tractors. As to what specific tractor they fit, you would need to find a jobber parts catalog to cross check application as different sizes are used in the various applications.
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Twin Disc is correct, they were also used on oilfield pumping engines to engage/disengage the PTO, by means of a lever that cammed over, in and out.
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Default Re: A new what are they?

I found a list of them and this number refered to a International
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Al so used in older drill rigs and trenchers.
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And similar to steering clutch packs in pe-hydrostatic track machines.
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looks like the steering clutches in my dozer.
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