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    Default Cable Control

    I have a service manual book that covers both #29 and #30 cable control units. But no where in this book does it give me a dimension for the thickness of the clutch pack that would either be good or what is to thin.

    I am assuming I can take the clutches out of the side we have never used to replace the ones we use for the blade up front, correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1951D2 View Post
    I am assuming I can take the clutches out of the side we have never used to replace the ones we use for the blade up front, correct?

    Yes, I am pretty sure its been done before....

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    Default Yeppp!!!!!!

    Hi, 1951D2.
    Yepppp!!!! As drujinin said, it's bin dunn B4. Always assuming of course, that somebody has not beaten you to it and already made the switch earlier

    Also. I would not be too surprised if Old Magnet or edb or some other wonderful fount of knowledge comes along shortly to give us all the relevant stack heights.

    Just my 0.02.
    You have a wonderful day. Best wishes.

    Deas Plant.

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    Thanks guys, We will give this a try and see how it goes.

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    Default Adding In.

    Hi, 1951D2.
    When you put the other side stack in, if you find that you still have the same problem, take a disc out of the original right side stack and add it into the the stack that you switched over - or alternatively, add a disc from the left side to the right side stack to see if that cures your problem.

    I seem to remember seeing on here some time ago where somebody said that these discs are the same as the D7 3T/17A steering clutch discs - could be a clue there.

    Just my 0.02.
    You have a wonderful day. Best wishes.

    Deas Plant.

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    I believe the D6 steering clutch disks are the same as well.
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    Same discs as the D5/6/7 steering clutches. 6-discs and 7 disc assemblies.
    New stack 1.834 +/- 0.098"
    Minimum 1.438"

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    Default There you go.

    Hi, 1951D2.
    There you go, the whole package, what fits, stack heights, ebberyting. Enjoy.

    Thank you Old Magnet.

    Just my 0.02.
    You have a wonderful day. Best wishes.

    Deas Plant.

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    Thanks again guys.

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