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    Kubota b6200 clutch bearing

    Hello i am deciding to work on the b6200 after all. where can i get just the throw out bearing and is it easy to change? I wnat to have things lined up before teardown thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by E.J.H View Post
    Hello i am deciding to work on the b6200 after all. where can i get just the throw out bearing and is it easy to change? I wnat to have things lined up before teardown thanks!
    Rule #1 of clutch work is that you always replace everything. Bearing, pilot bushing, disc and pressure plate.
    Rule #2 of clutch work is that you always replace everything. Bearing, pilot bushing, disc and pressure plate.
    Rule #3 you don't talk about fight club.

    Google "b6200 clutch kit" and you'll find lots of places to buy the parts. There is one on eBay for $150.

    Al

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    Theres all sorts of videos on Youtube about this. Just do a search and watch away.
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    Thank you i will take your advice!
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    The reason why you replace everything is because there is so much labor involved in separating an engine from a transmission. So unless you're taking things apart because you screwed up a repair made yesterday (I once put a disc in backwards and that made the tractor pretty much useless), best practice is to replace it all and get the full lifetime out of a clutch assembly before you have to do it again.

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    Ok got it apart clutch and bearing seem to be new, but the shaft is not centered. When i pulled it out all that was holding it halfway centered was the disc. Am i missing a bushing or is the bearing to big>?



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    This has turned into a very easy job! About a .5 hrs worth of work to split. the clutch is like new and does not have a pilot bushing got one of those ordered and cant wait to put it in!
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    Quote Originally Posted by E.J.H View Post
    This has turned into a very easy job! About a .5 hrs worth of work to split. the clutch is like new and does not have a pilot bushing got one of those ordered and cant wait to put it in!
    Back in 1983, a guy GAVE me a 2 year old 12 HP Cub Cadet garden tractor, with mower and blade,,
    because it had developed a "horrible vibration",,,
    He was convinced the engine was shot,,,

    I got it home, took out the clutch, the pilot bushing was gone,,
    I guess the vibration destroyed it, once it started to wear,,
    I spent $2 for a new one, pressed it in the engine, and reassembled it,,

    That was the nicest mowing Cub Cadet I ever owned,,,

    BUT, someone with TOO much money wanted it more than me,,,,
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    Wow sounds like me but i am sure this one is rougher
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    ok so i pulled the fly wheel off and looks like it has part of a bushing still in but the pilot bushing is to small to fit in the fly wheel.Suggestions????
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