clutch clipping

On JD 5103 should the PTO clutch operating rod be adjusted to be longer or shorter if the internal PTO clutch is slipping?
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On 6/12/2013 6:21 PM, Frank wrote:

You may want to post this type of question on a different forum. Perhaps Garage Journal's 'Free Parking' (there are a lot of tractor people there) would be good.
But, since you asked: <bg>
1. Move PTO lever (A) to rearward (disengaged) position. 2. Remove clip pin (B) from forward end of PTO clutch rod. 3. Check for equal thread engagement at turnbuckle (G). Loosen jam nuts (F) and (C). Turn rod (D) until threads on each side of turnbuckle are equal. Tighten jam nut (F). 4. Loosen jam nut (C) from rear of front clevis (E). 5. Adjust length of arm (D) so the clip pin (B) can be inserted with the rod pulled forward and the arm pulled rearward to eliminate free play. Lengthen rod by turn of the clevis to provide PTO clutch lever free play and PTO clutch rod travel in fully engaged position to specification.
Specification PTO Clutch Lever—Free Play ........................................................ 15 mm PTO Clutch Rod (In Fully Engaged Position)—Travel................................................ 14 mm -16 mm NOTE: Adjust turnbuckle (G) if you cannot make proper adjustment with clevis.
6. Reinstall clip pin (B) in clevis (E) and arm (D). 7. Tighten jam nut (C) at clevis.
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