1 Lever shaft arm
5 Master clutch rod
6 Master clutch arm
3 Pins, headed (2 req'd)
7 Pins, cotter, 3/16 x 1 (2 req'd)
4 Jam nuts, hex, 3/4-10 NC (2 req'd)
Figure 57. Master clutch linkage disassembled.
(2) Disengage the forward and reverse clutch before making clutch adjustments.
(3) Turn the clutch until the adjusting lock pin (2) can be reached.
(4) Pull out the adjusting pin (2) and turn the adjusting yoke (11) clockwise 1 or 2 adjusting holes until the
operating lever engages the clutch with a distinct snap.
(5) Turn the adjusting yoke clockwise to tighten and counter clockwise to loosen the clutch adjustment.
(6) The clutch adjustment is correct when the clutch lever engages the clutch with a distinct snap.
(7) Start the engine and check the forward and reverse clutches for proper operation. If the clutches do not pull
or if they heat, slip, or jump out of engagement, they must be readjusted.
a. General. The forward and reverse shifting arm (1) and the clutch lever shaft arm (9) are connected by the long
rod (5), short rod (8), linkage bracket (6) and yokes (3). The movement-of the