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Ok I know its not a ford but it is a diesel.

Dose anyone here know anything about old kubota tractors?
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yea, I'm pretty sure they are orange.


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Well, its an old L305 model with the 2 stage clutch. its been sitting for about 5 years or so. I got it running and hooked the bush hog up. Now the PTO is hard to engage and dose not disengage when u mash the clutch all the way in like it used to.
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I seem to remember this things having a seperate clutch for the PTO or something. Any ideas
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there should be two covers, one on each side of the tractor. u can take them off and inspect the clutch. inside you will see grease fitting(s) on the release. give it a good shot of grease. see if that helps. if not there is a way you can adjust the realease of the PTO part of the clutch.
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I greased the throught bearing yesterday. May have helped a little. I also adjusted the main clutch linkage. as far as the release part of pto i have no idea. lol
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ok there are three adjustment bolts inside on the clutch. turn them 1 1/2 turn each, try it, if still not right adjust another 1/2 turn and try it again until its to your liking. do it little bit at a time so u dont over do it.
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Hey thanks, I'll Try that tomorrow. I knew I could get some good info on here.
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